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On his first solo album in 23 years, the Stones legend returns to the classics—folk-blues, soul, rock ‘n’ roll, and reggae—carving handsome riffs from the styles that inspired him to pick up a guitar. It’s a relaxed, T-shirt and jeans affair. Keith plays with freedom and feeling, while singing with gruff authenticity. Norah Jones pops by for a duet on “Illusion”—their vocal interplay must be heard. Covers of Lead Belly (“Goodnight Irene”) and Gregory Isaacs (“Love Is Overdue”) extend the appreciative arm of thanks, revealing a deep respect and admiration that can be felt beyond the last strum.

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The old fire still burns

It takes a 70+ year old guy to make a real, good rock album. There is no new band that can make and record music like that.
Music is by far the art form that has suffered the most from nowadays' social structure and the Internet world. Everyone wants to score high and make a million before they mature into something. No time to learn and grow. Everything has to sound and look perfect. So, it takes the likes of Richards, Weller and Morrissey to save whatever is still possible and please our ears while actually saying something. Bravo Keith.

a mishmash of rubbish

I think Keith said it best. This album is a "mishmash of rubbish, kind of like Satanic Majesties." There are a couple of good songs, but the rest sound like outtakes that didn't make the cut on previous Winos albums. Still, Keith's rubbish is better than most of what passes today for rock and roll.

weak attempt

We know the Stones left it all back in 1965-1972..since the golden age it's all rehashed.

Trouble sounds like a 80,s Stones outtake but it's listenable enough.

Talk is Cheap was good,,Main Offender was one long jam and bored the daylight outta me.

We will see what a legend has soon.

Biography

Born: December 18, 1943 in Dartford, Kent, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

He's acknowledged as perhaps the greatest rhythm guitarist in rock & roll, but Keith Richards is even more legendary for his near-miraculous ability to survive the most debauched excesses of the rock & roll lifestyle. His prodigious consumption of drugs and alcohol has been well documented, and would likely have destroyed anyone with a less amazing endurance level. On-stage with the Rolling Stones, he epitomized guitar-hero cool as the quiet, stoic alter ego to Mick Jagger's extroverted frontman,...
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