by Well Disguised
October 6, 2020 4:00 pm
Well Disguised aspires to be a thinking man’s podcast about rock music, specifically the rock considered lowbrow by those who are “better.” It’s for those who believe Jimmy Page is the true King of Rock and Roll and who laughed when David Lee Roth said “rock critics like Elvis Costello because rock critics look like Elvis Costello.” If you have grown up, but don’t have loud guitar out of your system, then you are of our kind.
Few would seriously debate that “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll” is not one of the very best albums by the Rolling Stones, but it’s still an interesting record to discuss for at least two reasons. One, it marked a turning point in the band, being the final album with Mick Taylor and the first produced by the Glimmer Twins. Also though…is a “mediocre” Stones album really mediocre?
Sorry Charlie and Bill. Should have talked about you more, even though Bill didn’t play on nearly all of it.
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