2 Replies to “Speaking Of Things That Haven’t Aged Well”

  1. In my opinion, this phase of the Stones is part of why punk became necessary. Like many other once great 60’s and early 70’s bands, they’d become bloated and lethargic by ’75-’76. Then in ’76-’77 emerged the first wave of punks, who often mocked the Stones as has-beens. I think that stung them into action. By ’78 Keef had kicked the junk, and they came out with the more energetic and stripped-down Some Girls. I saw them in both ’75 and ’78, and they were far better in ’78.

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