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This month is the Turkey holiday of Thanksgiving. While many people will be thinking of three big Fs - food, family and football - this year's Thanksgiving should make people think about one other thing: music.
VH1, VH1 Classic, and Palladia are collaborating to put on three different music specials on three different days during Thanksgiving week highlighting the best of the legendary The Rolling Stones. Two initial world television premiere documentaries will lead up to a third premiere of "VH1 Rock Doc: Shine A Light."
On Wednesday, Nov. 24th, VH1 Classic will show the pivotal documentary "Let's Spend the Night Together," the acclaimed film directed by Hal Ashby. The documentary shows a performance from the Stones' 1981 tour, including performances of classics from their album "Some Girls," including "Just My Imagination," "Beast of Burden" and "Some Girls."
The next day, Thanksgiving, VH1 Classic and Palladia will show "Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones. »
If you have seen Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the rest of the Rolling Stones hanging around a lot lately, it's because they are celebrating the release of a remastered anniversary edition of their classic 1972 album Exile on Main St. (which hits store shelves today). The newly remastered version features a second disc of songs, all 10 of which have been previously unreleased and were from the same sessions that yielded Exile on Main St.
Here's the thing about Exile on Main St.: While it's an excellent album and contains some of the band's signature hits ("Tumbling Dice," "Loving Cup," "Shine a Light") and some excellent deep cuts ("Rip This Joint," "Casino Boogie"), it's profoundly overrated — especially in the context of the rest of the Stones' catalog. It's way too long and bloated in places, and the stuff at the back end seems a little perfunctory (especially "Let It Loose »
- Kyle Anderson
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