Download links and information about Vintage Vinos by Keith Richards. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:03:45 minutes.
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|1.||Take It So Hard||3:16|
|3.||You Don't Move Me||4:50|
|5.||Make No Mistake||4:55|
|6.||Too Rude (featuring The X-Pensive Winos)||7:46|
|7.||Time Is On My Side (featuring The X-Pensive Winos)||4:26|
|8.||Happy (featuring The X-Pensive Winos)||7:08|
|9.||Connection (featuring The X-Pensive Winos)||2:32|
|10.||Wicked As It Seems||4:45|
|12.||Hate It When You Leave||4:58|
|14.||Hurricane (featuring Rolling Stones)||1:25|
Vintage Vinos was released as a companion to Life, Keith’s Richards’ 2010 autobiography. Compiled from his three solo albums, it opens with “Take It So Hard” from 1988’s Talk Is Cheap sounding like Keith wasn’t quite finished exploring the trail blazed on Exile On Main St. — though he’s backed by the X-Pensive Winos here, who play more like the Faces than the Stones. Purportedly “You Don’t Move Me” was a pointed jab at Mick Jagger, so it makes perfect sense for the tune to appear here since passages of Keith’s book make light of Mick’s social gallivanting. The reggae infused “Too Rude” gives the X-Pensive Winos plenty of room to explore, making for a tune that would sit perfectly next to Seed Of Memory-era Terry Reid on a mix. But the song also shows that where others may have relied on studio hands, Richards actually assembled a band and hashed-out the arrangements to develop an honest chemistry. Hearing them play Stones’ staples “Time Is On My Side” and “Happy” reveals Keith’s more rootsy approach.