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Rolling Stones - Hot Stuff - Fool To Cry - Funky Rock Brks 7" 45
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Rolling Stones - Hot Stuff




Label: Rolling Stones Records

Catalog#: S 19304

Format: Vinyl, 7", Single
Record is VG++
Label has 2 inches handwriting


Country: Canada

Released: 1976

Genre: Rock

Style: Rock & Roll




Tracklist


A Hot Stuff
5:21


B Fool To Cry
5:03



Producer – Glimmer Twins, The
Written-By – Keith Richard & Mick Jagger




Rolling Stones - Hot Stuff - Live '76 Paris

Ronnie sounds wicked. I wish he'd play his Zemaitis today and solo like he did when he joined the band.
Good, funky sound too.


This product was added to our catalog on Monday 11 July, 2011.

 
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