HISTORY – 15 May 1976 – THE ROLLING STONES Top US Charts With Reggae LP ‘BLACK AND BLUE’…

15 May 2019

THE ROLLING STONES topped the US albums chart today 43 years ago, on 15 May 1976 with their 13th album ‘BLACK AND BLUE’. It was their first longplayer with Ronnie Wood replacing Mick Taylor who left late 1974. To Turn Up The Volume’s ears this was/is The Stones‘ reggae album, their Piña Colada album, their feel-good summer album. No special effects, just a bunch of fun songs you love to play on a hot day.

Turn Op The Volume‘s highlights

– HOT STUFF –

– HEY NEGRITA –

– FOOL TO CRY –

– CHERRY OH BABY –

Album in full…

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THE ROLLING STONES: Website – Facebook – All Albums

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