Classic Vinyl Listening Club- The Rolling Stones Aftermath
Following in the footsteps of our hit Fall event- The Vintage & Vinyl Listening Club-
writer Steve Morse returns to the Hall for a vinyl listening event featuring the
Rolling Stones classic 1966 album Aftermath. Joining Steve is Boston deejay John Laurenti.
"The Rolling Stones have made countless albums, but to me the very best is 'Aftermath' from 1966. It's the crowning achievement of Brian Jones's work with the band, as he not only plays guitar but also sitar, hammered dulcimer, mandolin and vibes for otherworldly effects. It's a psychedelic classic with memorable tunes such as 'Paint It, Black,' 'Lady Jane' and 'Under My Thumb,' but also underappreciated nuggets like 'Flight 505,' 'High and Dry,' and 'It's not Easy.' Plus, there's the 11-minute space odyssey of 'Goin' Home,' a tale of seduction with Mick Jagger in full flight. Some Stones fans point to the later 'Exile on Main St.' as their best album, but I'll take 'Aftermath.' I'm looking forward to hearing it again and talking about it."
-- STEVE MORSE
wine and beer available.
The Dance Hall (View)
7 Walker St
Kittery, ME 03904
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