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Bet this is good live on stage.
Just HAS to have been a major influence on Dr Feelgood's style of driving rythms??
this guitar is killing me...it's great!
da klopft das herz hart
Do the hip shake babe
Exile on main street: The best Stones album ever...
Slim Whitman does a fine version of this,too..Remember years ago the commercial that said he sold more records than The Beatles?
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"john lee hooker? bo diddley?" <- Seconded
john lee hooker? bo didley?
The Rolling Stones loving tribute to the great Slim Harpo
ZZ Top :)
A-how how how how. Billy Gibbons may have heard this song.
+++ super +++
i like the style
Masterpiece  well...i LUV this song.
Robert Randolph and the Family Band covers this superbly !
I dig how the Stones roots were in trying to be gritty like the traditional american blues they grew up on.
One of The Rolling Stones worst songs.
great track from this great cd...& then you get casino boogie.....it never dies......love it !
It must be wisdom coming with my old age lol as i,m really starting to dig the stones
I'll never listen to "La Grange" the same way again...love ZZ but the Stones do it a million times better!
Jagger does the best southern US accent, hard to believe he's British
God bless atheism!
Don`t move your lips - shake your what .... ?
Shake it, Baby!!!....but dont break it!!
Just think about all the excellent music that the Stones have provided us. It's absolutey fucking amazing.
An all time great group
THE blues baby
love this tune
like this doubl- Lp quite most
Wow, who would have thought that such a great southern rock riff would have come from the Rolling Stones? Not I.
Check out [track artist=Eric Burdon]I'm A Wicked Man[/track]
I can also hear the White Stripes "Rag & Bone" in this song.
Sorry, I meant Slim Harpo, not Harper. I think he wrote this song.
La Grange riff was derived from the late great J L Hooker (1917?-2001). This also sounds like Slim Harper, a favorite of Jagger, Richards, and Jones in the early '60s.
Its a fairly generic blues riff. But both this and La Grange really make the most of it.