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  • TheBullfrog

    Keep on rolling! www.jackybullfrog.com

    June 2014
  • rocknut1951

    Bet this is good live on stage.

    November 2013
  • NevSwales

    Just HAS to have been a major influence on Dr Feelgood's style of driving rythms??

    July 2013
  • El_Salvador7

    this guitar is killing me...it's great!

    June 2013
  • ecky53

    da klopft das herz hart

    May 2013
  • Kealyboy

    Do the hip shake babe

    April 2013
  • Dashmag

    So good

    March 2013
  • MrMojo17

    Exile on main street: The best Stones album ever...

    February 2013
  • Drazba

    la grange

    January 2013
  • Ezekiel22


    December 2012
  • Tron1276


    December 2012
  • oldiesfanjohn

    Slim Whitman does a fine version of this,too..Remember years ago the commercial that said he sold more records than The Beatles?

    September 2012
  • BlueOclock

    It's a Slim Harpo song, and the Stones do a superb job with it!

    May 2012

    "john lee hooker? bo diddley?" <- Seconded

    April 2012
  • DavidSmith98

    john lee hooker? bo didley?

    April 2012
  • Roy1968Wood

    The Rolling Stones loving tribute to the great Slim Harpo

    February 2012
  • xtwntraphq

    ZZ Top :)

    January 2012
  • gdcman

    A-how how how how. Billy Gibbons may have heard this song.

    October 2011
  • HorstKrannich

    +++ super +++

    October 2011


    June 2011
  • hawaiixiaowa

    i like the style

    April 2011
  • algenon50

    great (2)

    April 2011
  • beanismine


    March 2011
  • ShizooCandy

    Masterpiece [2] well...i LUV this song.

    February 2011
  • rewixas


    December 2010
  • issueman

    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.

    December 2010
  • kato1984

    One of The Rolling Stones worst songs.

    December 2010
  • uhartung

    sau stark

    November 2010
  • algenon50

    great track from this great cd...& then you get casino boogie.....it never dies......love it !

    November 2010
  • jammyofstafford

    It must be wisdom coming with my old age lol as i,m really starting to dig the stones

    November 2010
  • kikikirsche


    November 2010
  • RoomForSymmetry

    I'll never listen to "La Grange" the same way again...love ZZ but the Stones do it a million times better!

    September 2010
  • davidbowiegirl

    Great song

    July 2010
  • Mr_Romeo

    ZZ Top

    July 2010
  • godonnygo

    Jagger does the best southern US accent, hard to believe he's British

    June 2010
  • hualon

    God bless atheism!

    January 2010
  • carlbenno

    Don`t move your lips - shake your what .... ?

    January 2010
  • rockerchick45

    Shake it, Baby!!!....but dont break it!!

    January 2010
  • stlthbmr

    Just think about all the excellent music that the Stones have provided us. It's absolutey fucking amazing.

    December 2009
  • mrdrawing

    An all time great group

    November 2009
  • grtwyt

    THE blues baby

    September 2009
  • mathman47

    Bluesy enough?

    July 2009
  • proheel

    love this tune

    June 2009
  • tayzertoby

    os melhores...

    May 2009
  • eymensg

    like this doubl- Lp quite most

    February 2009
  • spigelwii

    Wow, who would have thought that such a great southern rock riff would have come from the Rolling Stones? Not I.

    September 2008
  • Julian-Thome

    Check out I'm A Wicked Man

    September 2008
  • GucciPiggy90

    I can also hear the White Stripes "Rag & Bone" in this song.

    May 2008
  • ghostlectricity

    Sorry, I meant Slim Harpo, not Harper. I think he wrote this song.

    February 2008
  • ghostlectricity

    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.

    February 2008