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The Rolling Stones

Let It Loose

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  • Blues
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“Let It Loose” is a song by The Rolling Stones which was released on their 1972 double album Exile on Main St., and is the last song on side three. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, “Let It Loose” is an emotional gospel-blues ballad with a fervent religious feeling, the song being one of the band’s prominent forays into soul and gospel during the Exile era after Jagger had attended the services of the Reverend James Cleveland and remained deeply impressed by the singing of the gospel choir. Recording began in December 1971 and continued through March 1972, with some recording taking place at Nellcôte using the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio. With Jagger on lead vocals, backing vocals are provided by Tami Lynn, Dr. John (who also plays piano on the song), Clydie King,... Read on...

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