Good Time Women

Album: Exile on Main St. (2010 re-release) (2010)
  • This is one of ten tracks pulled from the Rolling Stones' archives and released by the band on the 2010 update of their 1972 album, Exile on Main St.. Keith Richards told The Sunday Times May 9, 2010 that listening to this 38 years later he realised it was the precursor of what became Exile's big hit single. "Suddenly, I realised it was Tumbling Dice," Richards said. "Some songs, you have the basics, but it's not really formed yet. You just wait for that day where suddenly it's like it's been there for ever."

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