The Rolling Stones - Turd On The Run (Song)
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  • Jagger’s vocal melody fits very nicely with the blues-rock rhythm underneath him and he also seems to be putting a lot of energy and effort into his delivery as well which is always a nice thing to hear from the singer as it always ends up giving the final product a better sound and Jagger sounds great throughout the song in my opinion
  • I'll admit that this certainly isn't one of the best songs done By The Rolling Stones and you certainly shouldn't listen to it if you're really just looking for a very well developed and impressively written song


    • by Grimmy101
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      Turd On The Run is a song by The Rolling Stones which appears on their record Exile On Main Street. The song starts off with a piano bit accompanied by a harmonica lead over it which gives the track somewhat of a blues sound but it also has a nice alive feel because the tempo os fairly quick.

      Jagger’s vocal melody fits very nicely with the blues-rock rhythm underneath him and he also seems to be putting


      a lot of energy and effort into his delivery as well which is always a nice thing to hear from the singer as it always ends up giving the final product a better sound and Jagger sounds great throughout the song in my opinion.

      Although the track is primarily just this quick blues-inspired song, I can’t help but enjoy the track because of the apparent energy that The Rolling Stones have throughout the song.

      The energy in ...


      • Jagger’s voice is undeniable and the music moves at just the right tempo to carry the right amount of energy and not drag on throughout the song.

        Although no part highly impresses me all that much, the track moves very nicely as a whole and the energy is what really carries this song.

        The track is only two and a half minutes long so there really isn’t much attention to not at least give this song a

        chance, I really don’t think it’s a track that’ll disappoint to be honest for that matter anyway.

        I’ll admit that this certainly isn’t one of the best songs done By The Rolling Stones and you certainly shouldn’t listen to it if you’re really just looking for a very well developed and impressively written song.

        However, if you’re looking for a song which has great flow and just a very good energy throughout, this would be a good choice.




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