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Solo Piano: Rolling Stones' Exile on Main St.

Eric Carlton

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1
Rocks Off
Eric Carlton
4:17
2
Rip This Joint
Eric Carlton
2:23
3
Shake Your Hips
Eric Carlton
2:20
4
Casino Boogie
Eric Carlton
2:37
5
Tumbling Dice
Eric Carlton
2:48
6
Sweet Virginia
Eric Carlton
2:41
7
Torn and Frayed
Eric Carlton
2:29
8
Sweet Black Angel
Eric Carlton
2:16
9
Loving Cup
Eric Carlton
3:48
10
Happy
Eric Carlton
2:15
11
Turd on the Run
Eric Carlton
1:26
12
Ventilator Blues
Eric Carlton
2:51
13
I Just Want to See His Face
Eric Carlton
2:26
14
Let It Loose
Eric Carlton
3:40
15
All Down the Line
Eric Carlton
2:55
16
Stop Breaking Down
Eric Carlton
2:29
17
Shine a Light
Eric Carlton
4:00
18
Soul Survivor
Eric Carlton
2:51
Total Playing Time    50:32
Pianist Eric Carlton adapts Exile on Main St., The Rolling Stones album that critics have hailed as the band's best work. This solo piano rendition of the classic record lends a new approach to fan favourites like Tumbling Dice and Happy.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Solo Sounds Studio Masters

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