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August 31, 1973: the Rolling Stones release “Goat’s Head Soup”, which like their previous album, “Exile on Main St.”, was recorded outside o

August 31, 1973: the Rolling Stones release “Goat’s Head Soup”, which like their previous album, “Exile on Main St.”, was recorded outside of the U.K. due to tax issues. It would be another commercial and critical success for Mick & the gang, going to #1 in several countries.

Rolling Stones—“Angie”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcZn2-bGXqQ

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