Mick Jagger
Goddess In The Doorway =2xLP=

  2 x LP   150grs   33⅓rpm   

2019 EU reissue on 2LP half speed remastered =Goddess In The Doorway is the fourth solo album by The Rolling Stones frontman, Mick Jagger. Released in 2001 and featuring guest musicians such as Lenny Kravitz, Wyclef Jean, and Rob Thomas. It features the s

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Release date 06-12-2019 (originally released in 2001)

2019 EU reissue on HQ VINYL 2LP half speed remastered =Goddess In The Doorway is the fourth solo album by The Rolling Stones frontman, Mick Jagger. Released in 2001 and featuring guest musicians such as Lenny Kravitz, Wyclef Jean, and Rob Thomas. It features the singles, God Gave Me Everything, and Visions of Paradise. The album has been cut from a new Half-Speed Remaster by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios and presented in replicas of the original LP packaging & printed inner sleeves.

Tracks:
LP1:
A1 Vision Of Paradise
A2 Joy
A3 Dancing In The Starlight

B1 God Gave Me Everything
B2 Hide Away
B3 Don't Call Me Up
LP2:
C1 Goddess In The Doorway
C2 Lucky Day
C3 Everybody Getting High

D1 Gun
D2 Too Far Gone
D3 Brand New Set Of Rules

Bootleg-savvy Stones fans understand why Mick Jagger's solo albums tend to be curiously pop-precious and testosterone-challenged; if Keith Richards had his druthers, we'd likely have Exile on Main Street Vol. XI by now. Indeed, given Jagger's decades-old rep as the most virile dinosaur of the herd, it can be jarring to have the Vulnerable Mick ponder "Wonder if you catch my mood / Can you feel my solitude?" as the strings well on this album's "Don't Call Me Up." But then, being a caricature so large (and ludicrous) can drive an artist to do desperate things, like sewing his heart firmly to his sleeve in a quest for Truth. Infused with a welcome sense of renewed musical adventure on tracks like the jangly, alterna-nervous Lenny Kravitz collaboration, "God Gave Me Everything," the East-West fusion of the title track, and the modern techno-murk of "Gun" (both cowritten with coproducer Matt Clifford), the icon seems finally to have found a solo persona that fits: Spiritually Awakened World-Weary Rebel. There's even a devoutly uplifting, Pete Townshend-backed duet with Bono ("Joy") that among other things, makes the U2 singer's reservations at Jurassic Park all but official. Still, it's hard to teach an old cur new licks; the best here is undercut by genuflections to chart-conscious predictability (the Rob Thomas collaboration "Visions of Paradise") and hoary-ironic arena-ready sentiments like "Everybody Getting High" (with guest guitar deity/substance abuse expert Joe Perry) that Keith Richards must understand all to well. --Jerry McCulley

 

music: 03music
Discs: 2
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 150grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Universal
Originally released: 2001
This release: 2019
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