Album: Emotional Rescue
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Emotional Rescue came out just a couple of weeks after I graduated from high school, but unlike its predecessor, it didn’t really dominate the summer, despite being an even more eclectic set of songs in the manner of Black and Blue. Apart from the straight-ahead rockers, the Stones tackled disco with “Emotional Rescue,” which made it to #3 but never did anything for me & “Dance (Pt. 1)” which is fine, but completely overshadowed by its sister “If I Was a Dancer (Dance Pt 2)”; reggae (the silly “Send it To Me”); slow blues (“Down in the Hole”) and two of the most tepid ballads they’d yet recorded in “Indian Girl” and “All About You.”