The Rolling Stones
Exile on Main Street
“Exile on Main Street” was actually cut at four different studios, one of which was in the basement of Keith Richard’s rental house, Villa Nellcote, in the south of France. Recorded during the blistering summer of 1971 in Villefranche-sur-Mer, “Exile” is classic, down and dirty Stones. Just listen to “Ventilator Blues” or “Casino Boogie” and you can practically feel the sweat dripping off the walls. Today fans can find Villa Nellcote easily enough, but will have to settle for a photo by the front gate. It’s not possible to enter the grounds.
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Bono, lead singer of the mega-super-group U2, has quite a connection to the south of France. He owns a house on a small strip of beach Continue reading