Mick Jagger’s four solo albums have been remastered for a vinyl release in December.
Jagger’s four albums were:
She’s The Boss (1985)
Primitive Cool (1987)
Wandering Spirit (1993)
Goddess In The Doorway (2001)
Jagger started his solo outing after the release of The Rolling Stones 1983 album ‘Undercover’. That pissed Keith Richards off to no end, considering Mick had signed a solo deal with Columbia Records without telling the band.
The Stones recorded the ill-fated ‘Dirty Work’ soon after ‘She’s The Boss’, then Mick quickly followed with his next solo album ‘Primitive Cool’. The Rolling Stones regrouped in 1989 for ‘Steel Wheels’ then Mick put out ‘Wandering Spirit’ in 1993 before The Stones ‘Voodoo Lounge’ in 1994.
The Stones released ‘Bridges To Babylon’ in 1997. Mick’s ‘Goddess In The Doorway’ came out in 2001 then The Stones returned with ‘A Bigger Bang’ in 2005.
Meantime, Keith Richards’ has given us three solo tastings with ‘Talk Is Cheap’ (1988), ‘Main Offender’ (1992) and ‘Crosseyed Heart’ (2015).
Mick’s quartet of albums were cut from a new half-speed remaster by celebrated engineer Miles Showell at London’s Abbey Road Studios. Each album is presented with replicas of the original LP packaging, and features a download card and printed inner sleeve with lyrics.