Fifteen years later, seeing how they airbrushed Bill Wyman out of that picture still pisses me off! "Shattered" I can take or leave- I admit I like it more as the opening track on Sucking In The Seventies than as the closing track on Some Girls, if that makes any sense. "Everything Is Turning To Gold", on the other hand, is not only one of my favourite Stones songs period, but IMO it's their best non-album B side. Should have been on Some Girls in place of, say, "Lies". Say what you will about "Emotional Rescue"...for my money, Ron Wood's bass part makes the song and is IMO his single greatest contribution to a Stones song. Jagger's falsetto and spoken word pretensions are pretty ridiculous, though "Down In The Hole" is one of the finest examples of the Richards/Wood guitar "weave" I can think of. Ron on the left, Keith on the right- listen to how they play off of one another...beautiful! I think it's Jagger on electric piano, Nicky on regular piano. I'm not sure if Keith plays on "Emotional Rescue" at all; as I recall he wasn't a big fan of the song to begin with. I may yet do an Emotional Rescue song-by-song thread some day, so don't say I didn't warn y'all!