'60s icon Marianne Faithfull released her commercial album Dangerous Acquaintances in 1981. The album, whose title refers to the French novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses
contains amongst others the song "For Beauty's Sake", which she
co-wrote with Steve Winwood. She moved back to the mainstream rock
territory and released some incredible tracks, like “Truth, Bitter
Truth” and “So Sad”.
There are few people who can say they were
discovered by The Rolling Stones, had a relationship with Mick Jagger,
had several songs either inspired by or written about her, such as "You
Can't Always Get What You Want" and "Wild Horses" by the Rolling Stones
and "Carrie Anne" by the Hollies. On top of that have overcome some
serious drug addictions. And despite - or maybe thanks to the fact -
that she has an impressive body of work, it's never quite clear what Ms
Faithfull's roots are or what she's going to do next.
Dangerous Acquaintances is available as a limited edition of 1.000 individually numbered copies on white vinyl.
- 180 gram audiophile vinyl
- Limited edition of 1.000 individually numbered copies on white vinyl