Let Me Up (I’ve Had Enough)

The song was never played live and really, you have two Stones-y blues rock tracks on this album. The track we’re talking about today and Think About Me. The latter is superior in every way. It’s mixed better, it is way catchier, it moves more, it definitely swings more and basically, it renders Let Me Up I’ve Had Enough a little redundant. Another rare example of a genuine filler track on a Heartbreakers record and one where the title is most definitely the best thing about it

Check out the song here: https://youtu.be/TeZICly3Qdw

If you want to check out Gary Moore’s sublime Parisienne Walkways, here ya go! https://youtu.be/59xYyYyPeXc

And if you want to check out the marvellous “…And Volume For All”, you can find it on all your regular streaming platforms like Apple; https://apple.co/3oUdJ0P and Spotify; https://open.spotify.com/show/5XsWPZwMcCLP5xHicFNYQK

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