Hidden on side one of the Rolling Stones' 1974 LP 'It's Only Rock & Roll,' 'Til The Next Goodbye' is one of the album's highlights. Mick Jagger delivers a moving, seemingly sincere, ballad, woven from the same country-influenced cloth that had served them so well since the dawn of the decade.

Mick Taylor, making his last appearance on a Stones LP, dishes up some sweet slide guitar on this all-too-forgotten track. With the loss of Mr. Taylor, the band's sound would irrevocably change as they moved into the later half of the '70s and beyond. Many of us believe the Stones would never again hit the perfect balance between rock and roll raunch and blues sway that they did during his time with the band.


Watch the Rolling Stones Perform 'Till the Next Goodbye'