Rolling Stones / Some Girls

To my ears, the former William Perks' extraordinary upright approach to the electric resonated best on Some Girls (1978).

Bill's phrasing, tone, motifs, and rhythms as rendered on "Miss You" - an "octaving" bass passage supposedly written by Billy Preston; "Respectable," "When The Whip Comes Down," "Beast of Burden, and "Lies" coupled with Charlie's jazz chops took those spotty young punks to school on the Stones last truly great slab.