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Let It Bleed
Let It Bleed
Rolling Stones Photos

One of the Stones' most beloved albums, 1969's Let It Bleed was a benchmark for several reasons. First, founding guitarist Brian Jones died during the recording process. Second, the Stones take their last significant look at pure blues (Robert Johnson's spooky "Love in Vain") and country ("Country Honk," the two-stepping alter ego of "Honky-Tonk Women") before folding both styles into a cohesive rock & roll vision. Third, it contains some of the band's most eerie hits, such as the flame-enveloped "Gimme Shelter," the drug-reality anthem "Monkey Man," the epic "You Can't Always Get What You Want," and Mick Jagger's menacing "Midnight Rambler." --Steve Knopper

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Rolling Stones: Exile On Main St.
Rolling Stones: Exile On Main St.
The Rolling Stones: Exile On Main Street 1972 Side 1. 1. Rocks Off (4:32) 2. Rip This Joint (2:23) Bill Plummer on upright bass 3. Shake Your Hips (Slim Harpo) (2:59) 4. Casino Boogie (3:33) Keith Richard on bass 5. Tumbling Dice (3:45) Mick Jagger on guitar and Mick Taylor on bass Side 2. 6. Sweet Virginia (4:25) Steward piano, Jagger harmonica 7. Torn and Frayed (4:17) Mick Taylor on bass, Perkins steelg. 8. Sweet Black Angel (2:54) 9. Loving Cup (4:23) Side 3. 10. Happy (3:04) Keith Richard on lead vocal and bass and Jimmy Miller on drums 11. Turd on the Run (2:37) Bill Plummer on upright bass 12.-13 Ventilator Blues (Jagger, Richards, Taylor) (3:24) /I Just Want to See His Face (2:52) Bill Plummer on upright bass and Keith Richard on piano 14. Let It Loose (5:17) Dr. John among others on backing vocals Side 4. 15. All Down the Line (3:49) Bill Plummer on upright bass 16. Stop Breaking Down (Robert Johnson) (4:34) 17. Shine a Light (4:14) producer Jimmy Miller on drums and Billy Preston on organ 18. Soul Survivor (3:49) Keith Richards on bass (Total Length 67:17) All songs by Mick Jagger and Keith Richard, except where noted. Mick Jagger guitar, harmonica, keyboards, vocals Keith Richard guitar, bass, piano, keyboards, vocals Mick Taylor bass, guitar, vocals Charlie Watts drums Bill Wyman synthesizer, bass, keyboards, vocals Ian Stewart piano, keyboards Billy Preston organ, piano, keyboards, vocals Bill Plummer double bass Nicky Hopkins piano, keyboards Jim Price organ, trombone, trumpet Bobby Keys horn, saxophone Amyl Nitrate percussion, marimba Al Perkins steel guitar Jimmy Miller drums, producer Released 12 May 1972 Recorded July 1971- March 1972 UK#1, US#1 Label Rolling Stones/Virgin Producer(s) Jimmy Miller Bought the Double LP 23.10.1988 45 mk - MP3 6.3.07 One of their totally unknown album to me - until 1988 when I got it as a double LP set. And yet - it was still quite strange to me until March 07 when I finally made a MP3 copy of it. And now after the Bigger Bang concert (summer-07) I must check it again to hear the tracks that they were playing from this album: Tumbling Dice, All Down the Line and Sweet Virginia. - not so bad, at all...
Rolling Stones
Rolling Stones
Rolling Stones-Keith Richard got busted on a drug charge in Canada, and his sentence was to have the Stones put on a show in Canada for sight-impaired people. I called the Stone's office to see if I would be able to shoot this concert for the various magazines for which I freelanced, Time, Newsweek, etc. They were only allowing two photographers to shoot the concert, and I was one of them. I could shoot the whole show, the stage was only 3-feet high. Here was the icing on the cake: I asked a security guard if where I was kneeling was OK to shoot from, he laughed and said that not only was in OK but I could also stand up if I wanted to, the first 15 or so rows were reserved for sight-impaired concert-goers -- so I could stand up while shooting the whole show. I brought 80 rolls of film, color and B&W, which at the time I thought that I might use maybe 20. When the show started, I realized just what a dream shoot this turned out to be: The Stones were 6 feet away from me and the lighting was perfect. I used all the film. The shots appeared in more than 60 magazine's worldwide. Tri-X film ASA800 pushed 1/60 sec f/5.6 50mm lens Available light

rolling stones t shirts for women
rolling stones t shirts for women
Live Licks (topless cover)
Japanese pressing features a bonus track on disc two, 'If You Can't Rock Me'. Also included for the first pressing only is a bonus Rolling Stones sticker for the first pressing only. Recorded on their mammoth 2002/2003 Licks world tour, the Rolling Stones’ latest live album is a testament to the band’s incredible staying power. After some 40 years in the business, the Stones are still drawing huge crowds all over the world with the promise of an inimitable live experience. And on 1st November, the release of the new double album, Live Licks, looks set to capture on CD the charisma and talent that has led to the Stones’ putting on the top three most successful world tours of all time. Recorded on the recent Licks world tour, the double album was recorded in venues right across the globe and features performances of some of the best-loved tracks from the Stones’ sterling back catalogue. In addition, you’ll also find their lesser-known songs and inspired cover versions that also made up part of the fantastic Licks set. 25 tracks in total. Virgin. 2004.

The Rolling Stones have built themselves a fine conundrum with this double-disc anthology culled from performances on their 40th Anniversary tour of 2002-03, releasing arguably their most comprehensive and compelling live recording at a moment in history when it seems to matter least. The Stones' by now overwhelming spate of live albums has consistently been the most disappointing part of their considerable oeuvre, but the band--particularly the chunky/bluesy twin guitar locomotion of Keith Richards and Ron Wood--are in a form here that rivals the halcyon touring behind Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street. Befitting this tour's anniversary aims, they tackle material that ranges from their original Brit Invasion roots ("Satisfaction," "Paint It Black") through 70's superstardom (with Sheryl Crow guesting on "Honky Tonky Women") and a middle-age that was anything but staid. Disc two is largely given over to paying energetic, loving tribute to roots heroes like B.B. King ("Rock Me, Baby"), Otis Redding ("That's How Strong My Love Is") and even Hoagy Carmichael (Richards' raggedly sweet "The Nearness of You"), concluding the show with Mick Jagger's voice triumphantly being joined by soul legend Solomon Burke on a buoyant, gospel-fervent version of his "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love." --Jerry McCulley