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Good Belgium garage band doing a Rolling Stones tune!
This is a very powerful song. Mick Jagger at his peak in singing. There were two music videos to this, one where they were all dressed up in Make Up and this one. This was one of the last music videos Brian Jones ever performed in with the Stones. Awesome song. There is another video of this too on youtube, if you have any complaints about this one copying that guys video or anything let me know. Thanks!!!
I do not own the rights to this film
I don't own the rights to this video I just posted it for the heck of it
Jimi Hendrix - Like A Rolling Stone The KPFA Tapes (94.1 FM) 1968-1969
Keith Richards 1965 - 1968
5.11.1968, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg. He made two clips, and this one featuring the band in heavy makeup. Remastered in 2005.
Rolling Stones - Salt of the Earth (1968) As it was.
from the "unknown album" beggars banquet outtakes, Recorded May and June, 1968 olympic studios london, Vocal: Mick Jagger, Acoustic Slide Guitar open E tuning: Brian Jones, Acoustic Rhythm Guitar standard tuning, capo 10th fret: Keith Richards, Bass: Bill Wyman, Piano and organ: Nicky Hopkins
The Rolling Stones singing "Sympathy for the Devil," on Robert Frost Show in 1968.
The Rolling Stones: Sympathy for the Devil (1968) segundo video del movimiento contracultural nacido en los años 60 en Estados Unidos. Imagenes de Woodstock. Secund video of the countercultural movement born in the 60s in the US, with significant base of the US city of San Francisco (California). This video is property creative this is audio is property The Rolling Stones. This video is not being used to make money in any way and is for entertainment and leisure purposes only. This is an act of fair usage as described by the US Copyright Office, therefore, a dispute should not occur over this video.
rolling stones 1968 demo outake
"I've Been Loving You Too Long" (sometimes issued as "I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)") is a song written by Otis Redding and Jerry Butler. The first cover of the song was a recording by The Rolling Stones in 1965—shortly after Redding's original version became a hit. It was included on the Stones' first live album, Got Live if You Want It!, but was overdubbed with screaming girls. Redding's profile among white audiences—especially in Europe—was considerably advanced by the exposure given to one of his compositions by the Stones. Returning the compliment, Otis Redding covered the Rolling Stones song "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction", written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. The most widely known cover version of the song was by Ike & Tina Turner in 1968. It was the lead track from their 1968 Blue Thumb album entitled Outta Season. The Turners can be seen performing the tune at Madison Square Garden in the concert film of The Rolling Stones' Gimme Shelter.
...their first success, being compared to the Beatles because the Beatles had tasted success first. However, the Rolling Stones were more than just another British band to crash through in the Beatles’ wake. From 1968-1972, they were the world’s greatest rock...
This is an excerpt from a 1968 interview Pete Townshend did with Rolling Stone magazine founder Jann Wenner
Os Rolling Stones é uma banda de rock inglesa formada em 25 de Maio de 1962, e que está entre as bandas mais antigas ainda em atividade. Ao lado dos Beatles, foram considerados a banda mais importante da chamada Invasão Britânica ocorrida nos anos 1960, que adicionou diversos artistas ingleses nas paradas norte-americanas. Formado por Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman e Charlie Watts, o grupo calcava sua sonoridade no blues. Em mais de quarenta anos de carreira, hits como (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, Start Me Up, Sympathy For The Devil, Jumping Jack Flash, Miss You e Angie fizeram dos Stones uma das mais conhecidas bandas do rock mundial, levando-a a enfrentar todos os grandes clichês do gênero, desde recepções efusivas da crítica até problemas com drogas e conflito de egos, principalmente entre Jagger e Richards. Os Rolling Stones já venderam mais de 500 milhões de álbuns no mundo inteiro.
Demo of a 1968 Gibson Hummingbird using a very obscure Rolling Stones track from Beggars Banquet: Prodigal Son!
The Rolling Stones (The Biggest Band) playing in a very short video (sorry for that) IT'S ONLY ROCK AND ROLL" live, i love so much this song. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts playing this classic rock song with the same energy of 60's. I have recorded this short video at their concert live "THE ROLLING STONES A BIGGER BANG" at Las Vegas Nevada in March 4, 2006 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena A great trip to Las Vegas Nevada ending with this excelent concert by The Rolling Stones It's was their final song of the concert, they played for more that 2 hours and it was one of the most beautiful rock music experience I ever had THE ROLLING STONES Mick Jagger lead vocals, harmonica, percussion, guitar, bass, keyboards Keith Richards guitars, vocals, bass, keyboards Charlie Watts drums, percussion Ronnie Wood guitars, backing vocals, bass ROLLING STONES MAIN VIDEOGRAPHY 1968: One Plus One (also titled Sympathy for the Devil), directed by Jean-Luc Godard (DVD) 1969: Stones in the Park (DVD) 1970: Gimme Shelter, directed by Albert and David Maysles (DVD) 1974: Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones, directed by Rolin Binzer 1982: Rocks Off and Let's Spend the Night Together, both directed by Hal Ashby (DVD) 1984: Video Rewind (VHS) 1989: 25x5 - The Continuing Adventures of the Rolling Stones (VHS) 1990: Stones at the Max, directed by Julien Temple (DVD) 1995: The Rolling Stones: Voodoo Lounge Live (DVD) 1996: The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, directed by Michael ...
The Rolling Stones (The Biggest Band) playing in a very short video (sorry for that) SATISFACTION live Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts playing this classic rock song with the same energy of 60's. I have recorded this short video at their concert live "THE ROLLING STONES A BIGGER BANG" at Las Vegas Nevada in March 4, 2006 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena A great trip to Las Vegas Nevada ending with this excelent concert by The Rolling Stones Satisfaction was their final song of the concert, they played for more that 2 hours and it was one of the most beautiful rock music experience I ever had THE ROLLING STONES Mick Jagger lead vocals, harmonica, percussion, guitar, bass, keyboards Keith Richards guitars, vocals, bass, keyboards Charlie Watts drums, percussion Ronnie Wood guitars, backing vocals, bass ROLLING STONES MAIN VIDEOGRAPHY 1968: One Plus One (also titled Sympathy for the Devil), directed by Jean-Luc Godard (DVD) 1969: Stones in the Park (DVD) 1970: Gimme Shelter, directed by Albert and David Maysles (DVD) 1974: Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones, directed by Rolin Binzer 1982: Rocks Off and Let's Spend the Night Together, both directed by Hal Ashby (DVD) 1984: Video Rewind (VHS) 1989: 25x5 - The Continuing Adventures of the Rolling Stones (VHS) 1990: Stones at the Max, directed by Julien Temple (DVD) 1995: The Rolling Stones: Voodoo Lounge Live (DVD) 1996: The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg (filmed in 1968 ...
...world wide. Wonderful and unique rock song, way ahead of it's time. This song earns it's place in the best Rolling Stones songs! It appeared in 1968 on the Beggar's Banquet Album. What a tasty hit, indeed! 2. Brown Sugar. This happy and sexy rock song has...
Facts: "Jumpin' Jack Flash" was released as a single in 1968. The song is one of the most popular and recognizable songs. Released on 24 May 1968, "Jumpin' Jack Flash" (backed with "Child of the Moon") flew to the top of the UK charts and to number three in the United States. The Rolling Stones have played "Jumpin' Jack Flash" during every tour since its release; it ranks as the number the band has played in concert most frequently. All credit & rights reserved to the person(s) who own the © to this video.
My Opinion Of The Best Rolling Stone Covers From 68 To 72
Rolling Stones Highway Child-1968
☆"Jumpin' Jack Flash" is a song by English rock and roll band The Rolling Stones, released as a single in 1968. Called "supernatural Delta blues by way of Swinging London" by Rolling Stone, the song is seen as the band's return to their blues roots after the psychedelia of their preceding albums Between the Buttons and Their Satanic Majesties Request. One of the group's most popular and recognizable songs, "Jumpin' Jack Flash" has been featured in many films and on the Rolling Stones compilation albums Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2), Hot Rocks, Singles Collection and Forty Licks . ☆Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, recording on "Jumpin' Jack Flash" began during the Beggars Banquet sessions of 1968 (although it was not released on that album). Regarding the song's distinctive sound, guitarist Richards has said: I used a Gibson Hummingbird acoustic tuned to open D, six string. Open D or open E, which is the same thing - same intervals - but it would be slackened down some for D. Then there was a capo on it, to get that really tight sound. And there was another guitar over the top of that, but tuned to Nashville tuning. I learned that from somebody in George Jones' band in San Antonio in 1964. The high-strung guitar was an acoustic, too. Both acoustics were put through a Philips cassette recorder. Just jam the mic right in the guitar and play it back through an extension speaker. Richards has stated that he and Jagger wrote the lyrics while ...
Playing "Satisfaction" by the Rolling Stones Album: Out Of Our Heads Guitar: Epiphone Casino Amp: Fender '57 Twin Reissue Effects: 1968 Maestro Fuzz-Tone (FZ-1B) Just picked up this Maestro Fuzz Tone from 1968. I can feel the mojo from this thing. Awesome pedal. Richards used a Maestro Fuzz FZ-1 or 1A for the original recording. I'm using the 57 Twin for the first time in a video.. I usually don't because it's damn loud. But I wanted to give it a try. The fuzz might be a bit too harsh, but I don't care too much :)
Jumpin Jack Flash single London Records Chile 1968
Rare Promo film in color.
Single Chileno London DLM 17220 lado B del single Jumping Jack Flash .
Dirty mac Jam at Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus 1968: John Lennon gtr, Eric Clapton gtr, Keith Richards bass, Mitch Mitchell drums
Marianne Faithfull as Lilith in Kenneth Anger's 'Lucifer Rising', with a cameo appearance by a very 'tired' Keith Richards from Robert Frank's film 'Cocksucker Blues'. The song is great- not the perfect version that appears on 'Sticky Fingers' but on its own merits is a powerful experience.
Rolling Stones-Mick Jagger interview 1968
Blood Red Wine was recorded May, 1968 at Olympic Studio.
Cover of Rolling Stones' 1968 single "Jumpin' Jack Flash", written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards .
Rare footage from 1968. Good stuff!
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This is The Rolling Stones "Street Fighting Man" (Jagger/Richards) taken from the 1968 LP "Beggars Banquet" -this video was edited by me using diverse archive footage from the Stone's 60's era. It's a tribute to The Rolling Stones most creative period.Any constructive sugestions or questions, comments,feel free to contact me thru firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy, David. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Here's a litlle info on this song according to Wikipedia: Originally titled and recorded as "Did Everyone Pay Their Dues?", containing the same music but very different lyrics, "Street Fighting Man" is known as one of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards' most politically inclined works to date. Jagger allegedly wrote it about Tariq Ali after Jagger attended a March 1968 anti-war rally at London's US embassy, during which mounted police attempted to control a crowd of 25000. He also found inspiration in the rising violence among student rioters on Paris's Left Bank, the precursor to May 1968. On the writing, Jagger said in a 1995 interview with Jann Wenner in Rolling Stone, "Yeah, it was a direct inspiration, because by contrast, London was very quiet...It was a very strange time in France. But not only in France but also in America, because of the Vietnam War and these endless disruptions. ...I thought it was a very good thing at the time. There was all this violence going on. I mean, they almost toppled the government in France; degaulle went into this complete funk, as he had in ...
A promo video for the song Jumping jack flash performed by the rolling stones with colour and no makeup! here is a link to some great rolling stones products urlsnippy.com Lyrics: Watch it! I was born in a cross-fire hurricane And I howled at my ma in the driving rain, But it's all right now, in fact, it's a gas! But it's all right. I'm Jumpin' Jack Flash, It's a Gas! Gas! Gas! I was raised by a toothless, bearded hag, I was schooled with a strap right across my back, But it's all right now, in fact, it's a gas! But it's all right, I'm Jumpin' Jack Flash, It's a Gas! Gas! Gas! I was drowned, I was washed up and left for dead. I fell down to my feet and I saw they bled. I frowned at the crumbs of a crust of bread. Yeah, yeah, yeah I was crowned with a spike right thru my head. But it's all right now, in fact, it's a gas! But it's all right, I'm Jumpin' Jack Flash, It's a Gas! Gas! Gas! Jumping Jack Flash, its a gas Jumping Jack Flash, its a gas Jumping Jack Flash, its a gas Jumping Jack Flash, its a gas DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN THIS VIDEO I BELONGS TO ABCKO AND IS NOT FOR MY PROFIT.
John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Mitch Mitchell, and Keith Richards. I mean 4 of the most influntial bands of ALL TIME represented on stage by a member of each. The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix Experience, and Cream, can anyone name any 4 other acts that were as big as them in 1968 ?? Would anything like this happen today ...with the greed and self endulging of todays "Super Stars" ??? I think not. Better Times...Better Place
Live at Winterland, San Francisco; October 10, 1968. Early show.
Song: Jumpin' Jack Flash Artist: The Rolling Stones Album: Jumpin' Jack Flash (Single) (1968)
Making of Sympathy for the Devil in 1968, rare studio footage
Jumpin' Jack Flash (For Make-Up Clip) 32bit Mono Dual Channel Remaster, May 2008 Olympic Sound Studios, London, April 1968 First Release As Single In May 1968 This is the original make-up clip with the 1968 special audio track for it. Nowadays the clip has the album/single version as audio track. For the song's sake I hope my clip will outwit that original version in very low quality, which had ca. 220000 views here at youtube. Enjoy... MICKBOY, we luv yer magical ears and hands! KEEF: Jack Dyer, who was my gardener, an old English yokel. I once said, 'ave you ever been to town? Town, to an Englishman, means London, right? He says, Oh Yea, I was up there when war finished. That cathedral's something. He meant Chichester, the local big town, seven miles away...We'd been up all night and it was in the morning. Suddenly this sound of boots went by the window, clump clump clump and woke Mick up, What was that?! I looked out, that's Jack, that's jumpin' Jack. Well he's leaping about a bit. Yeah, I said, it's "jumpin' Jack" and then "flash" came and suddenly we were wide awake and we started to work, you know. You never know when they're going to come.
Many Rolling Stones fans get a nostalgic feeling when they think about the golden age of Rolling Stones. Mick Jagger isn't the bird he once was. CONTROVERSY This video has received many comments defending Mick Jagger's performances in these days. I respect everyones opinions and you're welcome to share them here, as long as you don't attack me. ARGUMENTS THE 1968 VERSION IS BEST: The 1968 version is unusual, distinctive and real. The 2008 version is prepackaged unit-shipping formula rock. The nuances of the earlier version both musically and vocally are far more pronounced, while the subtleties of the later version are washed away by a sea of conformity. Jagger's voice is far more inspiring and entertaining on the 68 version. He savours and varies the lines while in the 08 version he just belts 'em out one by one without any soul. - avidalocan I couldn't agree more. His voice is really shot these days, and indeed, he used to be amazing (check "Sympathy...", "Gimme Shelter", "Street Fighting Msn', "Beast of Burden") - sullenmorbius ARGUMENTS THE 2008 VERSION IS BEST: i am sorry but listen to both performances. the later one has so much more energy its amazing. the first one is quite boring in comparison. btw i am a huge rolling stones fan. - willdmovieman I do not agree. Mick is much more likely to stay on pitch/in the right key these days, as demonstrated in the clips you chose. - gbail9566 Edited by Ulrik and Sondre
...who never got invited to play behind Elvis again. It was a new beginning and the beginning of the end. 3. Rolling Stones record "Jumping Jack Flash." Here was the year's real rock ân' roll comeback. The Stones weren't exactly dead as 1968 rolled in, but...
New York Daily News
...before the viewer in huge close-ups in “Shine a Light.” There have been plenty of documentaries made about the Rolling Stones, as many as 18 by some counts. Jean-Luc Godard’s perplexing 1968 “Sympathy for the Devil” (aka “One Plus One”) and the Maysles brothers’...
...epic tune from raw acoustic form to full menacing firestorm, interrupted by absurd, politically charged vignettes. •The Rolling Stones: Rock and Roll Circus (1968). Michael Lindsay-Hogg directs the Stones in a big-top setting with The Who, John Lennon, Eric...