Rolling Stones Exhibitionism @ Industria

WEST VILLAGE, NY—The Rolling Stones EXHIBITIONISM recently opened in the West Village and yes indeed, it’s a gas, gas, gas. Combining multimedia, artifacts, costumes and even a grimy replication of the founding members’ first flat in 1963 where Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Brian Jones resided in London. Dirty dishes, …

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Reality Check: Thirteen Ways Of Looking At The Rolling Stones

In Praise Of The Sun & The Moon & The Rolling Stones & A Candid Discussion With Author, Rich Cohen

There must be hundreds of books written about the Rolling Stones. Conservatively, I have read about 20 to 25, half of which I would deem good, and less than a …

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: Visual + Vinyl + Blues

Beautifully packaged, Eagle Rock Entertainment’s new live series of Rolling Stones concerts, From The Vault, starts with Hampton Coliseum Live In 1981 and L.A. Forum Live In 1975 (both restored and remixed by Bob Clearmountain). Each show is two and a half hours and consumers get their choice of …

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: Stones Rolling

Longevity is a pretty damn good reason to be thought of as “The World’s Greatest Rock ‘N’ Roll Band,” and although I’ve heard the nay-sayers grumble their snark, how many bands can stay rockin’ in a 48-year span? The Rolling Stones Live 1965: Music From` Charlie Is My Darling’ (ABKCO) …

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Rant ‘N’ Roll: My Kinda Stones

We were all in rock ‘n’ roll bands. We all sang the blues. We all loved the Stones. In my case, we aspired, in The Rock Garden, to play a place called Dodd’s in East Orange. That’s where all the top Jersey cover bands played when the drinking age was …

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The Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane

It’s a film of pure nostalgia for diehards and a great intro for newbies to the badassery that is the Rolling Stones. Revealing that they’re much more than inspiration for a moronic song by Maroon 5, Crossfire Hurricane, an HBO Films documentary, shows the band’s journey from past to …

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