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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: Kennedy ()
Date: April 8, 2019 20:03

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exilestones


These are the images that stevecardi posted the links to above.













Thanks, Steve!

Amazing document here. Looks like they intended to sprinkle in some really small venues, including the legendary Perkins Palace in Pasadena. Wow!

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: JordyLicks96 ()
Date: April 8, 2019 22:29

Quote
exilestones
RE: JAGGER GRANTS RONA BARRETT AN INTERVIEW
By Harry Harris


Rona Barrett

--

A Big Thanks to JordyLicks96 for finding the 1981 Rona Barrett interview video! It's cool how I just posted
an article about the Rona Barrett - Mick jagger interview. Two days later Jordy Licks post the long lost video.

ExileStones


+++++++


from the: Rare Mick Jagger Interview 1981 thread [iorr.org]

Quote
JordyLicks96
This is a great interview from Mick during the '81 tour that was just posted on YouTube, especially what he says when the interview ends in response to his answer to the last question..."You can always edit that last bit." spinning smiley sticking its tongue out


Rare Mick Jagger Interview 1981
[www.youtube.com]

Thanks exile!! My pleasure sharing it for everyone to enjoy!! smiling smiley

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 9, 2019 12:26















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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Date: April 9, 2019 18:17

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exilestones
NORTHBROOK


photo by Arthur Elgort - August 1981

That's a hard one. I would have automatically assumed around the UC sessions; so later than '81/82; but if that is with photographer's credit and date it must be right. They look older and more weathered than pre-tour.
Its a great picture.

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 11, 2019 12:53


Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 14, 2019 13:09

In the above post, how many people are in the chair?



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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 14, 2019 23:45

LOS ANGELES


Los Angeles 1981 - photo by George Bodnar

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 15, 2019 01:36


Los Angeles 1981 - photo by George Bodnar

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 15, 2019 16:41


Los Angeles 1981 - photo by George Bodnar

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 17, 2019 13:35

The usual set list was:

"Under My Thumb"
"When the Whip Comes Down"
"Let's Spend the Night Together"
"Shattered"
"Neighbours"
"Black Limousine"
"Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)"
"Down The Road Apiece" (played 26–27 September; 3, 5 & 9 November)
"Mona" (played only 26 September)
"Twenty-Flight Rock"
"Going to a Go-Go" (first played in Louisville, Kentucky, November 3)
"Let Me Go"
"Time Is on My Side"
"Beast of Burden"
"Waiting on a Friend"
"Let It Bleed"
"Tops" (Played 25 & 27 September, and 3 October)
"You Can't Always Get What You Want"
"Little T&A"
"Tumbling Dice"
"She's So Cold"
"All Down The Line" (Only Played 18 Times)
"Hang Fire"
"Star Star" (Only Played 10 Times)
"Miss You"
"Honky Tonk Women"
"Brown Sugar"
"Start Me Up"
"Jumpin' Jack Flash"
"Street Fighting Man" (played from 25 September-9 October and 26 October) [encore]
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (played 25 September; 3 & 11 October until end of tour) [encore]


wiki

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 21, 2019 16:45

ORLANDO


Mandatory Credit: Photo by Phil Sandlin/AP
Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones performs before a
packed crowd at the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando, FL.
The famed rock group will also make a second
appearance at the bowl tomorrow. This is their
first trip to Florida since 1978.

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 22, 2019 15:34

LONDON


















photos by Grison

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 25, 2019 13:30


Official 1981 Press Photo

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 28, 2019 19:24













JAGGER STRUTS - AND A FEW FANS GET SOME SATISFACTION

Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - August 27, 1981
Author/Byline: BARBARA KANTROWITZ AND ASHLEY HALSEY
3DEdition: HASection: FEATURES PEOPLE LIVINGPage: C01
By Barbara Kantrowitz and Ashley Halsey 3d
Inquirer Staff Writers


He swaggered in late, stayed as long as he wanted and left them hoping for

more.


Rock star Mick Jagger was supposed to arrive at 2:30 p.m.. He was supposed

to have a press conference at Independence Mall. He was supposed to answer

lots and lots of questions. He was supposed to announce the start of the

Rolling Stones' first American concert tour in more than three years.

What Jagger did was a little different.



Independence Hall Philadelphia Press Conference was Moved at the last minute.

Independence Hall is the birthplace of America. The Declaration of Independence
and U.S. Constitution were both debated and signed inside this building.
Philadelphia Freedom, Birthplace of a nation, freedom of religion, treason
against England are a few famous quotes associated with once was the largest
buliding in the United States in the 1700s.



He arrived half an hour late, not at Independence Hall

but at JFK Stadium, the site of the first concert on the tour,

Sept. 25. He posed for a lot of pictures, but spent only six minutes

answering a few questions about the tour. He talked to several dozen fans who

had gathered in front of a chain- link fence at one end of the stadium.

He accepted a model Liberty Bell from City Representative Richard Doran.

And then he was off, hidden from view behind the tinted windows of a big

black limousine.


While all this was going on, about 100 fans who had gathered at Independence

Hall hoping to glimpse one of the princes of rock 'n' roll were disappointed

and a bit puzzled by all the false rumors on radio stations and in some of

yesterday's newspapers.


Lisa McKenna, 18, who said she left her job at a Center City deli to see

Jagger, sat dejected at the base of an Independence Mall statue. " That's a

big letdown," she said. " If he's got no time for us, why should we have time

for him? I don't see no mob here. We wouldn't have hurt him. This isn't New

York. This isn't mug city."


National Park Service police arrested one man on a disorderly conduct charge

as the disappointed fans began to head home.


Larry Magid of Electric Factory Concerts said the mix-up had occurred

because " the record company leaked out information." Independence Hall would

not have been a secure enough site, he said. " It's silly to endanger the

band and the press. All of the sudden you could have a mass of people you

couldn't handle. It just got a little nuts to have it there."


In his brief time at the stadium, Jagger, 38, showed some of the qualities

that have kept him a star for almost 20 years. When his limousine pulled up on

the field, the reporters and photographers who had been lounging around for

close to an hour rushed over. Jagger's slight figure - in black pedal-pushers,

a black-and- white flowered shirt, white tennis socks and Puma tennis shoes

- was almost hidden by the crowd of reporters that swarmed around him as he

got out of the car.

Instead of heading toward a table on the 50-yard line where half a dozen

microphones had been set up, Jagger decided to go into the stands so the

photographers could get a good picture.





" Some of you will get a long shot at least," he said, as about two dozen

photographers scurried to keep up with him. " And then we'll go for a closeup.

" Once in the stands, he posed with his legs apart and his sunglasses pushed

on top of his head. Then he did a little dance on the seats to make sure, he

said, that everybody would get a different shot. When the photographers moved

in for the closeups, he recoiled in mock horror as though they were monsters

moving in for the kill.


He grabbed several photographers' cameras and took their pictures. " My

little girl is going to love this," said one photographer with an English

accent. Someone handed Jagger a copy of the Stones' new album to pose with.

He tossed it down.


After all the shooting was finished, he headed toward about 30 fans at the

chain-link fence who were cheering and shouting, " We want Mick. We want Mick.

" They got him. The fans stuck their fingers through the fence and touched

fingertips with the star while the photographers continued clicking away.

Then Jagger walked back toward the table with the microphones, guzzling a

16-ounce bottle of Coke that someone had given him.





After he accepted the copy of the Liberty Bell, he perched himself on a

folding chair with " Mick" written on back, took out several pages of hand-

written notes and faced the microphones.

The questions were predictable.

Why are we here, Mick?

He began listing the cities, about 20 of them, where the group will tour,

beginning with Philadelphia. (Tickets are on sale through Ticketron and other

outlets.)

Is this the Stones' last tour?

" We go on and on and on doing them," he said. " We never seem to stop. Why

should we stop now?"


Are the Stones splitting?

" What . . . personalities?"


How does he feel about being labeled the bad boy of rock?

" I'm older and much gooder . . . I've never known anyone who gets worse

as they get older."


Who else will be on the tour?

He read out a long lists of musicians, some of whom were already on the

schedule and others who were still only " possibles" : Van Halen, Elvis

Costello, the Police, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison.


Someone mentioned that he was making a movie. Did he want to be a movie star

instead of a rock star?

" I just want to be a star."


Yesterday, he was.




[infoweb.newsbank.com]



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2019-08-18 03:51 by exilestones.

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: shortfatfanny ()
Date: April 28, 2019 21:50

video: [youtu.be]

Mick Jagger press conference August 26th, JFK Stadium Philadelphia


Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: April 29, 2019 14:02

Quote
shortfatfanny
video: [youtu.be]

Mick Jagger press conference August 26th, JFK Stadium Philadelphia


Nice find. Some funny stuff here. Thanks!

Bill Baldini asks Mick if the Stones will split next year and also Mick says Hoagy Carmichael will be on tour with them!
Hoagy was eight-eight-years-old at the time.
Hoagy VIDEO: [www.youtube.com]



Chuck Pulin photo



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Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: May 1, 2019 00:46











Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: May 1, 2019 00:49

^^^^^^^^ ……. tuck it in Mick …. get a belt..get a belt ….. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

ROCKMAN

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: May 5, 2019 00:39





Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: May 6, 2019 02:48

LONDON

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: Stoneage ()
Date: May 6, 2019 03:03

Exilestones: I like your consistency. Stay with it!

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: Paul Kersey ()
Date: May 6, 2019 10:58

Quote
Stoneage
Exilestones: I like your consistency. Stay with it!

Agreed, best thread on here! thumbs up

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: TooTough ()
Date: May 6, 2019 22:12

Quote
exilestones
LONDON

Yeah, baby, yeah! hot smiley


Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: May 9, 2019 02:20

Quote
Paul Kersey
Quote
Stoneage
Exilestones: I like your consistency. Stay with it!

Agreed, best thread on here! thumbs up



Thanks. It's a hobby. I enjoy it. I'm glad you all are enjoying the posts too! Much more to come.

I find it hard to believe more of the the story and more photos of the Tattoo You Era keeps coming. Hopefully, I'll get time to put it all together in order.



Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: May 13, 2019 15:01


Denis O'Regan photo

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: stanlove ()
Date: May 13, 2019 17:04

Quote
exilestones












JAGGER STRUTS - AND A FEW FANS GET SOME SATISFACTION

Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - August 27, 1981
Author/Byline: BARBARA KANTROWITZ AND ASHLEY HALSEY
3DEdition: HASection: FEATURES PEOPLE LIVINGPage: C01
By Barbara Kantrowitz and Ashley Halsey 3d
Inquirer Staff Writers


He swaggered in late, stayed as long as he wanted and left them hoping for

more.


Rock star Mick Jagger was supposed to arrive at 2:30 p.m.. He was supposed

to have a press conference at Independence Mall. He was supposed to answer

lots and lots of questions. He was supposed to announce the start of the

Rolling Stones' first American concert tour in more than three years.

What Jagger did was a little different.



Independence Hall Philadelphia Press Conference was Moved at the last minute.

Independence Hall is the birthplace of America. The Declaration of Independence
and U.S. Constitution were both debated and signed inside this building.
Philadelphia Freedom, Birthplace of a nation, freedom of religion, treason
against England are a few famous quotes associated with once was the largest
buliding in the United States in the 1700s.



He arrived half an hour late, not at Independence Hall

but at JFK Stadium, the site of the first concert on the tour,

Sept. 25. He posed for a lot of pictures, but spent only six minutes

answering a few questions about the tour. He talked to several dozen fans who

had gathered in front of a chain- link fence at one end of the stadium.





He accepted a model Liberty Bell from City Representative Richard Doran.

And then he was off, hidden from view behind the tinted windows of a big

black limousine.


While all this was going on, about 100 fans who had gathered at Independence

Hall hoping to glimpse one of the princes of rock 'n' roll were disappointed

and a bit puzzled by all the false rumors on radio stations and in some of

yesterday's newspapers.


Lisa McKenna, 18, who said she left her job at a Center City deli to see

Jagger, sat dejected at the base of an Independence Mall statue. " That's a

big letdown," she said. " If he's got no time for us, why should we have time

for him? I don't see no mob here. We wouldn't have hurt him. This isn't New

York. This isn't mug city."


National Park Service police arrested one man on a disorderly conduct charge

as the disappointed fans began to head home.


Larry Magid of Electric Factory Concerts said the mix-up had occurred

because " the record company leaked out information." Independence Hall would

not have been a secure enough site, he said. " It's silly to endanger the

band and the press. All of the sudden you could have a mass of people you

couldn't handle. It just got a little nuts to have it there."


In his brief time at the stadium, Jagger, 38, showed some of the qualities

that have kept him a star for almost 20 years. When his limousine pulled up on

the field, the reporters and photographers who had been lounging around for

close to an hour rushed over. Jagger's slight figure - in black pedal-pushers,

a black-and- white flowered shirt, white tennis socks and Puma tennis shoes

- was almost hidden by the crowd of reporters that swarmed around him as he

got out of the car.



Mick Jagger (center) Lisa Robinson (right)


Instead of heading toward a table on the 50-yard line where half a dozen

microphones had been set up, Jagger decided to go into the stands so the

photographers could get a good picture.





" Some of you will get a long shot at least," he said, as about two dozen

photographers scurried to keep up with him. " And then we'll go for a closeup.

" Once in the stands, he posed with his legs apart and his sunglasses pushed

on top of his head. Then he did a little dance on the seats to make sure, he

said, that everybody would get a different shot. When the photographers moved

in for the closeups, he recoiled in mock horror as though they were monsters

moving in for the kill.


He grabbed several photographers' cameras and took their pictures. " My

little girl is going to love this," said one photographer with an English

accent. Someone handed Jagger a copy of the Stones' new album to pose with.

He tossed it down.


After all the shooting was finished, he headed toward about 30 fans at the

chain-link fence who were cheering and shouting, " We want Mick. We want Mick.

" They got him. The fans stuck their fingers through the fence and touched

fingertips with the star while the photographers continued clicking away.

Then Jagger walked back toward the table with the microphones, guzzling a

16-ounce bottle of Coke that someone had given him.





After he accepted the copy of the Liberty Bell, he perched himself on a

folding chair with " Mick" written on back, took out several pages of hand-

written notes and faced the microphones.

The questions were predictable.

Why are we here, Mick?

He began listing the cities, about 20 of them, where the group will tour,

beginning with Philadelphia. (Tickets are on sale through Ticketron and other

outlets.)

Is this the Stones' last tour?

" We go on and on and on doing them," he said. " We never seem to stop. Why

should we stop now?"


Are the Stones splitting?

" What . . . personalities?"


How does he feel about being labeled the bad boy of rock?

" I'm older and much gooder . . . I've never known anyone who gets worse

as they get older."


Who else will be on the tour?

He read out a long lists of musicians, some of whom were already on the

schedule and others who were still only " possibles" : Van Halen, Elvis

Costello, the Police, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison.


Someone mentioned that he was making a movie. Did he want to be a movie star

instead of a rock star?

" I just want to be a star."


Yesterday, he was.




[infoweb.newsbank.com]


[www.youtube.com]

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: shortfatfanny ()
Date: May 14, 2019 01:09

Quote
stanlove
[www.youtube.com]

Yeah...cool clip,but been posted...April 28th in this thread...


Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: May 16, 2019 04:40

DALLAS


Singer Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones dances out toward
the audience as he sings using a wireless microphone,
Sunday, Nov. 2, 1981, Dallas, Texas. Jagger, wearing a
football jersey emblazoned with “Cowboys” and Tony
Dorsett’s number 33, played to a capacity crowd at the
Cotton Bowl.

(AP Photo/Lee Baker)







To this day, I regret skipping over The Rolling Stones’ U.S. tours that took place every three years from 1969 through 1978. Even if I tried, tickets for their New York area shows back them were tough to get. Living in Texas in 1981, it was easy though for me to be among the 100,000 at one of their two shows at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas.

Following two successful and critically-acclaimed LPs, Some Girls and Tattoo You, the latter boosted through MTV, 1981 was a peak time for the Stones. The Stones enterprise put a lot of effort into this tour which proved to be landmark in setting the mold for future big stadium shows. It was also the first to attract a major corporate sponsor (fragrance-maker Jovan for a cool million) and went on to become the highest-grossing concert tour to date.

Like most stops on the tour, the Dallas shows were on the weekend during the day. Mine was the second of the two and was held on a football Sunday. (The hometown Cowboys were playing away in Philadelphia and over the weekend Mick sported both teams’ jerseys.) The Stones’ practice was to employ prominent local acts as openers, and Dallas featured great sunny afternoon sets from The Fabulous Thunderbirds and ZZ Top.

By the time the Stones took the stage late afternoon, the sun started to set and the weather got chilly. Our seats in the upper deck near the front were in the shade. This meant we froze while those on the other side in the sun fared much better. It got so cold that one of my friends retreated back to the car to watch the Cowboy game on a portable television.

To date, this is by far the largest crowd I have ever been a part of, and I can’t say that I really enjoyed watching a band through binoculars from such a distance. Despite the elaborate stage backdrop and powerful sound system, there were no big screens at shows yet. It took theatrics such as releasing balloons and having Mick ride atop a cherry-picker to liven things up for those of us so far away.

While I was excited to finally see the Stones live (I saw them again twice before their high ticket prices became offensive.), I recalled little about the music. Since the Stones recorded every show for their customary live tour record and film, it was fairly easy to find a bootleg soundboard recording of this show.

Music City Mike

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: May 16, 2019 04:44

DALLAS



Ed Hill photo

Re: Stones 1981-1982 Wardrobes
Posted by: punkfloyd ()
Date: May 17, 2019 05:35

Just discovered these from Madison Square Garden show.








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