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11 ***months ***ago
VideoJames
QuoteSteen G Mick Jaggerand the Rolling Stones - I wonder why that never has been told that much before. The billing of Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones, was used because Jagger had press prior to the bands first gig. So the club thought to use this to have more people come to the show. Oddly Long John Baldry's K.C. Blue Boys who were known got second billing?? I spoke with Mick
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***1 year ***ago
VideoJames
Quote24FPS QuoteGazza Quote24FPS I never heard of Brian missing shows in Europe. I always thought they were mostly shows in the American Midwest. Brian missed the following shows, that I'm aware of 27/8/63 - Windsor * 28/8/63 - Eel Pie Island, Twickenham * 5/9/63 - Walmer 6/9/63 - Lowestoft 7/9/63 - Aberystwyth 21/1/64 - Aylesbury (two shows) 10/5/64 - Bristol (early show) (he w
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2 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Yes, he does. Me and Bill did some trading back in the 70's.
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2 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
QuoteMathijs There was some discussion about a screen in Washington, 1972. Was that ever confirmed? Mathijs I attended that show and there were No screens used at the July 4th RFK stadium gig. I filmed that show from the audience, I had shot about 35 -40 min color, but sadly toward the end of the show someone stole my duffle bag with my camera and all the reels of film. I never got them
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2 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Hi ash: Thank you for your info. Yes, I did know S.N.A.T.L.P. was on ITV, but I seem to always say BBC as the all encompassing of U.K. TV shows. A mistake I must correct. I agree the Stones probably wanted the best sounding recording of the TV appearance so the rerecorded those songs. Mick has always been unhappy with how the Stones sounded on many a TV shows. Some of the shows they sou
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2 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
This is true, I have the "Studio" recordings from the Olympic Studio sessions for the London Palladium Show. I have three different takes of "It's All Over Now". One take has the guitar mixed way up front. All versions I have of "It's All Over Now" have vocals. But the version of Connections I have is just instrumental no vocals. I believe the Stones had
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2 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
I have a conflict with some of the dates listed in Bill's book. The News of The World gig was on May 11th not May 4th I see people on the site have already mentioned that the date (May 4th)is incorrect. This gig (Battersea Park) was the first gig (May 11th) that Oldham & Easton booked for the Stones after signing them on May 9th.(Brian Jones doing the signing). The bigger questio
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2 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Quotestraycatuk A great voice ...... Wasn't he offered the Led Zep gig ? I'd love to hear the 69 show. sc uk Yes, he was offer the Zep spot.. Besides the Stones 1969 U.S. Tour, Terry also opened for the Stones on their 1966 U.K. Tour in the band Peter Jay and the New Jaywalkers. Also Ike & Tina Turner open for the Stones on this 66 Tour.
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2 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Hypothetically speaking: If I happen to have or have access to a 16 track master of Terry Reid's show from the 1969 MSG show when he opened for the Rolling Stones and I was thinking of putting it out, how well do you think it would do? I would like to know if people on this site would be interested in getting it. Are there enough Terry Reid fans out there? Would love to hear the feed  back.
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2 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Thanks for the info, I went to the TV stations in Holland in the 80's to find any TV shows that would have aired those clips. I found none. The footage of "Tell ME", "Carol" and "It's all Over Now" look like it was shot earlier in the day, probably at the sound check . All 3 songs were complete versions. Maybe one day these and the many other clips th
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2 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
This was a great Doc. they did on the show. Back in the late 70's I was invited by Anita to come visit her, Keith & Marlon at the hotel she was staying at in NYC. I brought up my copy (16MM print) of the Kurhaus show which had the riot footage of the show plus two promos they made for Dutch TV "Tell Me" and "Carol". While watching the film Keith narrated about the
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2 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
QuoteDeltics Another interesting screenshot from "The Quiet One". If it's genuine it claims to be from the Musicians Wanted pages of Melody Maker dated August 18, 1962. Apparently this is the ad that Tony Chapman responded to. Note the Dartford phone number, I've always suspected that Mick's was the only family with a phone. This is interesting but I thin
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3 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
QuoteVideoJames Just heard the 2019 U.S. tour has been cancelled. Something with Mick. Will try and 100% confirm. More info later or someone else post what they know.. As you see it has been officially stated tour is only postponed, so that is good news. So waiting for new dates to be announced hopefully soon.
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3 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Just heard the 2019 U.S. tour has been cancelled. Something with Mick. Will try and 100% confirm. More info later or someone else post what they know..
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3 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
There are two version that I know of (studio recordings no audience) of 67 "It's All Over Now" Jagger on vocals but one is without the guitar solo the other is with the guitar solo. There is also studio version (for 67 TV show) but without Jagger on vocals for Connections. The other two tracks I would have to check. It's been a long while. I believe the video of the show st
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3 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
This is strange..I offered the "Your So Vain" sessions to Carly Simon back in the 80's.. She said she had the masters back in L.A. (I believe).. The recordings are very good there is a lot of talking between Carly and Mick on tape.. Another song Mick does was "Your Angel Steps Out Of Heaven" The session is mostly Mick & Carly at the piano. I can't believe she
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3 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
100 club Feb. 23 1986... I never got to see them in 1962 or 1963.. This was the closest I was going to get to experience that kind of show. First it was not packed like the 100 Club show of 1982, there was maybe 150 people at the 86 show (had room to walk around during the show). second a jazz band open the show.. Rocket 88 played first.. Third the Stones entire set list were all cover songs
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3 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
I believe it is on a small 5 inch reel to reel tape. The quality is not that great but not that bad for that time.. As you see many of these songs are not complete. I have these recordings but I don't know if it's worth as much as they are asking (IMHO). I know of only two other recordings that exist from this time period of the Stones playing live in concert.So this item is def
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3 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Hello Masoudi; The photo /photos you are speaking about are "NOT" from the first gig nor are they from 1962..The earliest I would give these is late Jan.63 or early Feb 63.. I believe the photographer was Philip Townsend..I have seen the contact sheet for those and other photos taken and in those both Bill & Charlie are in them. I have yet to see a photo of the Rolling
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3 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Happy anniversary to the Rolling Stones... On Thursday July 12th 1962 the Rolling Stones Advertised as Mick Jagger & The Rollin' Stones did their very first public gig at the Marquee Club in London. The band consisted of 6 members at this time Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Dick Taylor, Brian Jones (AKA Elmo Lewis), Ian Stewart and Tony Chapman (On drums).. It was announced in th
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4 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
To clarify ..for me Pro-shot in 1969 means 1. More than 1 camera angle (there are exceptions /but rare) 2. Authorized by the band or venue to film or tape show. 3. shot on Film 16 MM/ 35 MM/ 4. Shot on 3/4 inch video 1'' video or 2'' Video (there are exceptions) Shows filmed that I know of or have seen MSG 69 = 3 Pro shot shows filmed by the Maysles (16 MM Film)***
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4 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Yes he did.. B/W 1/2 inch .. Bill G. had been video taping shows as early as 1967. Maybe even earlier. I have seen bunch of his shows from back then. Lighting could have been better. There are at least 7 maybe 8 Rolling Stones shows video taped/filmed from the 69 tour that I know of or seen. There are probably more..
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4 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Quotehbwriter Clean links to both episodes - kind of incredible that Geraldo, with this major network score, doesn't spend one second discussing the tour, stage, etc. Still, incredible stuff.... I worked on this episode with Geraldo..I supplied the early footage for them. I made copies for them to use. Later when I asked for my copies back (as we agreed upon). The producer said
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4 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
QuoteMathijs QuoteVideoJames First time live with the Stones..May 20, 1965 'Down The Road Apiece" on Shindig. He did not appear with the Stones, but before the Stones. And the track was not live except for Jagger. Mathijs Correct, but Preston had told me and has said in old interviews he played with the Stones on Shindig or back in 1965. Maybe they rehearsed it, than decided n
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4 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
From Bill Wyman interview in K-SHE95 "Real Rock News" "As part of his agreement to quit the Rolling Stones, Brian Jones was offered a settlement, which gave him a lump sum of nearly $200,000, as well as a yearly salary of $40,000 for as long as the band stayed togethe"r. "He was also allowed to issue a statement saying that he had quit the band. He then reportedly t
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4 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
First time live with the Stones..May 20, 1965 'Down The Road Apiece" on Shindig.
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4 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Two good friends of mine attended the festival. They were friends with some of the west coast bands at the time and Jimi Hendrix. While attending the show they brought their 16 MM camera with them and shot some great color footage including some nice behind the scene footage. There is some great footage (never seen shots of Brian Jones and Jimi Hendrix and other artist). One day hopefully they a
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5 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
Quotefilstan Thanks once again James for the update, and yes it would awesome to see that Stu documentary come to fruition. Please keep us posted. The only solid video I have of Stu playing except on a Stone's song here or there during concerts was the great Ronnie Lane Band concert video at the Rockpalast from 1980. Stu was respectfully showcased by Laney at that gig. Yea, I never could se
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5 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
They is one in the works I believe. I was contacted over a year ago by someone wanting to put one together. I don't know how far they are right now. Their was a great tribute book on Stu. Published by Genesis Book by Will Nash. It is/was very expensive, something like $800.00 US. There is rare footage of Stu playing bass with the Rolling Stones for the dress rehearsal on the Ed Sullivan Sh
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5 ***years ***ago
VideoJames
QuoteRank Stranger QuoteVideoJames Also missing from the list is "Cracking Up". I have a master tape of tracks from their Radio Lux 1st stereo broadcast which I will offer them if they do a Vol 2, all the tracks are live including a great version of "Reelin' And Rocking. When is Vol 1 being released? Again on the Radio Lux tape, which would be very nice to have ( = understa
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