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13 ***days ***ago
stones1969
Hopefully, it's in 4K. The one for "Have You Seen Your Mother?" with the live concert footage was disappointing. It did not have a good picture quality to it.
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13 ***days ***ago
stones1969
Thank you.
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13 ***days ***ago
stones1969
In the 1960s the Rolling Stones' American record label, London Records, put out jukebox EPs that were 7 inches (like 45's) but played on 33 1/3 RPMs. Each EP contained about five songs and was for jukeboxes only and not for the public. They are big collectors' items. I've seen ones for the following albums: 12 x 5, Rolling Stones, Now!, Out Of Our Heads, December's Childr
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3 ***months ***ago
stones1969
QuoteNilsHolgersson Quotestones1969 QuoteNilsHolgersson I hope they remaster all their old videos and release them on a bluray compilation, a bit like Michael Jackson's Vision (featuring 4.5 hours of content of 42 music videos with newly restored color and remastered audio). The Stones do have cool music videos which are pretty unknown, like Too Much Blood and Undercover of the Night. As o
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3 ***months ***ago
stones1969
Yes, he was one of a kind who will never be replaced. He also did football games many years ago, the last game he called was the 1981 NFC Championship Game between the Cowboys and 49ers when Dwight Clark made 'The Catch'.
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3 ***months ***ago
stones1969
Quote24FPS Maybe this restoration signals something is coming vis a vis a video compilation. That's a live version, the second, non-makeup one. At the end I hear some organ playing. I wonder who that was? I've always read that Bill played the funky little outgoing organ piece on the studio version of the song. Now this organ part being played on the non-makeup video is nowhere near the
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3 ***months ***ago
stones1969
QuoteNilsHolgersson I hope they remaster all their old videos and release them on a bluray compilation, a bit like Michael Jackson's Vision (featuring 4.5 hours of content of 42 music videos with newly restored color and remastered audio). The Stones do have cool music videos which are pretty unknown, like Too Much Blood and Undercover of the Night. As of right now, all the promo films fro
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
These songs are out there in stereo, although not all of them have an official release, there are many more songs the Stones recorded in stereo but have never been released officially or unofficially.
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
Thanks, Rockman, this is really helpful. R
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
Quotetreaclefingers Quotejbwelda Time for a super deluxe edition with some teeth. jb yup...I would like that. I don't think you can even blame ABKCO though. It's M & K I think that are calling the shots on previously unreleased material from the 60s. There were outtakes of songs for a bonus disc originally planned for the 50th-anniversary box set for Their Satanic, but th
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
Sorry, it was not meant to be shouting. I did that as a way of getting attention once I realized I didn't word it properly. Rob
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
This is excellent research on the Rolling Stones album cover artwork for Their Satanic as well as the other album covers. With the exception of a few things that I question, it is very good. Does anyone know who the author Charles Yo is? Rob
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
This is a less expensive version of the Brian Jones book "Butterfly In The Park" with photos by Michael Cooper. The first version was a limited edition book that sold for hundreds of dollars and out of most people's price range. Michael Cooper took some of the most iconic images of the band in the 1960s and this should be a good one. Now it can be ordered in paperback through the f
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
I posted this. There are two links to watch.
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
Amazing footage just recently unearthed by a San Diego news station to do a piece on Charlie's death. Amazing stuff.
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
Where did you hear his mum was Jewish?
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
It's possible there might have been a company in Japan that was doing 3-D/Lenticular images like Vari-Vue and that's where the confusion comes in. I can only go by what these two Vari-Vue historians told me. One man said the camera was a Vidoe Vision camera aka Anderson Camera, named after the founder of Vari-Vue, Vincent Anderson. I'm still researching this so I may find out more.
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
Thank you. I appreciate your response. Yes, I've heard it might have been Michael Cooper, but I also heard the maze, anyway, was designed by Brian Jones. The problem with this album is that the information written about it doesn't seem to be very accurate. I was always led to believe it was a Japanese camera that was used to take the 3-D cover and it cost $25,000. I also heard that
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
It's tough as there are so many Stones albums to choose from, Let It Bleed, Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!, Sticky Fingers, Exile, etc, etc, but my personal favorite four Stones albums are probably: Out Of Our Heads (US) Aftermath (US) Their Satanic Majesties Request - to me, this is a very underrated album. Beggars Banquet
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
Quotebv IORR - Album art - Their Satanic Majesties Request I've seen this before, thanks. I should have been more specific. Can you identify the picture in this link? >
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
He Guys! I think some people overlooked the link. I believe this photo appeared on a thread here a while back. By clicking this link can anyone identify the artwork in the frame in the photo below? Was this original artwork by Michael Cooper, or is it artwork by an artist that was used for the inside of the record sleeve for Their Satanic Majesties Request?
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
I heard that's how much the camera cost to take the photos, but I don't know how true that is. I would assume it was pretty expensive to make at the time because the lenticular/3-D piece had to be glued to the album cover, and the thousands of pieces they had made must have been pricey. Do you have any interviews where the band members talk about the album cover? Rob
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***1 year ***ago
stones1969
Hi everyone! I'm writing to ask a question. Does anyone on here have information on how the Their Satanic Majesties Request 3-D cover came about? Who came up with the idea to do the cover in 3-D? Was it something Michael Cooper knew about and suggested to the band, or did one of the band members come up with the idea? Does anyone know how much it cost to make? Does anyone have any intervi
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2 ***years ***ago
stones1969
I saw the Danny Garcia documentary on Brian Jones. To me it was good at best. No Stones music and interviews with people who once ran the Brian Jones Fan Club. There were rumors of another documentary film about Brian that would have included Stones music but it's on hold right now.
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2 ***years ***ago
stones1969
According to my TV listing, the Brian Jones segment of this show is due to air on Sunday, September 13th. Of course we know it's going to focus on the rumors surrounding his death, but hopefully they will do a little segment on his musical contribution to the band.
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2 ***years ***ago
stones1969
Thank you. Any little information helps. Rob
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2 ***years ***ago
stones1969
Hi Guys! Does anyone on here have information about the Their Satanic Majesties Request album cover? Who's idea was it to do the 3D/lenticular cover? Was a Michael Cooper idea or the Stones? Are there any magazine articles about the album cover anyone can share? I am trying to find out how the album cover was conceived and the history behind it. If you have anything I would love to hear i
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3 ***years ***ago
stones1969
QuoteGreen Lady Me, I'd like a new documentary on the life of Brian Jones. You never know, there might be one in the making.
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3 ***years ***ago
stones1969
Hey, guys! I'm looking for some help and I know there are a lot of knowledgeable fans on here. In the 1960s, Ian Stewart would write articles for some magazines about his time with the Rolling Stones. Does anyone on here know the cover dates for some of these magazines? I think some were teenybopper magazines like 'Teen Beat' and '16', etc, etc. He would write abou
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3 ***years ***ago
stones1969
This looks really good. Definitely worth buying to me. Expanded Audio soundtrack. Very nice packaging by ABKCO. Order on Amazon.com
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