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The Story of the Rolling Stones: A Selection of Documentaries on the Quintessential Rock-and-Roll Band

The Rolling Stones define the rock-and-roll band, as they have for nearly six decades now. Exactly how they’ve done so is thoroughly documented, not least by the band’s own expansive and still-growing catalog of songs and albums (all of which I happen to have spent the last few months listening through). But the story of the Stones continues to compel, told and re-told as it is in every form of media produced by each era through which the band has passed: books, articles, podcasts, and a...
Tags: Facebook, Music, London, College, Beach Boys, History, Mick Jagger, Kent, Seoul, Keith Richards, Jagger, Watts, Andrew Loog Oldham, Richards, Rolling Stones, Brian Jones


The Rolling Stones Jam with Muddy Waters for the First and Only Time at Chicago’s Legendary Checkerboard Lounge (1981)

Whatever marketing materials may claim, the Rolling Stones did not just happen upon Buddy Guy’s Checkerboard Lounge on Chicago’s South Side (before it closed, reopened in Hyde Park, then closed again for good) on a night when Muddy Waters happened to be there in 1981. And they did not spontaneously get invited to jam, as it seems, when they “climbed over tables” to get onstage with their hero and blues legends Buddy Guy and Junior Wells. A chance meeting, of course, would have been magic...
Tags: Facebook, Music, College, Chicago, Atlantic, Hyde Park, Poole, Jagger, Keith, Zeppelin, South Side, Mick, Rolling Stones, Ian Stewart, Taschen, Junior Wells


"She wrote in her autobiography that Bob Dylan tried to seduce her by playing her his latest album, 'Bringing It All Back Home,' and explaining in detail what each track meant."

"(It didn’t work. 'I just found him so … daunting,' she wrote. 'As if some god had come down from Olympus and started to come onto me.') Jagger had more luck, and for a few seemingly glamorous years they were a generational It Couple. But there were tensions from the start, and Faithfull wasn’t sure she was cut out for the wifely muse role that, even in such bohemian circles, she was expected to play...." From (NYT). I was interested in that — "As if some god had come down from Olympus and ...
Tags: Law, Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Olympus, Jagger, Dylan, LEDA, Michelangelo, Marianne Faithfull, Faithfull, Ann Althouse, Lightweight Religion


Boyfriend Tees $7.99-$9.99 at Cents Of Style! S-3X Tons of Colors!

    IT’S BACK!!! Everyone’s favorite boyfriend tee in both the short sleeve (JAGGER) and long sleeve version (JOANNA) + 2 other styles are on sale for $16.96 OFF any of these styles! This Jagger went Viral last year at the same price of $7.99 This event will run from 4/27/21 at midnight! Get the Jagger & Joanna... Read More
Tags: Deals, Coupons, Online Deals, Jagger, Joanna, Womens Apparel


Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl join the crypto frenzy and collaborate with 3D artist Extraweg on NFT charity auction

Dave Grohl performs with Mick Jagger during The Rolling Stones' "50 & Counting" worldwide tour Mike Blake/REUTERS Mick Jagger and 3D artist Extraweg collaborated on the audio-visual NFT, which is being auctioned for charity. Dave Grohl is featured on the NFT's soundtrack and picked the supported charities with Jagger. The 24-hour auction will raise money for music and environmental charities. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Mick Jagger and ...
Tags: UK, London, Trends, Mick Jagger, Dave Grohl, Lionel Richie, Snoop Dogg, Coindesk, Leon, Shawn Mendes, Jagger, Grohl, Rolling Stones, NFT, Steve Aoki, Mike Blake


Mick Jagger and Dave Grohl Drop Surprise Pandemic Anthem, ‘Eazy Sleazy’

While Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones have been working on a new studio album for the better part of a decade, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl likes to work fast — and his influenced apparently rubbed off on Jagger, as the duo surprise-released a pandemic anthem deceptively called “Eazy Sleazy” on Tuesday. Judging by […]
Tags: News, Mick Jagger, Dave Grohl, Jagger


Hear Marianne Faithfull’s Three Versions of “As Tears Go By,” Each Recorded at a Different Stage of Life (1965, 1987 & 2018)

When a 17-year-old Marianne Faithfull finished the final take of her 1965 hit “As Tears Go By” — penned by a young duo of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards as one of their first original songs — Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham “came and gave me a big hug,” she recalled “‘Congratulations darling. You’ve got yourself a number six,’ he said.” Richards remembered the song in his autobiography as “a terrible piece of tripe” and “money for old rope,” but it actually peaked at number 22 ...
Tags: Google, Music, London, College, Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Keith Richards, Nico, Jagger, Keith, Andrew Loog Oldham, Facebook Twitter, Mick, Richards, Jean Luc Godard, Josh Jones


James Gunn’s ‘The Suicide Squad’ Spin-Off ‘Peacemaker’ Adds Nhut Le as Judomaster

Leave it to James Gunn to dig deep in the DC Comics canon to find a new obscure superhero to add to the Peacemaker ensemble. Nhut Le has been cast in the HBO Max The Suicide Squad spin-off as Judomaster, joining a cast that is led by John Cena. Deadline broke the news that Nhut Le will be playing Judomaster in Peacemaker, the upcoming HBO Max spin-off series of James Gunn’s follow-up film to David Ayer’s 2016 comic book movie Suicide Squad. This is apparently the year for Judomaster, a somew...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Casting, Dc Comics, Suicide Squad, James Gunn, Warner Brothers, Andy, Jagger, David Ayer, Michael Collins, U S Army, Gunn, Cena, Peter Safran


Comedian and actor George Lopez expands his presence at San Manuel Casino

Fans of comedian George Lopez have been able to visit his restaurant Chingon Kitchen at San Manuel Casino in Highland for a while, but now they have another way to celebrate their fandom: By playing one of the casino’s George Lopez slot machines. A bank of the new George Lopez Neighborhood Tour slot machines has been placed on the casino’s second level just outside Chingon Kitchen. The slot machine debuted at San Manuel on Nov. 12, according to a news release from company Ainsworth Game Technolo...
Tags: Casinos, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, James Bond, Voice, Adam Levine, Highland, Southern California, Jagger, Lopez, George Lopez, San Manuel, Harrah, Oompa Loompas, Top Stories OCR


Why I'm reading about a shooting that took place in 2007 over the question of exactly how tall was James Brown.

1. In the first post of the morning, I asserted: "Some of the best videos have been made like that, with the singer randomly walking along someplace mouthing the lyrics and interacting with this and that." Instead of naming any actual video, I just wrote, in parentheses and italics, as if that helps, "(Yeah? Which ones?!)"  2. That loose thread nagged at me for 3 hours — from about 4:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. — and I tried to call to mind a great video that fit the description. I came up with "Bras...
Tags: Video, Crime, Law, Shoes, Blogging, James Brown, Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Richard, Chrissie Hynde, Height, Bowie, Jagger, Brown, Crosby


Boyfriend Tees $7.99-$9.99 at Cents Of Style! S-3X Tons of Colors!

    IT’S BACK!!! Everyone’s favorite boyfriend tee in both the short sleeve (JAGGER) and long sleeve version (JOANNA) + 2 other styles are on sale for $16.96 OFF any of these styles! This Jagger went Viral last year at the same price of $7.99 This event will run from 11/2/20-11/8/20 at midnight! Get the  Jagger & Joanna... Read More
Tags: Deals, Coupons, Online Deals, Jagger, Joanna, Womens Apparel


Cents of Style BESTSELLING Boyfriend Tees $7.99 & $9.99

  Great deal at Cents of Style! They’re Back! Last September this Jagger top went viral at $7.99 and its back…PLUS, they have added the striped version and leopard pocket version for only $9.99 (are you SCREAMING too)?! These tops are what dreams are made of- they are going to be your favorite go to... Read More
Tags: Deals, Coupons, Online Deals, Jagger, Womens Apparel


Cents of Style BESTSELLING Boyfriend Tees $7.99 & $9.99

  Great deal at Cents of Style! They’re Back! Last September this Jagger top went viral at $7.99 and its back…PLUS, they have added the striped version and leopard pocket version for only $9.99 (are you SCREAMING too)?! These tops are what dreams are made of- they are going to be your favorite go to... Read More
Tags: Deals, Coupons, Online Deals, Jagger, Womens Apparel


Cinemax Sets Premiere Date for Warrior Season 2

Cinemax sets premiere date for Warrior season 2 As the summer draws to a close, the time is quickly approaching for the return of the hit martial arts action series Warrior and now Cinemax has set an October 2 premiere date for the second season, as well as revealing story details on the next chapter! RELATED: Warrior Season 2 Teaser: The Battle for San Francisco Continues PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = ...
Tags: TV, Cinemax, TV News, TV Premiere Date, Warrior


Devo De-Evolves the Rolling Stones’ “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”: See Their Groundbreaking Music Video and Saturday Night Live Performance (1978)

In 1978, the debut album by a forcefully idiosyncratic new wave band out of Akron, Ohio both asked and answered a question: Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! When we look back on the still-active group's career more than 40 years later, we may still ask ourselves who, or what, Devo are. Given that they're a rock band — albeit only just recognizable as one at the time they hit it big — we could define them by their songs. Were Devo made Devo by their their first single, "Mongoloid"? Or w...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Music, Television, College, Neil Young, Mtv, Mick Jagger, Seoul, Jagger, Facebook Twitter, Roberts, Akron Ohio, Devo, Fred Willard, Padgett


The Rolling Stones Release a Long Lost Track Featuring Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page

The Rolling Stones are readying a re-release of their 1973 album Goats Head Soup in September, featuring demos and rarities and all sorts of goodies. Yesterday, they dropped the above song: “Scarlet.” Never bootlegged before, this firecracker of a track features Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page on guitar. The recording happened in October 1974, long, long after the recording of the Goats Head Soup tracks in Jamaica at Dynamic Sound Studios. In fact, they’d also finished recording It’s Only Rock...
Tags: Google, Music, London, College, Jamaica, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards, Page, Jimmy Page, Jagger, Keith, Zeppelin, Mott, Facebook Twitter, Richards, Mick Taylor


How One Small Agency Changed Advertising

Jon Bond and Richard Kirshenbaum are trying hard not to be seen, hiding in plain sight at the Pen & Pencil restaurant, an upscale eatery in Midtown Manhattan. It’s the lunchtime rush and the waiter, dressed in a crisp white shirt and black trousers has come over once, twice, to take their order but again they push him away. The two ad hustlers work at different advertising agencies but have a side gig that lets them meet during lunch hour to collaborate on freelance projects. The projects pay...
Tags: New York, London, Nbc, New York City, Advertising, America, Nike, United States, Ronald Reagan, Philippines, New York Times, New Jersey, Mick Jagger, Delta, Ikea, Manhattan


Watch Florian Schneider (RIP) in Classic Early Kraftwerk Performances

The seventies, am I right….? Not that I can claim to have experienced it firsthand. But if I could have been a witness to any period in pop history it would have been the decade in which experimental fusion movements invaded rock and roll. There was Miles Davis and his protegees, of course. But there was much more besides: The Wailers’ fusion of rock, reggae, and soul; Fela Kuti’s fusion of Ghanaian high life, James Brown funk, and Nigerian jazz; Ryuchi Sakamoto’s fusion of indigenous, c...
Tags: Google, Music, College, Pink Floyd, James Brown, Dusseldorf, David Bowie, Miles Davis, Kraftwerk, Rolling Stone, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Bowie, Jagger, Facebook Twitter, Schneider, Nagoya Japan


Serve People Organized Chaos. They Will Thrive.

By David Bruel & Frank Pagano Spoiler Alert This short piece is not about innovation. It’s about the culture needed to win in an ever changing marketplace, especially after Covid 19. Yes, you will need chaos – yet of a special kind – to survive, thrive and win, all thanks to the right people. All you have to do is serve them an unorthodox career path, with apparently unstructured processes. Go wild.    A Lifetime Made of Yearly Goals (Frank) Here is a small slice from today’s co...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Spotify, Leadership, US, Innovation, Zappos, Hbr, Ideo, Jagger, Gant, VUCA, David Bruel Frank Pagano


Mick Jagger and Will Smith to perform in India Covid-19 concert

International and Indian celebrities to take part from home in fundraising eventCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageMick Jagger and Will Smith will be among dozens of international and Indian celebrities performing from their homes in a four-hour concert to raise funds for the battle against coronavirus in India, where the number of cases is surging.The country’s cricket captain Virat Kohli, actors Priyanka Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan are some of the top domestic names bill...
Tags: Music, Film, India, World news, South and Central Asia, Mick Jagger, Will Smith, Virat Kohli, Priyanka Chopra, Shah Rukh Khan, Jagger, Coronavirus outbreak


staircase links

---The Big Lebowski's dream---the tower sequence of Vertigo (1958)---the Moloch dream of Metropolis (1927)---"She Bop" by Cyndi Lauper---the fight on the stairs in Atomic Blonde (2017)---the stairway shootout in The Untouchables (1987)---the Odessa staircase sequence of Battleship Potemkin (1925)---the milk scene of Suspicion (1941)---the kiss on the stairs of Clueless (1995)---the Escher staircase in Inception (2010)---"Go West" by the Pet Shop Boys---Jagger and Gideon in All That Jazz (1979)-...
Tags: Movies, Madonna, Metropolis, The Big Lebowski, Stairs, Odessa, Wolf, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Jagger, Gideon, Cyndi Lauper, Donnie Darko, Lebowski, Notorious, The Untouchables, Atomic Blonde


The Rolling Stones Release a Timely Track, “Living in a Ghost Town”: Their First New Music in Eight Years

If there were ever a time to rush a pandemic-themed project to market, this is it. The move can seem well-intentioned, generous, or cynical, depending on the artist and the audience. The Rolling Stones proofed themselves against the latter criticism ages ago by building cynicism into their brand. They know what their audience wants, and they consistently deliver, decade after decade, playing the hits. When vague social commentary slips into a Stones tune, it vibrates at the same frequenc...
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Lady Gaga's One World Concert: Pop Music Faces the Coronavirus in Prime Time

Lady Gaga, the Rolling Stones, Billie Eilish and more took over the major networks for a Global Citizen event celebrating essential workers and supporting the World Health Organization.
Tags: Television, Beyonce, News, Billie, Colbert, John, Lady Gaga, Keys, Smith, Eddie, Celine, Taylor, Swift, Wood, Mccartney, Stephen


How the ‘Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World’ Got Its Logo

On the 50th anniversary of his famous “tongue and lips” emblem for the Rolling Stones, John Pasche says he had no expectations it would become so famous, or lucrative.
Tags: Art, News, Warhol, Logos, Andy, Jagger, Mick, Rolling Stones, Advertising and Marketing, Victoria and Albert Museum, Pop and Rock Music, Copyrights and Copyright Violations, John Pasche, Royal College of Art (London, Pasche, John (1945-


staircase links

---The Big Lebowski's dream---the tower sequence of Vertigo (1958)---the Moloch dream of Metropolis (1927)---"She Bop" by Cyndi Lauper---the fight on the stairs in Atomic Blonde (2017)---the stairway shootout in The Untouchables (1987)---the Odessa staircase sequence of Battleship Potemkin (1925)---the milk scene of Suspicion (1941)---the kiss on the stairs of Clueless (1995)---the Escher staircase in Inception (2010)---"Go West" by the Pet Shop Boys---Jagger and Gideon in All That Jazz (1979)-...
Tags: Movies, Odessa, Wolf, Jagger, Gideon, Cyndi Lauper, Donnie Darko, Lebowski, The Film Doctor, Arbogast


stairs links

 ---The Big Lebowski's dream---the tower sequence of Vertigo (1958)---the Moloch dream of Metropolis (1927)---"She Bop" by Cyndi Lauper---the fight on the stairs in Atomic Blonde (2017)---the stairway shootout in The Untouchables (1987)---the Odessa staircase sequence of Battleship Potemkin (1925)---the milk scene of Suspicion (1941)---the kiss on the stairs of Clueless (1995)---the Escher staircase in Inception (2010)---"Go West" by the Pet Shop Boys---Jagger and Gideon in All That Jazz (1979)-...
Tags: Movies, Madonna, Odessa, Wolf, Jagger, Gideon, Cyndi Lauper, Tom Petty, Donnie Darko, Lebowski, The Film Doctor, Arbogast


‘Dracula’ actor Claes Bang talks new film with Mick Jagger and Donald Sutherland

For Danish actor Claes Bang, life divides neatly on either side of “The Square.” Bang, who stars in the new psychological thriller “The Burnt Orange Heresy,” was relatively unknown outside of his homeland before the 2017 Swedish release “The Square” won the Cannes Film Festival’s Palme d’Or and later garnered an Academy Award nomination for best foreign film. After “The Square” — for which Bang won best actor at the European Film Awards — the English-speaking world took notice, and the suddenly ...
Tags: Milan, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Sport, Bbc, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, Donald Sutherland, Mick Jagger, Bang, Sam Smith, Showtime, Beverly Hills, Cbs, Sherlock Holmes


Watch Mick Jagger In The Trailer For Art World Thriller The Burnt Orange Heresy

Over the decades, Mick Jagger has maintained a spotty and inconsistent acting career. This makes sense. Jagger has another job that's kept him plenty busy, and he's so iconic and recognizable that he can't really disappear into a role, however talented he may be. But it's still fascinating to look back at the relatively rare … More »
Tags: Music, News, Mick Jagger, Jagger, Burnt Orange Heresy


Nvidia’s new AI can make anyone move like Jagger with just a single photo

Nvidia‘s research team has just developed a new AI that can use an existing video and just one image to make the person in the image imitate moves from the video. Technically, the method known as video-to-video synthesis takes an input video like a segmentation mask or human poses to turn it into a photorealistic video using an image.   The research team said there are two major problems with the current set of AI models trying to achieve the same: First, these models need a trove of target imag...
Tags: Startups, Artificial Intelligence, Nvidia, Jagger


Retiring From Ballet Theater, a Dancer Gets What She Needs

After 15 years, Melanie Hamrick, a ravishing mainstay of the corps de ballet, opens the next chapter: choreography and raising her son with Mick Jagger.
Tags: News, Dancing, Jagger, Mick, Ballet Theater, Melanie, Hamrick, American Ballet Theater, Melanie Hamrick, Apollo (Ballet