Friday, November 30, 2018

Mick Jagger Interview RollingStones







MICK Being Interviewed




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MICK JAGGER Gives some Good Answers


To Reporterr's STUPID QUESTIOS


JAGGER Interview Highlights


With DICK CAVETT , LARRY KING and ...






Dick Cavett Interviews MICK JAGGER before MSG Concert

In NEW YORK


Cavett ask Mick about Plates being passed around at a party with White Powdery Stuff on the plates, suggesting without actually saying that it's Cocaine on the plates. Mick eludes to this question and tells Dick Cavett that it was Vitamins and Salt on the plates. Jagger says, "yeah, Vitamin A, B, C, & Vitamin D" ... Mick says , "You have to drink a lot of water with the salt."




GREAT JOB MICK





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The BIG LEBOWSKI COOKBOOK

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Thursday, November 29, 2018

STONES No Filter Tour 2019

 
 
The ROLLING STONES No Filter Tour 2019
 
"I'll be there!"
 
Metlife Stadium , East Rutherford , NJ June 13, 2019
 
"CAN'T WAIT"
 
"I Listen to STONES MUSIC Everyday."
 
"Doesn't EVERYBODY" ???
Keith Richards is on the phone talking about one of his favorite subjects.
“The rhythm section … I love rhythm sections, it all starts there,” says the Rolling Stones guitarist as if describing the Book of Genesis. At his most eloquent, as in the passages from his 2010 memoir, “Life,” when he reminisced about the days when he’d press his ear to a phonograph speaker to better hear the interplay of the Jimmy Reed or Muddy Waters band, the back-line figured mightily in his understanding of how music moved the soul.
Now he was thinking about his Stones compatriot, drummer Charlie Watts, possibly for a number of reasons. There’s no doubt that the ebb-and-flow between Watts and Richards gives the best Stones music its eternal elasticity, and puts some jump in the band’s hits-dominated stadium tours. But in an interview earlier this year with the Guardian, Watts cast some doubt on his desire to keep the road show rolling. “It wouldn’t bother me if the Rolling Stones said that’s it ... enough,” the 77-year-old drummer said.
The comment was made several months before the Stones announced a 2019 tour of America, including concerts on June 21 and 25 at Soldier Field (tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday). Richards wanted to make it clear that one of the biggest reasons the Stones aren’t calling it a career just yet is because of their drummer’s ability to keep swinging. .
 
 
The GIRL
 
With The "FAR AWAY EYES"
 
 
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The BIG LEBOWSKI COOKBOOK
 
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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

TUMBLING DICE Exile MainStreet STONES






The ROLLING STONES


Exile on Main Street







LET IT LOOSE

EXILE on MAIN STREET



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TUMBLING DICE


"YOU GOT ROLL ME"


"Oh YEAH"





MICK JAGGER and KEITH RICHARDS


KEEF'S HOUSE


The SOUTH of FRANCE


Recording Sessions


EXILE on MAIN STREET





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ROCKS OFF Exile Main Street







MICK



Rocks Off Video



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ROCKS OFF

Video shot on SUPER 8 by ROBERT FRANK


Los Angelos and The Streets of NEW YORK


1971


ROCKS OFF from EXILE on MAIN STREET




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LOANS and MUSIC


MICK JAGGER

and other People


The STREETS of NEW YORK


ROCKS OFF Video



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MICK and MICK


Taylor and Jagger


ROCKS OFF


EXILE on MAIN STREET




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KEEF


ROCKS OFF


EXILE on MAIN STREET



Keith Richards






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Dead Flowers Live MARQUEE CLUB 1971






MICK and KEEF


The MARQUEE CLUB

LONDON

1971







"DEAD FLOWERS"


The ROLLING STONES


Live at The MARQUEE CLUB


1971

with MICK TAYLOR in the Band








MICK JAGGER


Live at The MARQUEE CLUB







STICKY FINGERS


Album Design by ANDY WARHOL


Including The ROLLING STONES Iconic Logo




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YouCantAlwaysGetWhatYouWant Mick Jagger Stones







MICK JAGGER


And The ROLLING STONES

The DAVID FROST SHOW

"YOU CAN'T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT"



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Tuesday, November 6, 2018

START ME UP WIndows 95



The ROLLING STONES



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START ME UP

GREAT SONG

"I LOVE IT"

Cheezy Music Video


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Legend tells that Bill Gates paid something like $14 million to the Rolling Stones to use their song “Start Me Up” in the very first Microsoft television commercial, created by Wieden+Kennedy.

It was August 1995. The commercial was for Windows 95, and the story goes that Bill Gates got the idea from the “start button” feature on the launch screen. Gates was said to have personally asked Mick Jagger how much it would cost to use the song. Jagger, being a rock rebel to his core, tossed out a number in the millions, hoping to dissuade Gates.
We now know that it was actually $3 million, according to now retired Microsoft chief operating officer Bob Herbold. And it was well worth the cost to launch a campaign that made Microsoft a household name at a time when only 3 percent of consumers even knew the company made software.
Whatever the legend tells, the fact still remains: Because of that recognizable song, the Windows 95 campaign was the first grand celebration of the Microsoft brand, and still holds up as one of their most memorable.


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