Friday, December 31, 2021

Keef Jack Daniels Whiskey Coffee Mug tshirt

 




"KEEF & JD"

JACK DANIELS WHISKEY









Keef & JD






KEITH & COFFEE !!!





KEEF & JACK DANIELS



"YES It's for DRINKNG WHISKEY TOO" !!!










KEITH RICHARDS on STAGE



KEEF on STAHE with JD & SOme COORS BEER

"ROCK ON" !!!








Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Being Mick Jagger Documentary

 





Mock Jagger

"Being Mick"

The DOCUMENTARY



FULL MOVIE




"BEING MICK"

DOCUMENTARY FILM

Mick Jagger















Friday, October 29, 2021

Rolling Stones - Some Girls

 




The STONES

GREEN EYED MICK

by Bellino







GREEN EYED MICK

From SOME GIRLS








The ROLLING STONES

"SOME GIRLS"













The ROLLING STONES














Thursday, October 14, 2021

STONES Memory Motel Montauk NY

 




The ROLLING STONES







The ROLLING STONES


MEMORY MOTEL



MEMORY MOTEL, The ROLLING STONES

Lyrics & Music : Jagger, Richards

1976

"Memory Motel" is a ballad song from English rock band the Rolling Stones' 1976 album Black and Blue. The song is credited to singer Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards (named Richard at the time). It's one of the few which feature both members sharing lead vocals. The song is more than seven minutes long, one of the longest by the Rolling Stones.


The title comes from an actual motel in Montauk, on Long Island. The lyrics to the song have long drawn speculation as to who the "Hannah baby" in the lyrics refer to. Carly Simon is often a name considered, due to Jagger's descriptions of the woman throughout the song. Jagger describes her thus:Jagger began writing the song before beginning the Stones' Tour of the Americas '75 while staying with Richards at Andy Warhol's house in Montauk, New York and finished it while on tour. This is reflected in the song's lyrics where Jagger describes having to leave for Baton Rouge, where the Stones played two warm up shows at Louisiana State University, and where he describes subsequent experiences on the road.

Hannah honey was a peachy kind of girl; Her eyes were hazel and her nose was slightly curved....

Her eyes were hazel and her teeth were slightly curved; She took my guitar and she began to play, She sang a song to me, Stuck right in my brain... When I asked her where she headed for, "Back up to Boston, I’m singing in a bar

The lyrics talk of the fading love brought on by a one-night stand at said motel. The song describes the female subject as a strong, independent woman, comparable in many ways to the female subject of "Ruby Tuesday", with Richards repeated refrain:

She got a mind of her own and she use it well...





Andy Warhol's Compound

Montauk, New York





KEEF Cooking at ANDY WARHOL'S House

MONTAUL, Long Island


The BADASS COOKBOOK






The MEMORY MOTEL

MONTAUK, NY








The ROLLING STONES








 





Monday, September 27, 2021

Mick Jagger "Moody Mick" Tee

 

 




MICK JAGGER

"LOOKING MOODY"

by Bellino










MICK JAGGER


by Bellino


MICK JAGGER







The ROLLING STONES

SOLD OUT






KEITH RICHARDS






The ROLLING STONES













MICK JAGGER




















Out of Time - Aftermath

 




The ROLLING STONES






The ROLLING STONES


"OUT of TIME"

1966






The ROLLING STONES










Exile on Main Street

 




The ROLLING STONES

EXILE on MAIN STREET







HAPPY







The ROLLING STONES 

LET IT LOOSE

EXILE on MAIN STREET








EXILE on MAIN STREET

"ROCKS OFF"





The ROLLING STONES





Sunday, September 26, 2021

Let It Bleed - STONES

 






LET IT BLEED

The ROLLING STONES






The ROLLING STONES 

YOU CAN"T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT

From LET IT BLEED   Album





The ROLLING STONES



STONES










LET BLEED  Album

The ROLLING STONES


Let It Bleed is the eighth British and tenth American studio album by English rock band the Rolling Stones, released in December 1969 by Decca Records in the United Kingdom and London Records in the United States. Released shortly after the band's 1969 American Tour, it is the follow-up to 1968's Beggars Banquet. As with Beggars Banquet, the album marks a return to the group's more blues-sound approach that was prominent in the pre-Aftermath period of their career. Additional sounds on the album draw influence from gospel, country blues and country rock.

The album was recorded during a period of turmoil in the band; Brian Jones, the band's founder and original leader, had become increasingly unreliable in the studio due to heavy drug use, and during most recording sessions was either absent, or so incapacitated that he was unable to contribute meaningfully. He was fired in the midst of recording sessions for this album, and replaced by Mick Taylor. Jones appeared on this album on only two songs, playing backing instruments, and died within a month of being fired.

Taylor had been hired after principal recording was complete on many of the tracks, and appears on two songs, having recorded some guitar overdubs. Keith Richards was the band's sole guitarist during most of the recording sessions, being responsible for nearly all of the rhythm and lead parts. The other Stones members (Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts) appear on nearly every track, with contributions by percussionist Jimmy Miller (who also produced the album), keyboardists Nicky Hopkins and Ian Stewart, and guest musicians including Ry Cooder.

The album charted top ten in several markets, including reaching number one in the UK and number three in the US. While no high-charting singles were released from the album, many of the album's songs became staples of Rolling Stones live shows and on rock radio stations for decades to come, including "Gimme Shelter" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want", both of them listed on "best ever" songs lists, including 2004's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time" by Rolling Stone magazine. The album was voted number 40 in Colin Larkin's All Time Top 1000 Albums 3rd edition (2000).  In 2005, the album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, and is on Rolling Stone'500 Greatest Albums of All Time list.








The ROLLING STONES


"GET YOURS TODAY" !!!!





The ROLLING STONES

Gimmie Shelter

MICK JAGGER - KEITH RICHARDS

CHARLIE WATTS - BILL WAYMAN

( Brian Jones ? & Mick Taylor on 2 tracks )

LET IT BLEED Album

1969







The Rolling Stones

"LET IT BLEED"









DECORATE YOUR HOME

With The STONES






"LET IT BLEED"