History Music / TheRollingStones

11th Aug '16 9:42:54 PM Mdumas43073
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* OneSteveLimit: Averted during Mick Taylor's time with the band.
21st Jul '16 2:21:53 PM MyFinalEdits
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* BadToTheBone: "Gimme Shelter"
** Pretty {{Iron|y}}ic, if you know the lyrics.
* BathroomStallGraffiti: The ''Music/BeggarsBanquet'' cover. Decca Records found it so offensive at the time that they refused to use it, substituting a [[MinimalisticCoverArt plain white cover]] with a fake dinner invitation instead. The bathroom cover would eventually be restored for the album's CD reissue.
** The controversy over the intended cover actually led to the album's release being delayed by several months... during which [[Music/TheBeatles another little-known English pop group]] happened to release [[Music/TheWhiteAlbum a double album with an all-white cover]] of their own. This led to the Stones being accused of ripping off said album cover come the release of ''[[Music/BeggarsBanquet Banquet]]'', while they themselves never had anything to do with it.

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* %%* BadToTheBone: "Gimme Shelter"
** Pretty {{Iron|y}}ic, if you know the lyrics.
* BathroomStallGraffiti: The ''Music/BeggarsBanquet'' cover. Decca Records found it so offensive at the time that they refused to use it, substituting a [[MinimalisticCoverArt plain white cover]] with a fake dinner invitation instead. The bathroom cover would eventually be restored for the album's CD reissue.
**
reissue. The controversy over the intended cover actually led to the album's release being delayed by several months... during which [[Music/TheBeatles another little-known English pop group]] happened to release [[Music/TheWhiteAlbum a double album with an all-white cover]] of their own. This led to the Stones being accused of ripping off said album cover come the release of ''[[Music/BeggarsBanquet Banquet]]'', while they themselves never had anything to do with it.



** To add to that story, Richards only stopped Jagger from falling out of the window because Mick was wearing Keith's wedding jacket at the time.



** YiddishAsASecondLanguage:



* BreakupSong: "Angie"
** Actually more of a "getting clean" - despite the common assumption that "Angie" is a woman - supposedly Music/DavidBowie's first wife, Angela - Keith Richards has stated that he wrote the song while detoxifying in Switzerland, and that Angie is a pseudonym for heroin.

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* BreakupSong: "Angie"
** Actually more of a "getting clean" - despite the common assumption that "Angie" is a woman - supposedly Music/DavidBowie's first wife, Angela - Keith Richards has stated that he wrote the song while detoxifying in Switzerland, and that Angie is a pseudonym for heroin.
%%*¨BreakupSong: "Angie"



* ClusterFBomb: "Star Star"
** Which was originally called "Starfucker", but had the title changed after Atlantic Records boss Ahmet Ertegun managed to get them to do so. He couldn't make them remove the profanity though.

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* ClusterFBomb: "Star Star"
** Which
Star". It was originally called "Starfucker", but had the title changed after Atlantic Records boss Ahmet Ertegun managed to get them to do so. He couldn't make them remove the profanity though.
20th Jun '16 1:16:35 PM bt8257
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* HypocriticalHumour: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcsVz6jo5MM This video Mick and Charlie did]] for Creator/MontyPython's reunion show in 2014.

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* HypocriticalHumour: HypocriticalHumor: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcsVz6jo5MM This video Mick and Charlie did]] for Creator/MontyPython's reunion show in 2014.



** LongRunnerLineup: Two of them:
*** Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, Ronnie Wood: 1975-1992
*** Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood: Since 1992

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** LongRunnerLineup: LongRunnerLineUp: Two of them:
*** Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, Ronnie Wood: 1975-1992
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*** Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood: Since 19921993
3rd May '16 12:26:51 PM Mdumas43073
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* 1964 - ''Five By Five'' [[note]]This EP was not released in the US[[/note]]

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* 1964 - ''Five By by Five'' [[note]]This EP was not released in the US[[/note]]
2nd May '16 7:45:26 AM Mdumas43073
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* 1970 - ''Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! The Rolling Stones In Concert''

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* 1970 - ''Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! The Rolling Stones In in Concert''



* 1996 - ''The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus'' [[note]]Recorded in 1968, also features Music/JethroTull, Music/TheWho, Taj Mahal, Music/MarianneFaithfull and The Dirty Mac (Music/JohnLennon, Music/EricClapton, Music/KeithRichards, [[Music/JimiHendrix Mitch Mitchell]] plus Music/YokoOno and Ivry Gitlis)[[/note]]

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* 1996 - ''The Rolling Stones Rock And and Roll Circus'' [[note]]Recorded in 1968, also features Music/JethroTull, Music/TheWho, Taj Mahal, Music/MarianneFaithfull and The Dirty Mac (Music/JohnLennon, Music/EricClapton, Music/KeithRichards, [[Music/JimiHendrix Mitch Mitchell]] plus Music/YokoOno and Ivry Gitlis)[[/note]]



* 2008 - ''Shine A Light''

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* 2008 - ''Shine A a Light''



* 2011 - ''Some Girls: Live In Texas '78''

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* 2011 - ''Some Girls: Live In in Texas '78''



* 2012 - ''Live At The Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago 1981'' [[note]]A collaboration with Music/MuddyWaters[[/note]]
* 2012 - ''Live At The Tokyo Dome'' [[note]]Recorded in 1990[[/note]]
* 2012 - ''Light The Fuse'' [[note]]Recorded in 2005[[/note]]
* 2012 - ''Live At Leeds'' [[note]]Recorded in 1982[[/note]]

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* 2012 - ''Live At The at the Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago 1981'' [[note]]A collaboration with Music/MuddyWaters[[/note]]
* 2012 - ''Live At The at the Tokyo Dome'' [[note]]Recorded in 1990[[/note]]
* 2012 - ''Light The the Fuse'' [[note]]Recorded in 2005[[/note]]
* 2012 - ''Live At at Leeds'' [[note]]Recorded in 1982[[/note]]



** ''I Want To Be Loved'' as the B-side

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** ''I Want To to Be Loved'' as the B-side



** ''Little By Little'' as the UK B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1964 album ''The Rolling Stones''[[/note]]

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** ''Little By by Little'' as the UK B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1964 album ''The Rolling Stones''[[/note]]



* 1964 - ''Time Is On My Side'' [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1965 album ''The Rolling Stones No.2''[[/note]]

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* 1964 - ''Time Is On on My Side'' [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1965 album ''The Rolling Stones No.2''[[/note]]



** ''Off The Hook'' as the B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on ''The Rolling Stones No.2''[[/note]]
* 1965 - ''The Last Time'' [[note]]Otherwise available on the US version of ''Out Of Our Heads, but not on a UK album[[/note]]
** ''Play With Fire'' as the B-Side [[note]]Otherwise available on ''Out Of Our Heads'', but on the US version only; not on a UK album[[/note]]
* 1965 - ''(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction'' [[note]]Again, available on the US version of ''Out Of Our Heads'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]
** ''The Spider And The Fly'' as the UK B-side [[note]]Available on the US version of ''Out Of Our Heads'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]
*** ''The Under Assistant West Coast Promotional Man'' as the US B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1965 album ''Out Of Our Heads''[[/note]]
* 1965 - ''Get Off Of My Cloud'' [[note]]Otherwise available on ''December's Children (And Everybody's)'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]
** ''The Singer Not The Song'' as the UK B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on the US album ''December's Children (And Everybody's)'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]
*** ''I'm Free'' as the US B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on the standard version of ''Out Of Our Heads''[[/note]]

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** ''Off The the Hook'' as the B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on ''The Rolling Stones No.2''[[/note]]
* 1965 - ''The Last Time'' [[note]]Otherwise available on the US version of ''Out Of of Our Heads, Heads'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]
** ''Play With with Fire'' as the B-Side [[note]]Otherwise available on ''Out Of of Our Heads'', but on the US version only; not on a UK album[[/note]]
* 1965 - ''(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction'' [[note]]Again, available on the US version of ''Out Of of Our Heads'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]
** ''The Spider And The and the Fly'' as the UK B-side [[note]]Available on the US version of ''Out Of of Our Heads'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]
*** ''The Under Assistant West Coast Promotional Promotion Man'' as the US B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1965 album ''Out Of of Our Heads''[[/note]]
* 1965 - ''Get Off Of of My Cloud'' [[note]]Otherwise available on ''December's Children (And Everybody's)'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]
** ''The Singer Not The the Song'' as the UK B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on the US album ''December's Children (And Everybody's)'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]
*** ''I'm Free'' as the US B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on the standard version of ''Out Of of Our Heads''[[/note]]



** ''Gotta Get Away'' as the B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on the non-US version of ''Out Of Our Heads''[[/note]]

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** ''Gotta Get Away'' as the B-side [[note]]Otherwise available on the non-US version of ''Out Of of Our Heads''[[/note]]



* 1967 - ''Let's Spend The Night Together'' [[note]]Otherwise available on the US version of ''Between The Buttons'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]
** ''Ruby Tuesday'' as a double A-side [[note]]Otherwise available on the US edition of ''Between The Buttons'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]

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* 1967 - ''Let's Spend The the Night Together'' [[note]]Otherwise available on the US version of ''Between The the Buttons'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]
** ''Ruby Tuesday'' as a double A-side [[note]]Otherwise available on the US edition of ''Between The the Buttons'', but not on a UK album[[/note]]



** ''Through The Lonely Nights'' as the B-side

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** ''Through The the Lonely Nights'' as the B-side



** ''Try A Little Harder'' as the B-side
* 1975 - ''Out Of Time'' [[note]]Not the version available on their 1966 album ''Aftermath''[[/note]]

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** ''Try A a Little Harder'' as the B-side
* 1975 - ''Out Of of Time'' [[note]]Not the version available on their 1966 album ''Aftermath''[[/note]]



** ''Everything Is Turning To Gold'' as the B-side

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** ''Everything Is Turning To to Gold'' as the B-side



* 1989 - ''Rock And A Hard Place'' [[note]]Otherwise available on their album ''Steel Wheels''[[/note]]

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* 1989 - ''Rock And A and a Hard Place'' [[note]]Otherwise available on their album ''Steel Wheels''[[/note]]



** ''Jump On Top Of Me'' as the B-side
* 1994 - ''Out Of Tears'' [[note]]Available on ''Voodoo Lounge''[[/note]]

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** ''Jump On on Top Of of Me'' as the B-side
* 1994 - ''Out Of of Tears'' [[note]]Available on ''Voodoo Lounge''[[/note]]



*** ''Gimme Shelter'' and ''Anybody Seen My Baby'' as the second and third B-side [[note]]''Gimme Shelter'' is a live recording not available elsewhere, and ''Anybody Seen My Baby'' is otherwise available on ''Bridges To Babylon''[[/note]]

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*** ''Gimme Shelter'' and ''Anybody Seen My Baby'' as the second and third B-side [[note]]''Gimme Shelter'' is a live recording not available elsewhere, and ''Anybody Seen My Baby'' is otherwise available on ''Bridges To to Babylon''[[/note]]



* 2012 - ''Doom And Gloom''
** ''Doom And Gloom'' as the B-side [[note]]Remix of the A-side, ''Doom And Gloom''[[/note]]

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* 2012 - ''Doom And and Gloom''
** ''Doom And and Gloom'' as the B-side [[note]]Remix of the A-side, ''Doom And and Gloom''[[/note]]
2nd May '16 7:41:41 AM Mdumas43073
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* '''Ian Stewart''' - piano, keyboard, organ, percussion (1962-1963, died 1985) [[note]]Demoted to Road Manager and Studio and Touring Musician in 1963 until his death in 1985[[/note]]

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* '''Ian "Stu" Stewart''' - piano, keyboard, organ, percussion (1962-1963, died 1985) [[note]]Demoted to Road Manager and Studio and Touring Musician in 1963 until his death in 1985[[/note]]



* 1972 - ''Music/ExileOnMainSt.''

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* 1972 - ''Music/ExileOnMainSt.''''Music/ExileOnMainSt''
24th Apr '16 5:29:50 PM aye_amber
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** Actually more of a "getting clean" - despite the common assumption that "Angie" is a woman - supposedly DavidBowie's first wife, Angela - Keith Richards has stated that he wrote the song while detoxifying in Switzerland, and that Angie is a pseudonym for heroin.

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** Actually more of a "getting clean" - despite the common assumption that "Angie" is a woman - supposedly DavidBowie's Music/DavidBowie's first wife, Angela - Keith Richards has stated that he wrote the song while detoxifying in Switzerland, and that Angie is a pseudonym for heroin.
20th Apr '16 5:44:52 AM aye_amber
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** The crotch-area and backside pictured on the cover art of ''Music/StickyFingers'' is not that of Mick Jagger, but of "[[AndyWarhol Warhol Superstar]]", model Joe Dallasandro (Warhol designed the cover art). A photo of Joe's bare chest was featured on the cover of the debut album by TheSmiths 13 years later.

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** The crotch-area and backside pictured on the cover art of ''Music/StickyFingers'' is not that of Mick Jagger, but of "[[AndyWarhol Warhol Superstar]]", model Joe Dallasandro (Warhol designed the cover art). A photo of Joe's bare chest was featured on the cover of the debut album by TheSmiths Music/TheSmiths 13 years later.
7th Apr '16 9:44:21 PM CassandraLeo
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* CountryMusic: They have written a sizeable number of songs in this genre of varying degrees of sincerity. From ''Music/StickyFingers'' we have the example of "Dead Flowers" which is an AntiLoveSong featuring deliberately trashy musicianship intended to sound like the band members themselves were trashed when they recorded it. The same album also contains the example of "Wild Horses", which is played completely seriously and, like many of the best songs of the genre, is utterly heartbreaking.
2nd Apr '16 12:21:23 PM Tapol
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[[caption-width-right:350: The classic line-up of The Rolling Stones. From left to right: Music/MickJagger, Music/BrianJones, Music/KeithRichards, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: The classic [[TheSixties Sixties]] line-up of The Rolling Stones. From left to right: Music/MickJagger, Music/BrianJones, Music/KeithRichards, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts.]]
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