History Music / TheRollingStones

16th Feb '18 10:38:47 PM nombretomado
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** Creator/PhilSpector and Gene Pitney play maracas and piano, respectively, on "Little By Little".

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** Creator/PhilSpector Music/PhilSpector and Gene Pitney play maracas and piano, respectively, on "Little By Little".
4th Feb '18 9:00:42 AM nombretomado
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* NewYorkCityCops: From "Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)":
-->''The police in New York City\\
Chased a boy right through the park\\
In a case of {{mistaken identity}}\\
They put a bullet through his heart''
3rd Jan '18 1:17:45 AM bt8257
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3rd Dec '17 7:39:35 AM extrapettyhoe
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** There is also a {{Main/Foil}} to it; the Stones were considered the "less wholesome" counterpart to Music/TheBeatles.
29th Nov '17 4:12:49 PM Mdumas43073
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** Sadly, this is more or less what happened to Brian Jones as the '60s progressed. Originally the Stones' leader, Jones was relegated to an [[OutOfFocus increasingly secondary role]] due to the emergence of the Jagger-Richards partnership (Jones didn't write any songs, which made him far less important as the group's commercial ambitions grew), deteriorating personal relations with his bandmates (exacerbated by a LoveTriangle between Jones, Richards, and Anita Pallenberg), and his own personal problems (including severe drug and alcohol abuse). As a result of all this, Jones contributed little to the Stones' music after 1967; his final album with the band, ''Music/LetItBleed'', features him on just two tracks (congas on "Midnight Rambler" and autoharp on "You Got The Silver").

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** Sadly, this is more or less what happened to Brian Jones as the '60s progressed. Originally the Stones' leader, Jones was relegated to an [[OutOfFocus increasingly secondary role]] due to the emergence of the Jagger-Richards partnership (Jones didn't write any songs, which made him far less important as the group's commercial ambitions grew), deteriorating personal relations with his bandmates (exacerbated by a LoveTriangle between Jones, Richards, and Anita Pallenberg), and his own personal problems (including severe drug and alcohol abuse). As a result of all this, Jones contributed little to the Stones' music after 1967; his final album with the band, ''Music/LetItBleed'', features him on just two tracks (congas on "Midnight Rambler" and autoharp on "You Got The Silver").
22nd Nov '17 10:17:10 PM Mdumas43073
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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Keith Richards (numerous songs including "You Got the Silver", "Happy", "Before They Make Me Run", "Little T&A", etc.); Bill Wyman ("In Another Land"); Brian Jones (co-lead vocals on "Walking the Dog").

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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Keith Richards (numerous songs including "You Got the Silver", "Happy", "Before They Make Me Run", "Little T&A", etc.); Bill Wyman ("In Another Land"); Brian Jones (co-lead (harmony vocals on "Walking the Dog").
19th Oct '17 6:09:46 AM Mdumas43073
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* SomethingBlues: "Stray Cat Blues", "Ventilator Blues"

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* SomethingBlues: "Stray Cat Blues", "Ventilator Blues", "Fancy Man Blues"



* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Keith Richards (numerous songs including "You Got the Silver", "Happy", "Before They Make Me Run", "Little T&A", etc.); Bill Wyman ("In Another Land"); Brian Jones (co-lead vocals on "Walking The Dog").

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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Keith Richards (numerous songs including "You Got the Silver", "Happy", "Before They Make Me Run", "Little T&A", etc.); Bill Wyman ("In Another Land"); Brian Jones (co-lead vocals on "Walking The the Dog").
15th Oct '17 3:04:40 PM nombretomado
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The band's early recordings largely consisted of covers of American blues and R&B songs. The earliest songs written by the band were credited under the pseudonym Nanker/Phlege. After first achieving success in the UK with a cover of Lennon–[=McCartney=]'s "I Wanna Be Your Man" in late 1963, they became popular in the US during TheBritishInvasion in 1964. However, their first U.S. tour was famous as a disaster, where the band had no major hit to tour on, were mocked by Music/DeanMartin on national TV and regularly failed to sell tickets well. Their 1965 singles "The Last Time" and "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" as well as their third album ''Music/OutOfOurHeads'' shot the Stones into superstardom.

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The band's early recordings largely consisted of covers of American blues and R&B songs. The earliest songs written by the band were credited under the pseudonym Nanker/Phlege. After first achieving success in the UK with a cover of Lennon–[=McCartney=]'s "I Wanna Be Your Man" in late 1963, they became popular in the US during TheBritishInvasion UsefulNotes/TheBritishInvasion in 1964. However, their first U.S. tour was famous as a disaster, where the band had no major hit to tour on, were mocked by Music/DeanMartin on national TV and regularly failed to sell tickets well. Their 1965 singles "The Last Time" and "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" as well as their third album ''Music/OutOfOurHeads'' shot the Stones into superstardom.
9th Sep '17 5:30:17 PM nombretomado
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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 Music/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 "[[Creator/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 Music/TheSmiths 13 years later.
6th Sep '17 3:13:21 PM Mdumas43073
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* NonAppearingTitle: "Sympathy For The Devil," "Let It Bleed"

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* NonAppearingTitle: "Sympathy For The for the Devil," "Let It Bleed"



* ProtestSong: "Street Fighting Man", "We Love You", "Salt Of The Earth", "Fingerprint File", "Hang Fire", "Undercover Of The Night", "Highwire", "Sweet Neo Con"

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* ProtestSong: "Street Fighting Man", "We Love You", "Salt Of The of the Earth", "Fingerprint File", "Hang Fire", "Undercover Of The of the Night", "Highwire", "Sweet Neo Con"



* RefrainFromAssuming: "Sympathy For The Devil" really doesn't count, but certainly somebody will call it "Pleased To Meet You."

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* RefrainFromAssuming: "Sympathy For The for the Devil" really doesn't count, but certainly somebody will call it "Pleased To to Meet You."



* RockMeAsmodeus: "Sympathy For The Devil"

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* RockMeAsmodeus: "Sympathy For The for the Devil"



** Jazz great Sonny Rollins plays saxophone on "Waiting For A Friend".
** [[Music/TheYardbirds Jimmy]] [[Music/LedZeppelin Page]] plays guitar on "One Hit (To The Body)".

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** Jazz great Sonny Rollins plays saxophone on "Waiting For A for a Friend".
** [[Music/TheYardbirds Jimmy]] [[Music/LedZeppelin Page]] plays guitar on "One Hit (To The the Body)".



** ''Shine A Light'' includes guest appearances by Music/ChristinaAguilera ("Live With Me"), Music/JackWhite ("Loving Cup"), and Buddy Guy ("Champagne And Reefer").
** Music/DavidBowie sang co-lead on the original recording of "It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It)", although his vocals were wiped for the finished version. Ditto [[Music/TheWho Pete Townshend]] on "Slave".
* {{Spicy Latina}}s: The "Puerto Rican girls who are just ''dying'' to meet you" in "Miss You."
* SpokenWordInMusic: Several of their songs have brief spoken-word bits from Jagger: "Something Happened To Me Yesterday", "Fingerprint File", "Miss You", "Far Away Eyes", "Slave", "Tops", etc.

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** ''Shine A a Light'' includes guest appearances by Music/ChristinaAguilera ("Live With Me"), Music/JackWhite ("Loving Cup"), and Buddy Guy ("Champagne And Reefer").
** Music/DavidBowie sang co-lead on the original recording of "It's Only Rock 'N' 'n' Roll (But I Like It)", although his vocals were wiped for the finished version. Ditto [[Music/TheWho Pete Townshend]] on "Slave".
* {{Spicy Latina}}s: The "Puerto Rican girls who are who're just ''dying'' to meet you" in "Miss You."
* SpokenWordInMusic: Several of their songs have brief spoken-word bits from Jagger: "Something Happened To to Me Yesterday", "Fingerprint File", "Miss You", "Far Away Eyes", "Slave", "Tops", etc.



* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Keith Richards (numerous songs including "You Got The Silver", "Happy", "Before They Make Me Run", "Little T&A", etc.); Bill Wyman ("In Another Land"); Brian Jones (co-lead vocals on "Walking The Dog").

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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Keith Richards (numerous songs including "You Got The the Silver", "Happy", "Before They Make Me Run", "Little T&A", etc.); Bill Wyman ("In Another Land"); Brian Jones (co-lead vocals on "Walking The Dog").



* WhoShotJFK: In "Sympathy For The Devil:" "After all, it was you and me."

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* WhoShotJFK: In "Sympathy For The for the Devil:" "After all, it was you and me."



* WordSaladLyrics: "2000 Light Years From Home"
* WorkingClassHero: Semi-subverted with "Salt Of The Earth".

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* WordSaladLyrics: "2000 Light Years From from Home"
* WorkingClassHero: Semi-subverted with "Salt Of The of the Earth".
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