History Music / TheRollingStones

19th Feb '17 11:50:14 PM bt8257
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In 1968, the band recruited Jimmy Miller as producer, and chose to return to a back-to-basics approach to their music after the psychedelic excesses from the previous year. ''Music/BeggarsBanquet'' proved to be Brian Jones's last hurrah with the band, who was hit by another drug bust, and stopped making major contributions to the band's music. His health had also been affected by drug use, and as a result of the drug busts he was unable to gain a visa to tour in the U.S.. Jones's final contributions to the band was Autoharp and Percussion on "You Got The Silver" and "Midnight Rambler" from ''Music/LetItBleed''. Matters soon came to a head, and Jones was forced to leave the band he had formed, replaced by Music/MickTaylor. Jones sadly drowned several weeks after departure, just a few days before Taylor had his first gig with the Stones - at Hyde Park, which was transformed into a tribute for Jones. Taylor recorded five studio albums with the band before quitting in 1974. Former Music/{{Faces}} guitarist Ronnie Wood stepped in, became an official member in February 1976 and has been with the band ever since. Wyman quit in 1993; bassist Darryl Jones, who is not an official band member, has worked with the group since then.

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In 1968, the band recruited Jimmy Miller as producer, and chose to return to a back-to-basics approach to their music after the psychedelic excesses from the previous year. ''Music/BeggarsBanquet'' proved to be Brian Jones's last hurrah with the band, who was hit by another drug bust, and stopped making major contributions to the band's music. His health had also been affected by drug use, and as a result of the drug busts he was unable to gain a visa to tour in the U.S..America. Jones's final contributions to the band was Autoharp and Percussion on "You Got The Silver" and "Midnight Rambler" from ''Music/LetItBleed''. Matters soon came to a head, and Jones was forced to leave the band he had formed, replaced by Music/MickTaylor. Jones sadly drowned several weeks after departure, just a few days before Taylor had his first gig with the Stones - at Hyde Park, which was transformed into a tribute for Jones. Taylor recorded five studio albums with the band before quitting in 1974. Former Music/{{Faces}} guitarist Ronnie Wood stepped in, became an official member in February 1976 and has been with the band ever since. Wyman quit in 1993; bassist Darryl Jones, who is not an official band member, has worked with the group since then.
5th Jan '17 8:30:27 PM bt8257
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The Rolling Stones have released 22 studio albums in the UK (24 in the US), 19 live albums and numerous compilations; and have sold more than 200 million albums worldwide. ''Music/StickyFingers'' from 1971 began a string of eight consecutive studio albums that charted at number one in the United States. In 1989 The Rolling Stones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and in 2004 they were ranked number 4 in ''Rolling Stone'' magazine's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. Their image of unkempt and surly youth (originally cultivated in large part to contrast them with Music/TheBeatles) is one that many musicians still emulate.

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The Rolling Stones They have released 22 23 studio albums in the UK (24 (25 in the US), 19 live albums and numerous compilations; and have sold more than 200 million albums worldwide. ''Music/StickyFingers'' from 1971 began a string of eight consecutive straight studio albums that charted at number one in the United States. In 1989 1989, The Rolling Stones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and in 2004 they were ranked number 4 in ''Rolling Stone'' magazine's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. Their image of unkempt and surly youth (originally cultivated in large part to contrast them with Music/TheBeatles) is one that many musicians still emulate.
5th Jan '17 8:27:52 PM bt8257
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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 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.



* '''''Music/MickJagger''''' - lead vocals, harmonica, guitar, percussion, tambourine, piano, keyboards, maracas, castanets, bass (1962-Present)
* '''Music/BrianJones''' - guitar, vocals, harmonica, percussion, organ, keyboard, harpsichord, marimba, sitar, dulcimer, koto, vibraphone, recorder, saxophone, oscillator, mellotron, flute, brass, tamboura, trumpet, congas, autoharp, banjo, mandolin, bass, clarinet, xylophone, glockenspiel, harp, tabla (1962-1969, died 1969)
* William Perks (Bill Wyman) - bass, backing and lead vocals, guitar, organ pedals, double bass, piano, percussion, maracas, autoharp, vibes, synthesizer, marimba (1962-1993) [[note]]Served as a guest musician at shows in 2012[[/note]]
* '''''[[Music/KeithRichards Keith Richards]]''''' - guitar, backing and lead vocals, piano, organ, bass, double bass, bicycle spokes, tambourine (1962-Present)
* '''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]]
* Music/MickTaylor - guitar, vocals, bass, synthesizer, congas (1969-1974) [[note]]Appeared on ''Tattoo You'' from tracks dating back to 1972 and made a guest appearance at one of their concerts in 1981. He has been a guest performer since 2012[[/note]]
* ''Charlie Watts'' - drums, percussion, tabla, cowbell, clave, tambourine (1963-Present)
* ''[[Music/{{Faces}} Ronnie Wood]]'' - guitar, vocals, bass, bass drum, drums, saxophone, dobro (1976-Present)

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* '''''Music/MickJagger''''' - lead vocals, harmonica, guitar, percussion, tambourine, piano, keyboards, maracas, castanets, bass (1962-Present)
(1962–)
* '''Music/BrianJones''' - guitar, vocals, harmonica, percussion, organ, keyboard, harpsichord, marimba, sitar, dulcimer, koto, vibraphone, recorder, saxophone, oscillator, mellotron, flute, brass, tamboura, trumpet, congas, autoharp, banjo, mandolin, bass, clarinet, xylophone, glockenspiel, harp, tabla (1962-1969, (1962–69, died 1969)
* William Perks (Bill Wyman) - bass, backing and lead vocals, guitar, organ pedals, double bass, piano, percussion, maracas, autoharp, vibes, synthesizer, marimba (1962-1993) (1962–93) [[note]]Served as a guest musician at shows in 2012[[/note]]
* '''''[[Music/KeithRichards Keith Richards]]''''' '''''Music/KeithRichards''''' - guitar, backing and lead vocals, piano, organ, bass, double bass, bicycle spokes, tambourine (1962-Present)
(1962–)
* '''Ian "Stu" Stewart''' - piano, keyboard, organ, percussion (1962-1963, (1962–63, died 1985) [[note]]Demoted to Road Manager and Studio and Touring Musician in 1963 until his death in 1985[[/note]]
* Music/MickTaylor - guitar, vocals, bass, synthesizer, congas (1969-1974) (1969–74) [[note]]Appeared on ''Tattoo You'' from tracks dating back to 1972 and made a guest appearance at one of their concerts in 1981. He has been a guest performer since 2012[[/note]]
* ''Charlie Watts'' - drums, percussion, tabla, cowbell, clave, tambourine (1963-Present)
(1963–)
* ''[[Music/{{Faces}} Ronnie Wood]]'' - guitar, vocals, bass, bass drum, drums, saxophone, dobro (1976-Present)
(1976–)
22nd Nov '16 9:19:20 PM TronEladio
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** Don't let Mick Jagger fool you. The man has probably never been turned down once in his entire life.
20th Nov '16 11:15:53 AM bt8257
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* 2016 - ''Blue & Lonesome''
9th Nov '16 12:08:22 PM 3rdStringPG
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** Also "Andrew's Blues," a drunken outtake from 1964 where the Stones pay tribute to their manager Andrew Loog Oldham in the most profane way possible.

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** Also "Andrew's Blues," a drunken outtake from 1964 where the Stones (with Gene Pitney, Phil Spector, and the Hollies' Graham Nash and Allan Clarke) pay tribute to their manager Andrew Loog Oldham in the most profane way possible.
9th Nov '16 12:03:15 PM 3rdStringPG
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** Also "Andrew's Blues," a drunken outtake from 1964 where the Stones pay tribute to their manager Andrew Loog Oldham in the most profane way possible.
22nd Oct '16 11:02:01 AM thelivingtoad
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* DemotedToExtra: Shortly after becoming the Stones' business manager in 1964, Andrew Loog Oldham had keyboardist Ian Stewart demoted to road manager, ostensibly on the grounds that six were too many for a pop group but more likely because Stewart's short-haired, lantern-jawed appearance didn't fit the image Oldham was trying to cultivate for them. However, he did continue to contribute to the Stones' recordings and performed in the background as their touring keyboardist (but not a full member of the band) until his death. When the Stones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989, the band requested that Stewart be inducted as a member as well -- and he was.

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* DemotedToExtra: Shortly after becoming the Stones' business manager in 1964, Andrew Loog Oldham had keyboardist Ian Stewart demoted to road manager, ostensibly on the grounds that six were too many for a pop group but more likely because Stewart's short-haired, lantern-jawed appearance didn't fit the image Oldham was trying to cultivate for them. However, he did continue to contribute to the Stones' recordings and performed in the background as their touring keyboardist (but not a full member of the band) until his death. When the Stones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989, the band requested that Stewart be inducted as a member as well -- and he was.well.
22nd Oct '16 11:01:27 AM thelivingtoad
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* DemotedToExtra: Shortly after becoming the Stones' business manager in 1964, Andrew Loog Oldham had keyboardist Ian Stewart demoted to road manager, ostensibly on the grounds that six were too many for a pop group but more likely because Stewart's short-haired, lantern-jawed appearance didn't fit the image Oldham was trying to cultivate for them. However, he did continue to contribute to the Stones' recordings and performed in the background as their touring keyboardist (but not a full member of the band) until his death.

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* DemotedToExtra: Shortly after becoming the Stones' business manager in 1964, Andrew Loog Oldham had keyboardist Ian Stewart demoted to road manager, ostensibly on the grounds that six were too many for a pop group but more likely because Stewart's short-haired, lantern-jawed appearance didn't fit the image Oldham was trying to cultivate for them. However, he did continue to contribute to the Stones' recordings and performed in the background as their touring keyboardist (but not a full member of the band) until his death. When the Stones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989, the band requested that Stewart be inducted as a member as well -- and he was.
11th Aug '16 9:42:54 PM Mdumas43073
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* OneSteveLimit: Averted during Mick Taylor's time with the band.
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