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  The Rolling Stones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The ill-fated Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus was one of his last projects with the band and increasingly he was either absent from recording sessions by choice, or simply not invited to attend.
The truth was that the Rolling Stones, by deliberately opposing the Beatles' well-upholstered suburban appeal in the early sixties, had cultivated mixture of braggadocio, delinquency, and realpolitik that was by all accounts natural to the ringleaders of the band.
The Rolling Stones arrived in China for their first-ever performance in that country (performances planned in 2003 were canceled due to the SARS epidemic).
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 Brian Jones - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jones' last formal appearance with the Stones was in the December 1968 The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, a part-concert, part-circus act film organized by the band.
Though The Stones then opened with a Johnny Winter song that was one of Brian's favorites, "I'm Yours And I'm Hers", many would say that their concert that day was the worst that they have ever given.
The 2005 film Stoned is a fictional account of Jones and his role in the Rolling Stones.
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 the rolling stones - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
The Rolling Stones are a British rock and roll band who rose to prominence during the mid-1960s.
By this time punk rock had become highly influential in pop circles, and the Stones were increasingly criticized as being decadent, ageing millionaires, with their music considered by many to be either stagnant or irrelevant.
The Stones completed sessions with Don Was as producer for a new studio album in Paris in December 2004, with Jagger and Richards writing and recording new songs.
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 The Rolling Stones - QuickSeek Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The Rolling Stones are a British rock group who rose to prominence during the 1960s.
Originally, the Stones' appearance was to be a surprise for the festival in San Franciso's Golden Gate Park.
February 18, 2006 was a historical day for Rolling Stones: they performed to the biggest audience of their career, a free concert on Copacabana Beach, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil, at which upwards of 1,300,000 spectators attended.
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 The Rolling Stones Music, News, Concerts, and More from SonicBreakdown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The Rolling Stones were original in weaving together various strands of American composition into a new form of popular music, and by their 1969 tour of the U.S.A were being introduced as "The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World, The Rolling Stones".
It cannot be underestimated how important the gentle, cool-headed pianist's contribution to The Rolling Stones had been, from driving the tour van in the early days to keeping the warring band members from each other's throats during some of their darker moments.
The Stones are also taking part in creating promotions throughout the entire NFL season which feature music from their new album, "A Bigger Bang" and footage from their supporting world tour as well.
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 The Rolling Stones: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The Rolling Stones are a British (British: The people of Great Britain) rock and roll (rock and roll: A genre of popular music originating in the 1950s; a blend of Black rhythm-and-blues with White country-and-western) band who rose to prominence during the mid-1960s (1960s: The decade from 1960 to 1969).
The shows featured a new format for the Stones with their usual act replaced by increasingly theatrical stage props and gimmicks, including a giant inflatable phallus (phallus: Genus of fungi having the cap or pileus hanging free around the stem) and a cherry picker on which Jagger would soar out over the audience.
Was stated the Stones would reconvene after the Christmas (Christmas: A Christian holiday celebrating the birth of Christ; a quarter day in England, Wales, and Ireland) holidays and that the tracks recorded so far were significantly different to anything he has worked on with The Stones before.
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 Share and Discover The Rolling Stones Bio, Pictures, News at BlinkBits.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The Rolling Stones were original in weaving together various strands of American composition into a new form of popular music, and have been called "The World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band".
They are the longest surviving rock and roll band in history, and, in their own words, the greatest.
The ill-fated Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus was one of his last projects with the band.
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 The Rolling Stones Characterization @ TellyBellies.com (Telly Bellies)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Founding members Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are regarded as one of the greatest songwriting teams in the history of rock; the band never stopped being inspired by other genres.
They soon got their own residency at The Crawdaddy Club in Richmond, which was run by Russian emigre Giorgio Gomelsky, and began to establish themselves as London's premier live act, even being honoured with a visit from The Beatles.
The Rolling Stones are a legendary British rock band who have released albums spanning from the 1960s to 2000s.
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 Spacing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the remake of Battlestar Galactica, the President orders the spacing of a Cylon agent.
Robert A. Heinlein's novel The Rolling Stones also makes references to spacing.
Characters from Star Wars, including Han Solo, Xim the Despot, and Jabba the Hutt have killed people by spacing.
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 Rolling Stones - WikiRadish   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
More importantly perhaps, while The Beatles were still suited, clean-cut boys with mop-top haircuts, The Stones cultivated the opposite image: decidedly unkempt, and posing for publicity photographs like a gang sulking at cameras because they were afraid of showing bad dentistry if they smiled.
It was said the Stones would reconvene after the Christmas holidays and that the tracks recorded so far were significantly different to anything he has worked on with The Stones before.
The album is The Stones' first full studio album since 1997's Bridges to Babylon, with a tentative release date in Summer 2005, as reported on Billboard (http://www.billboard.com/bb/daily/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1000735012) (external link).
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 Tickets Rolling Stones
The Stones and their guests performed in a replica of a seedy big top that was actually on a British sound stage, in front of an invited audience.
''Rolling Stone'' was founded in San Francisco in 1967 by Jann Wenner and music critic Ralph J. Gleason (Wenner is still editor and publisher).
''Rolling Stone'''s rise to fame was synchronous with that of such bands as the Grateful Dead.
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 Ask the Rock Doc: - a Feature of The Phantom Tollbooth
Rock 'n' roll can represent a psychological threat because it can be used as a tool for introducing a compromised set of values.
As a psychologist, I have found rock 'n' roll to be one of the most useful adjuncts to traditional psychotherapy.
As the winner of the Dr. B.L.Trivia contest, you will recieve a CD copy of When the Stone Rolled from the Tomb, the one-song soundtrack to the article from the forthcoming CD, Stone-ground Dreams, a CD containing songs about the Stones, written from a Christian perspective by the author of the article.
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 The Rolling Stones Life history @ UltraTopSecret.org (Ultra Top Secret)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Their music never strayed far from the blues, however, and by 1968, they returned to blues-based rock, embarking the following year on the now infamous U.S. They continue to record albums and tour the world to this day.
Interestingly, the popular ballad "Waiting on a Friend" was recorded during the Goats Head Soup sessions, but not released until Tattoo You, nearly ten years later.
In 1989, after they had had time to cool off, Jagger and Richards appeared to bury the hatchet and re-focus on the recording of a new album that would eventually become 1989's Steel Wheels and the subsequent world tour.
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 GenieLab::Music Some Girls   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
With the advent of punk, The Rolling Stones, among many of their musical contemporaries, were being targeted by some in the movement as cultural dinosaurs, compromising their standing.
It helped, however, that almost all the punks had, openly or not, idolized the Stones in the 1960s and were heavily influenced by the band's rebellious records from that era.
The Stones embarked on a summer tour of the US in support of the album, which for the first time saw them mount several small venue shows, sometimes under a pseudonym.
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 Upto11.net - Artist Profile for The Rolling Stones
Again, Jagger was, if nothing else, shrewdly interpreting market trends andmdash;the mid-1970s were the era of flashy stage acts such as Queen and Elton John, and the band's tours were to become even more expensive and elaborate in the years to come.
Watts was asked to choose a bass player, and he selected the respected session musician and Miles Davis sideman Darryl Jones, who played bass on Voodoo Lounge (1994) and Bridges to Babylon (1997) andmdash;both highly praisedandmdash;and toured in support of both records.
According to legend, Microsoft founder Bill Gates asked Jagger how much the rights to the song would cost; rather than refuse outright, Jagger replied with $13 million andmdash; a sum that he thought would be self-evidently outrageously high.
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 David Fincher - Wikipedia
Starting as an animator at Industrial Light and Magic from 1980-84(?) he founded video-production company Propaganda in 1986.
He directed big-budget videos for artists such as Madonna, George Michael, Aerosmith and the Rolling Stones; as well as commercials.
Like a number of other video directors he then moved into film - his debut was Alien 3, which was then the most expensive picture by a first-time director - it flopped.
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 Rolling Stones - rolling stones   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
In April the Rolling Stones played here, and last night I went to a concert of the Bee Gees (also in the Shanghai Grand Stage next door to my apartment).
Hence the absence from the list’s upper regions of the likes of Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen, and from the entire thing of the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and U2, none of whose widely praised 2005 albums really struck a chord...
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 Stripped - TheBestLinks.com - Rammstein, Television, The Rolling Stones, Striptease, ...
Stripped - TheBestLinks.com - Rammstein, Television, The Rolling Stones, Striptease,...
Strip, Stripped, Rammstein, Television, The Rolling Stones, Striptease...
This is a disambiguation page, i.e., a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title.
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 Out of Time - TheBestLinks.com - The Rolling Stones, Blur, R.E.M. (band), Disambig, ...
Out of Time - TheBestLinks.com - The Rolling Stones, Blur, R.E.M. (band), Disambig,...
Out of Time, The Rolling Stones, Blur, R.E.M. (band), Disambig, Out of Time...
An album by R.E.M. A 2003 single by Blur
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 GenieLab::Music faith & the muse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
For other uses, see faith (disambiguation).'' The best starting point, before digging into subjective human associations with the heavily-loaded word, is reviewing the.
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