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How Music Changed - 2009 Shows

For the first time in three years, the Rolling Stones returned to touring in 1972. Three years had passed since their last visit to the States – not a ...read more


A lot of time passed between sessions for Exile on Main Street and the next album. The whole process of ‘getting out of Dodge’ before the cops came ...read more


There’s not much more to say about our show this week that we didn’t already cover last week, except that this is part two of what is considered by many to ...read more


And so we come to yet another major turning point in the history of the Rolling Stones. Compared to how the band usually worked, the sessions for “Exile on ...read more


Since Mick Taylor joined the band, the Rolling Stones seemed to take a very long time to release their material. For example, ‘Brown Sugar’ was recorded ...read more


It was a brand new decade and a brand new start for the Stones. The seventies found the band with a new record label (Atlantic – with their very own ...read more


I don’t know how it felt to you, but the entire career of the Rolling Stones seemed to coalesce in 1971. In the aftermath of “Aftermath” there were so many ...read more


On December 6, 1969, the optimism inherent in the ‘60s youth movement died an ignominious death, and in many ways, it is appropriate that the Rolling ...read more


With all of the controversy and difficulties that overwhelmed the Rolling Stones through 1968 and 1969, one might have thought that the worst was behind ...read more


From a fan’s perspective, Brian Jones didn’t suddenly die so much as he simply faded away. Sure, we heard the news of his apparent drowning, but his ...read more


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