Portuguese fado star Ana Moura expands the boundaries of traditional fado. On her new album 'Desfado' she includes three contemporary songs in English. Her fans include the Rolling Stones and Prince. (March 27)
Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones discuss teaming up with Lady Gaga, Bruce Springsteen and The Black Keys on their latest mini tour. (Dec. 12)
This is one of the two official promo videos for the Rolling Stones' 1973 single "Angie". It reached number 5 in the UK singles chart, and number 1 in the US Billboard chart.
The track features on the 1973 album Goats Head Soup, and was composed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and was produced by Jimmy Miller.
The song features Mick Jagger on lead vocals, Keith Richards on guitar and background vocals, Charlie Watts on drums, Mick Taylor on guitar and backing vocals, Bill Wyman on bass guitar, Nicky Hopkins on piano and strings arranged by Nicky Harrison.
The video was directed by filmmaker Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who also directed the promo videos "Neighbours", "Jumping Jack Flash" and "Child Of The Moon". Lindsay-Hogg also directed promos for the Beatles and the Who.
On 22 November 1981, in the middle of their mammoth American tour, the Rolling Stones arrived in Chicago prior to playing 3 nights at the Rosemont Horizon. Long influenced by the Chicago blues, the band paid a visit to Muddy Waters' club the Checkerboard Lounge to see the legendary bluesman perform.http://smarturl.it/Muddystoneslpdvdcd It didn't take long before Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Ian Stewart were joining in on stage and later Buddy Guy and Lefty Dizz also played their part. It was a unique occasion that was fortunately captured on camera. Now, restored from the original footage and with sound mixed and mastered by Bob Clearmountain, this amazing blues night is being made available in an official release for the first time.
Maroon 5's Adam Levine and James Valentine talk about the title of their new album and reveal why they used retro subjects like rock music icon Mick Jagger and payphones in their recent songs. (June 14)
Candy Slice and the Slicers, from Gilda Live, 1979. Gilda Radner, Paul Shaffer, Nils Nichols, Bob Christianson.
Mick Jagger & Foo Fighters perform a medley of classics.
The Soap Network show about bros and roads is back.
PART 2 High-definition video
The recording of "Sympathy for the Devil" began at London's Olympic Sound Studios on 4 June 1968 and continued into the next day; overdubs were done on 8, 9 and 10 June. Real History Here
Marianne Faithfull, Anita Pallenberg( Brian Jones x girlfriend, kissing Keith Richards) , Brian Jones, Charlie Watts, producer Jimmy Miller, Wyman and Richards are seen recording backup vocals, but the "whoo whoo" backing vocals
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Mick Jagger -- lead and backup vocals
Keith Richards -- electric guitar, bass guitar, backup vocals
Brian Jones -- acoustic guitar (not audible in final mix), backup vocals
Bill Wyman -- maracas, backup vocals
Charlie Watts -- drums, percussion, backup vocals
Nicky Hopkins -- piano
Rocky Dijon -- congas
Jimmy Miller -- backup vocals
Sympathy for the Devil is also the title of a producer's edit of a 1968 film by Jean-Luc Godard whose own original version is called One Plus One. The film, a depiction of the late 1960s American counterculture, also featured the Rolling Stones in the process of recording the song in the studio. On the filming, Jagger said in Rolling Stone: "... [it was] very fortuitous, because Godard wanted to do a film of us in the studio. I mean, it would never happen now, to get someone as interesting as Godard. And stuffy. We just happened to be recording that song. We could have been recording 'My Obsession.' But it was 'Sympathy for the Devil,' and it became the track that we used
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BB King, Mick Jagger, Buddy Guy, Jeff Beck, Keb Mo and many others come to the White House in a celebration of the blues. Take a look inside the rehearsals and hear what artists had to say about being at the White House and the magis that is blues music. As President Obama said, "this music speaks to something universal. No one goes through life without both joy and pain, triumph and sorrow. The blues gets all of that, sometimes with just one lyric or one note.
(additional footage courtesy of WETA)
Mick Jagger, B.B. King and other musical legends perform at a White House concert celebrating the history of the music in front of President Barack Obama and guests. (Feb. 22)
Mick Jagger, B.B. King, Buddy Guy and more belted out the blues for President Barack Obama in an East Room concert celebrating the rich history of the blues and its impact on American music. (Feb. 21)
Mick Jagger, B.B. King, Buddy Guy and more belted out the blues for President Obama in an East Room concert celebrating the rich history of the rich history of the blues and its impact on American music. (Feb 21)
The Rolling Stones : Sympathy For The Devil (live)
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Music video by Maroon 5 performing Moves Like Jagger. (C) 2011 A&M;/Octone Records