The Rolling Stones

A Musical Biography

Author: Murry R. Nelson

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 159

View: 981

This comprehensive book documents the nearly half-century-long story of The Rolling Stones—the group many regard as the most eminent rock band ever. * A clear timeline of key events in the life of the band that encompasses over 40 years * Images of the band members and their performances across time * Print and nonprint resources for student research * Appendices of albums, awards, film appearances, and more

The Rolling Stones: the Origin of the Species

How, Why and Where It All Began

Author: Alan Clayson

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 271

View: 584

The true pre-history of the Stones is plagued by hearsay, Chinese whispers and confusion. Myths have often become accepted as reality, with even band members' own personal recollections contradicting each other (and themselves!) on occasions. Alan Clayson has interviewed myriad Stones associates in order to present the most concise and accurate history of the band at their germination point - from their genesis across scattered boyhoods, all the way up to their 1963's chart breakthrough.

The Rolling Stones and Philosophy

It's Just a Thought Away

Author: Luke Dick

Publisher: Open Court Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 303

View: 474

From their commanding role in the so-called British Invasion of the early 1960s to their status as the elder statesmen (and British Knight) of rock and roll, the Stones have become more than an evanescent phenomenon in pop culture. They have become a touchstone not only for the history of our times?their performance at the Altamont Raceway marked the "end of the sixties," while their 1990 concert in Prague helped Czechoslovakia and other eastern bloc nations celebrate their newfound freedom (and satisfaction) out from under Moscow's thumb. Because of their longevity, the music and career of the Stones?much more than The Beatles?stand as touchstones in the personal lives of even casual Stones fans. Everyone of a certain age remembers the Stones on Ed Sullivan, the death of founder Brian Jones, their favorite songs, concerts, or videos, and their stance in the classic ?Beatles versus Stones” debates. In the wake of Keith Richards's bestselling autobiography, Life (2010), many are now reliving these events and decades from the viewpoint of the band's endearing and seemingly death-defying guitarist. The chapters in The Rolling Stones and Philosophy celebrate the Stones' place in our lives by digging into the controversies, the symbols, and meanings the band and its songs have for so many. What might you mean (and what did Mick mean) by ?sympathy for the Devil”? Did the Stones share any of the blame for the deaths at Altamont, as critic Lester Bangs charged they did in Rolling Stone magazine? What theories of ethics and personality lay behind the good-boy image of the Beatles and the bad-boy reputation the Stones acquired? If Keith Richards really had his blood replaced four separate times, does that make him a zombie? How do the Glimmer Twins help us refine our understanding of friendship? Written by a dozen philosophers and scholars who adore the Rolling Stones not only for their music, this book will become required reading for anyone seeking maximum satisfaction from "the world's greatest rock and roll band."

The Rolling Stones

an annotated bibliography

Author: Mary Laverne Dimmick

Publisher: Univ of Pittsburgh Pr

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 159

View: 363

Historical and cultural analyses of the era accompany a guide to books and articles on the Rolling Stones and their music, concerts and social impact

Experiencing the Rolling Stones

A Listener's Companion

Author: David Malvinni

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 324

View: 247

Experiencing the Rolling Stones draws together a broad swath of postwar history as it covers the band’s origins in Swinging London through to their recording sessions outside of England. Malvinni takes an especially close look at Keith Richards’ guitar work and its effect on the band’s music, as well as the multiple changes in the band’s members.

The Rolling Stones

Pushing Rock's Boundaries

Author: Hans Hetrick

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 785

"Describes the rise to fame and the lasting impact of the band The Rolling Stones"--

The Sun & The Moon & The Rolling Stones

Author: Rich Cohen

Publisher: Spiegel & Grau

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 400

View: 966

The perfect holiday gift for Rolling Stones fans, viewed through the impassioned and opinionated lens of the Vanity Fair contributor who was along for the ride as a young reporter on the road with the band in the 1990s ONE OF THE TOP FIVE ROCK BIOGRAPHIES OF THE YEAR—SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR—KIRKUS REVIEWS A book inspired by a lifelong appreciation of the music that borders on obsession, Rich Cohen’s fresh and galvanizing narrative history of the Rolling Stones begins with the fateful meeting of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards on a train platform in 1961—and goes on to span decades, with a focus on the golden run—from the albums Beggars Banquet (1968) to Exile on Main Street (1972)—when the Stones were at the height of their powers. Cohen is equally as good on the low points as the highs, and he puts his finger on the moments that not only defined the Stones as gifted musicians schooled in the blues, but as the avatars of so much in our modern culture. In the end, though, after the drugs and the girlfriends and the bitter disputes, there is the music—which will define, once and forever, why the Stones will always matter. Praise for The Sun & The Moon & The Rolling Stones “Fabulous . . . The research is meticulous. . . . Cohen’s own interviews even yield some new Stones lore.”—The Wall Street Journal “[Cohen] can catch the way a record can seem to remake the world [and] how songs make a world you can’t escape.”—Pitchfork “No one can tell this story, wringing new life even from the leathery faces of mummies like the Rolling Stones, like Rich Cohen. . . . The book beautifully details the very meaning of rock ’n’ roll.”—New York Observer “Masterful . . . Hundreds of books have been written about this particular band and [Cohen’s] will rank among the very best of the bunch.”—Chicago Tribune “Cohen, who has shown time and time again he can take any history lesson and make it personal and interesting . . . somehow tells the [Stones’] story in a whole different way. This might be the best music book of 2016.”—Men’s Journal “[Cohen’s] account of the band’s rise from ‘footloose’ kids to ‘old, clean, prosperous’ stars is, like the Stones, irresistible.”—People “You will, as with the best music bios, want to follow along on vinyl.”—The Washington Post “A fresh take on dusty topics like Altamont and the Stones’ relationship with the Beatles . . . Cohen takes pilgrimages to places like Nellcôte, the French mansion where the Stones made Exile on Main Street, and recounts fascinating moments from his time on tour.”—Rolling Stone “On the short list of worthwhile books about the Stones . . . The book is stuffed with insights.”—San Francisco Chronicle

The Rolling Stones Album File & Complete Discography

Author: Alan Clayson

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Rock music

Page: 464

View: 285

Formed in the early 1960s and still touring in 2006, The Rolling Stones have been called the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band. Appealing to any fan, this title contains a complete listing of every recording ever made, with full background details and musical credits.

The Rolling Stones

An Oral History

Author: Alan Lysaght

Publisher: McArthur & Company Pub Limited

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 331

View: 440

A backstage pass to the Stones' real lives.

The Rolling Stones

Author: Luc Sante

Publisher: Taschen America Llc

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 519

View: 442

Ladies and gentlemen...the Rolling Stones! The definitive, authorized illustrated history of the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band The kind of fame and success the Rolling Stones have achieved in their 50-year career is completely without parallel; their most famous riffs and catchiest lyrics are indelibly engraved in our collective memory. With their bluesy rock 'n' roll and mesmerizing stage presence, the Stones redefined the music of the 1960s and paved the way for rock as we know it today. Produced in collaboration with the band, this book charts the Stones' remarkable history and outrageously cool lifestyle in around 600 pages of photographs and illustrations, many previously unseen, gathered from archives all over the world. Unprecedented access to the Rolling Stones' own archives in New York and London adds an equally extraordinary, more private side to the Stones' story. Standard TASCHEN edition