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    Richard Branson Buys Rolling Stones Book For Film Drama
    By DOMINIC PATTEN Saturday April 21, 2012 @ 2:22pm PDT

    EXCLUSIVE: The Rolling Stones and Richard Branson are teaming up again. Having released three Stones albums back in the 1990s on Virgin Records, Branson’s Virgin Produced has now acquired the rights to Robert Greenfield’s 2008 book Exile on Main Street: A Season in Hell with the Rolling Stones. Unlike past looks at this time in the Stones career, this film is a drama not a documentary. Like the book, the film will focus on the professional and personal relationship between head Stones Mick Jagger and Keith Richards as the band record their classic Exile on Main Street album in the south of France in the summer of 1971. Virgin Produced, partnering with City Entertainment and KippSter Entertainment, is developing the project internally. Brandon and Phil Murphy have been brought on board to write the screenplay. The Murphys, represented by Rich Cook at WME and manager Langley Perer at Mosaic, are no strangers to biopics. Among the projects on their plate currently is a Steve McQueen project for Sony and producer Jerry Weintaub. Jason Felts will serve as producer for the Stones film. Rene Rigal will oversee the project for Virgin Produced, with Joshua Maurer producing for City Entertainment and David Stern producing for KippSter Entertainment. This isn’t the only Rolling Stones film on the horizon. Brett Morgan is directing a doc on the band as part of the Stones’ 50th anniversary celebrations this year. The doc, distributed by Eagle Rock Entertainment, is out in September.
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    Mick is hosting and performing on the 5/19 season finale of Saturday Night Live...
    I'll be watching hoping for the band to show up although I know it won't happen.

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    For me this is the Stones at their best.I like alot of their later stuff,i really only turn off Harlem shuffle.I love voodoo lounge..saint of me off of bridges is awesome.I think its fantastic Jagger is hosting SNL.I thought Jagger owned the awards show he was on late? last year with everybody needs somebody.
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    Talking


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Walker View Post
    Mick is hosting and performing on the 5/19 season finale of Saturday Night Live...
    I'll be watching hoping for the band to show up although I know it won't happen.
    Keith is relatively local, up in Connecticut...

    or maybe a SuperHeavy set?

    someone on Stonesdoug's Shidoobee site claims that the band is in NYC already.

    i don't usually watch SNL but i guess i'll suffer though this one.
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    the last Great Stones song - B-Side Voodoo Lounge

    nice Some Girls/far away eyes, sound to it with a lil'raunch to the lyrics




    yeah - Highwire was a great call to action that fell on deaf/dumb earz & Sweat Neo-con was a cool contemporary song as was Rough Justice from Bigger Bang

    I almost wish they never re-grouped - Keith & Mick hit their strides solo with Main Offender & Wandering Spirit - both great works of music imho
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    If the Stones start adding studio material to their archive releases, along with the live stuff, I'm guessing this would be among the first to make the cut.....



    Yeah, it's a cover. But they still should have put it on "It's Only Rock n Roll".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Headly1984 View Post
    the last Great Stones song - B-Side Voodoo Lounge

    nice Some Girls/far away eyes, sound to it with a lil'raunch to the lyrics

    i dunno. it's an okay song. i think Too Tight off of Bridges to Babylon is better than that. can almost see Mick and Keith standing at the same mic singing "tight! too tight!," even though we know they don't record that way any more.

    special mention to It Won't Take Long and Oh No Not You Again off off A Bigger Bang. and i LOVE Infamy.

    Sweet NeoCon is shit, just awful. Highwire was much better as a Stones "political" song.

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    the 80's were not their best decade, but they still made some decent stuff

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    sticky fingers, let it bleed, some girls & exile are all aces

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    Quote Originally Posted by twonabomber View Post
    Keith is relatively local, up in Connecticut...

    or maybe a SuperHeavy set?

    someone on Stonesdoug's Shidoobee site claims that the band is in NYC already.

    i don't usually watch SNL but i guess i'll suffer though this one.
    I think it would be pretty cool to say the least...Not as good as riding a flatbed jamming down the middle of the street in manahattan ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by twonabomber View Post
    Keith is relatively local, up in Connecticut...

    or maybe a SuperHeavy set?

    someone on Stonesdoug's Shidoobee site claims that the band is in NYC already.

    i don't usually watch SNL but i guess i'll suffer though this one.
    Wonder if Mick Jagger and Mick Taylor got together while MT was at 30 Rock for Jimmy Fallon's show the other night... Mick should have been there for SNL rehearsals. Fallon is a huge Stones fan and is tight with Lorne... maybe some stuff was going on behind the scenes?
    Would be awesome to see the two Mick's do 'Sway'... of course it would be fucking epic if the whole band + MT did it.

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    Shit... just realized Mick J's thing is next week.
    I guess I was just wishful thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Walker View Post
    Richard Branson Buys Rolling Stones Book For Film Drama
    By DOMINIC PATTEN Saturday April 21, 2012 @ 2:22pm PDT

    EXCLUSIVE: The Rolling Stones and Richard Branson are teaming up again. Having released three Stones albums back in the 1990s on Virgin Records, Branson’s Virgin Produced has now acquired the rights to Robert Greenfield’s 2008 book Exile on Main Street: A Season in Hell with the Rolling Stones. Unlike past looks at this time in the Stones career, this film is a drama not a documentary. Like the book, the film will focus on the professional and personal relationship between head Stones Mick Jagger and Keith Richards as the band record their classic Exile on Main Street album in the south of France in the summer of 1971. Virgin Produced, partnering with City Entertainment and KippSter Entertainment, is developing the project internally. Brandon and Phil Murphy have been brought on board to write the screenplay. The Murphys, represented by Rich Cook at WME and manager Langley Perer at Mosaic, are no strangers to biopics. Among the projects on their plate currently is a Steve McQueen project for Sony and producer Jerry Weintaub. Jason Felts will serve as producer for the Stones film. Rene Rigal will oversee the project for Virgin Produced, with Joshua Maurer producing for City Entertainment and David Stern producing for KippSter Entertainment. This isn’t the only Rolling Stones film on the horizon. Brett Morgan is directing a doc on the band as part of the Stones’ 50th anniversary celebrations this year. The doc, distributed by Eagle Rock Entertainment, is out in September.
    I really enjoyed the Greenfield book, but there's a lot of negative reader reviews of it out there (do rock'n'roll fans ever like books about the bands they love, though ...). Keith and Anita ... drugs and detox and more drugs, French gangsters, and making that album in a dingy basement. Could be a good documentary.

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    Is it wrong of me to say "Wandering Spirit" and "Talk Is Cheap" were solid solo albums?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Headly1984 View Post
    the 80's were not their best decade, but they still made some decent stuff
    I like how at 3:12 of this video the young chick looks over her shoulder and who does the camera cut to next staring back at her? Dirty old Bill Wyman.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by fourthcoming View Post
    Is it wrong of me to say "Wandering Spirit" and "Talk Is Cheap" were solid solo albums?
    nah - I prefer main offender tho'

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    for their 50th tour next yr expect to see bill wyman, and 2 mick's

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    Quote Originally Posted by fourthcoming View Post
    Is it wrong of me to say "Wandering Spirit" and "Talk Is Cheap" were solid solo albums?
    Not at all. Actually Mick should have stopped making solo albums after Wandering Spirit, and threw away the masters of the two he did before that, because that was really the only solo album he ever needed to do. I think it was because he stopped worrying about trying to be "hip and current" and just fucking did what he does best......


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    Quote Originally Posted by Headly1984 View Post
    for their 50th tour next yr expect to see bill wyman, and 2 mick's
    I certainly hope so. And their involvement in the recent Exile remaster project, as well as Wyman recording a new song with them for the Ian Stewart tribute album, make it even more likely this will actually happen.

    I just hope Woody is still alive then. He was not looking very healthy at the recent Hall of Fame show when he was inducted with The Faces (about fucking time). Dude looked anorexic, and I don't think it's the vodka.

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    I would Love to see Mick Taylor play with them one more time.....that might be my favorite era of the Stones.....nothing aginst Brian or Ronnie

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    Mick, Keith, Woody (slide on this) all hit their strides when they felt free of ea. other

    I could have been happy if these guys stayed apart and kept this kinda solo stuff goin' - very good stuff Main Offender / Wandering Spirit





    I will stick to my guns and say that jump on top of me is the final stones song that sounds like 'original' Stones works- not forced, not new, - genuine,Classic Stones

    Voodoo Lounge sounded forced and Bigger Bang was nice but some how kinda hollow/empty sounding to me - nice sound,glad they made it but not authentic unadulterated Stones

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    Slide on This was a good record, but Woody's first two solo albums were better. (Even though they were more of a Faces/Stones hybrid than an actual solo project)


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    from Jeff Beck's Facebook page...

    so the exciting news......... Jeff to appear on Saturday Night Live with Mick Jagger on Saturday 19th May!!! Make sure you watch it

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    Sounds to me like the session guy who played lead on Hand of Fate was trying to nail Mick Taylor's style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twonabomber View Post
    from Jeff Beck's Facebook page...
    Well... I guess that means the Stones are out. With Beck there, I hope they play "Throwaway", which was probably the best thing they recorded together. Since Beck didn't participate in Mick's solo tour in 1988, they never have played it live, to my knowledge.

    On the other hand, what are the odds that they would play a 25 year old song from an album that is mostly forgotten (and deservedly so).

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    Throwaway was the first thing i thought of, too. then i remembered Beck quitting the tour because Jagger was going to have dancers on stage, because dancers on stage wasn't "rock."

    maybe they'll do some old blues thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThrillsNSpills View Post
    Sounds to me like the session guy who played lead on Hand of Fate was trying to nail Mick Taylor's style.
    That would be Wayne Perkins. He also played on "Worried About You" which was recorded for Black and Blue, but not released until Tattoo You, with Perkins' solo greatly reduced. That one also sounded like something Mick Taylor might have played. And here's the unedited version......



    (Fast forward to 1:10:30 here. it's the last song on this disc. The RIAA nazis killed the video of the individual song. Fucking bastards.....)

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    Is that the version of Everlasting Is My Love that made it on the expanded Some Girls disc?

    Makes one wonder if Wayne Perkins was going for Taylor's style, or if that's just the way he plays.


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    There's a lot of interesting stuff on the Place Pigalle series.

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    Mick Taylor performing on Jimmy Fallon the other night

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    And now a little something from a Devil's favorite album...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hain23x View Post
    Mick Taylor performing on Jimmy Fallon the other night
    Thanx for sharing this! Man, the band can play! Who are these guys playing "Can't you hear me knocking" with Taylor?

    BTW, Mick Taylor looks more and more like a zombie... Even Charlie Watts would look merry next to him.

    I went to a Mick Taylor gig near Lille in the north of France in 1999 - we were only around 60 attending it, what a shame...

    Taylor played awesome slide. I went to see him backstage (it was easy as there were so few spectators), and he hardly spared
    10 words to anybody in total, looking like he was somewhere else (probably wondering how he would play so small venues while
    he used to play in packed-up stadiums with the Stones in 1969-74...) - his rhythm guitarist was much more talkative.
    I guess he's a strange kind of guy, just about as boring as Ronnie Wood is the coolest guy in rock history.
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    That's the house and on the show.

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    I'm curious if they will go on tour once again, or is it really over, naaaaaaaaaaaaaah.........one more 'last' time...........
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    again from the Stones' Facebook page

    Mick hosts an all-new SNL with musical guests Foo Fighters, Arcade Fire, and Jeff Beck.

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    Not familiar with Arcade Fire, but Mick singing with the Foo Fighters could be interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FORD View Post
    Not familiar with Arcade Fire, but Mick singing with the Foo Fighters could be interesting.
    Arcade Fire's a Canadian band. They rock
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    Foo Fighters are getting just as bad as Slash used to be... rock's "Uncle Tom's"

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