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The Rolling Stones

  1. 1. By: Viktor I. Gombocz and Cristi L. Olaraşu
  2. 2.  Origin: London, United Kingdom  Years active: 1962-present  Genre: Rock, rock „n roll, blues- rock, rhythm and blues, blues Labels: Decca, London, Rolling Stones, Virgin, ABKCO, Interscope, Polydor
  3. 3.  Mick Jagger (vocals)  Keith Richards (guitar)  Brian Jones (guitar) -committed suicide on Thursday, 3 July, 1969, less than a month after leaving the band.  Bill Wyman (bass)  Charlie Watts (drums)
  4. 4.  Mick Jagger (vocals)  Keith Richards (guitar)  Mick Taylor (guitar) -left in 1974 to pursue other interests.  Charlie Watts (drums)  Bill Wyman (bass)
  5. 5.  Mick Jagger (vocals)  Keith Richards (guitar)  Charlie Watts (drums)  Bill Wyman (bass) -considered leaving before 1991‟s Flashpoint , but didn‟t officially depart until January 1993. Ron Wood (guitar) -replaced Mick Taylor in 1975, and became a full member of the Stones‟ projects following Flashpoint‟s release in April 1991.
  6. 6.  Mick Jagger (vocals)  Keith Richards (guitar)  Charlie Watts (drums)  Ron Wood (guitar)
  7. 7.  Saturday, October 24, 1936: Bill Wyman born William George Perks; now age 76.  Monday, June 2, 1941: Charles Robert Watts born; now age 72.  Saturday, February 28, 1942: Lewis Brian Hopkins Jones born; died at the age of 27 on Thursday, July 3, 1969.  Monday, July 26, 1943: Michael Philip Jagger born; now age 70.  Saturday, December 18, 1943: Keith Richards born; now age 69.  Sunday, June 1, 1947: Ronald David Wood born; now age 66.  Monday, January 17, 1949: Michael Kevin Taylor born; now age 64.
  8. 8.  1962: The Rolling Stones established by founder, and later guitarist, Brian Jones, with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.  1963: Bassist Bill Wyman and Drummer Charlie Watts become the two newest members, replacing Ian Stewart and Dick Taylor, completing the lineup.  1964: British Invasion. Release of debut album (titled The Rolling Stones in the UK and England‟s Newest Hit Makers in the US) and follow-up album, 12 X 5.  1965: Release of The Rolling Stones No. 2, The Rolling Stones, Now!, Out of Our Heads and December‟s Children (And Everybody‟s).  1966: Release of Aftermath and Got Live If You Want It!  1967: Release of Between the Buttons, Flowers, and Their Satanic Majesties Request.  1968: Jones is arrested twice for marijuana. Release of Beggars Banquet.
  9. 9.  1969: After only seven years with the Rolling Stones, Jones quits, and Mick Taylor is hired to replace him. Jones commits suicide in his pool right after midnight on Thursday, July 3, and is pronounced dead hours later. A two-day concert is dedicated to him on Friday, July 4 and Saturday, July 5. Release of Let It Bleed.  1970: Release of Get Yer Ya-Ya‟s Out! The Rolling Stones in Concert.  1971: Jagger marries his sweetheart Bianca Pérez-Mora Macias. Release of the first album to feature the tongue and lip logo, Sticky Fingers, and Hot Rocks 1964-1971.  1972: Release of Exile on Main St. and More Hot Rocks Big Hits & Fazed Cookies.  1973: Richards is arrested for marijuana, cannabis, and illegal revolver possession. Release of Goats Head Soup.  1974: Release of It‟s Only Rock „n Roll. Mick Taylor leaves the band to pursue other interests.
  10. 10.  1975: 28-year-old Ron Wood replaces Mick Taylor as the new guitarist.  1976: Release of Black and Blue.  1977: Richards is arrested for heroine possession in Toronto. Release of Love You Live.  1978: Jagger and his wife Bianca file for divorce on allegations of an affair with another woman, ending their seven year marriage. Release of Some Girls.  1979: Richards splits from his girlfriend of twelve years, Anita Pallenberg.  1980: Release of Emotional Rescue.  1981: Release of Sucking in the Seventies and Tattoo You.  1981/1982: Still Life Tour.  1982: Release of „‟Still Life‟‟ (American Concert 1981).
  11. 11.  1983: Release of Undercover. Richards marries on December 18, his 40th birthday.  1985: Ian Stewart dies of a headache at only 47. Release of Jagger‟s first solo album She‟s the Boss.  1986: Release of Dirty Work.  1987: Release of Jagger‟s second solo album Primitive Cool .  1989: Release of Steel Wheels. The Rolling Stones are inducted into the Rock „n Roll Hall of Fame.  1989/1990: Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour.  1990: Jagger marries Jerry Hall.  1991: Release of Flashpoint.  1993: Wyman retires. Release of Jagger‟s third solo album Wandering Spirit.  1994: Release of Voodoo Lounge.  1994/1995: Voodoo Lounge Tour.  1995: Release of Stripped.  1997: Release of Bridges to Babylon.  1997/1998: Bridges to Babylon Tour.  1998: Release of No Security.
  12. 12.  1999: No Security Tour. Jagger and Hall file for divorce after Hall discovers that Jagger‟s new born son was born in an affair.  2001: Release of Jagger‟s fourth solo album Goddess in the Doorway.  2002: Release of Forty Licks.  2002/2003: Licks tour.  2004: Release of Jagger‟s fifth solo album (soundtrack album produced with David A. Stewart) Alfie and Live Licks.  2005: Release of A Bigger Bang and Rarities 1971-2003.  2005-2007: A Bigger Bang Tour.  2007: Release of Jagger‟s sixth and most recent solo album The Very Best of Mick Jagger.  2008: Worldwide release of Shine a Light, the movie and album with live performances from the October 29 and November 1 performances at the Beacon Theatre in New York City in 2006, featuring three guest stars- Buddy Guy, Christina Aguerila, and Jack White III with footage from the beginning of the band‟s career.  2010: Release of Exile on Main St. (Rarities Edition) and Richards‟ compilation album Vintage Winos.
  13. 13.  2011: Re-issue of Some Girls as double CD deluxe edition.  2012: The band announces a 50th anniversary tour for 2013, with a new compilation, GRRR! (released on Monday, 12 November), and prior tour dates set for 25 and 29 November 2012, at the O2 Arena in London, UK, and 13 and 15 December at the Prudential Center in New Jersey.  2013: The band‟s 50th anniversary tour kicks off with a concert in Hyde Park.
  14. 14.  1964: The Rolling Stones/England‟s Newest Hit Makers and 12 X 5.  1965: The Rolling Stones No. 2, The Rolling Stones, Now!, Out of Our Heads and December‟s Children (And Everybody‟s).  1966: Aftermath and Got Live If You Want It!  1967: Between the Buttons, Flowers, and Their Satanic Majesties Request.  1968: Beggars Banquet.  1969: Let It Bleed and Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2).
  15. 15.  1970: Get Yer Ya-Ya‟s Out! The Rolling Stones in Concert.  1971: Sticky Fingers and Hot Rocks 1964-1971.  1972: Exile on Main St. and More Hot Rocks Big Hits & Fazed Cookies.  1973: Goats Head Soup.  1974: It‟s Only Rock „n Roll.  1976: Black and Blue.  1977: Love You Live.  1978: Some Girls.
  16. 16.  1980: Emotional Rescue.  1981: Sucking in the Seventies and Tattoo You.  1982: „‟Still Life‟‟ (American Concert 1981).  1983: Undercover.  1986: Dirty Work.  1989: Steel Wheels.
  17. 17.  1991: Flashpoint.  1994: Voodoo Lounge.  1995: Stripped.  1997: Bridges to Babylon.  1998: No Security.
  18. 18.  2002: Forty Licks.  2004: Live Licks.  2005: A Bigger Bang and Rarities 1971-2003.  2008: Shine a Light.
  19. 19.  2010: Exile on Main St. (Rarities Edition).  2011: Some Girls (double disc re-issue).  2012: GRRR!
  20. 20.  „‟Come On‟‟ / „‟I Want to Be Loved‟‟  „‟I Wanna Be Your Man‟‟ / „‟Stoned‟‟
  21. 21.  „‟Not Fade Away‟‟ / „‟Little By Little‟‟ (UK)  „‟Not Fade Away‟‟ / „‟I Wanna Be Your Man‟‟ (US)  „‟It‟s All Over Now‟‟ / „‟Good Times, Bad Times‟‟  „‟Tell Me‟‟ / „‟I Just Want to Make Love to You‟‟  „‟Time Is On My Side‟‟ / „‟Congratulations‟‟  „‟Little Red Rooster‟‟ / „‟Off the Hook‟‟  „‟Heart of Stone‟‟ / „‟What a Shame‟‟
  22. 22.  „What a Shame‟‟ / „‟Heart of Stone‟‟  „‟The Last Time‟‟ / „‟Play With Fire‟‟  „‟Play With Fire‟‟ / „‟The Last Time‟‟  „‟(I Can‟t Get No) Satisfaction‟‟ / „‟The Under- Assistant West Coast Promotion Man‟‟ (US)  „‟( I Can‟t Get No) Satisfaction‟‟ / „‟The Spider and the Fly‟‟  „‟Get Off of My Cloud‟‟ / „‟I‟m Free‟‟ (US)  „‟Get Off of My Cloud‟‟ / „‟The Singer Not Not The Song‟‟ (UK) „‟As Tears Go By‟‟ / „‟Gotta Get Away‟‟
  23. 23.  „‟19th Nervous Breakdown‟‟ / „‟As Tears Go By‟‟  „‟19th Nervous Breakdown‟‟ / „‟Sad Day‟‟ (US)  „‟Paint It, Black‟‟ / „‟Stupid Girl‟‟ (US)  „‟Paint It, Black‟‟ / „‟Long Long While‟‟ (UK)  „‟Mother‟s Little Helper‟‟ / „‟Lady Jane‟‟  „‟Lady Jane‟‟ / „‟Mother‟s Little Helper‟‟  „‟Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?‟‟ / „‟Who‟s Driving Your Plane‟‟
  24. 24.  „‟Let‟s Spend The Night Together‟‟ / „‟Ruby Tuesday‟‟  „‟Ruby Tuesday‟‟ / „‟Let‟s Spend The Night Together‟‟  „‟We Love You‟‟ / „‟Dandelion‟‟  „‟Dandelion‟‟ / „‟We Love You‟‟  „‟In Another Land‟‟ / „‟The Lantern‟‟  „‟She‟s A Rainbow‟‟ / „‟2000 Light Years From Home‟‟
  25. 25.  „‟Jumpin‟ Jack Flash‟‟ / „‟Child of the Moon‟‟  „‟Street Fighting Man‟‟ / „‟No Expectations‟‟
  26. 26.  „‟Honky Tonk Women‟‟ / „‟You Can‟t Always Get What You Want‟‟ (Country version of „‟Honky Tonk Women‟‟, called „‟Country Honk‟‟ released on Let It Bleed).
  27. 27.  „‟Brown Sugar‟‟ / „‟Bitch‟‟ / „‟Let It Rock‟‟ (live) (UK)  „‟Brown Sugar‟‟ / „‟Bitch‟‟ (US)  „‟Wild Horses‟‟ / „‟Sway‟‟  „‟Street Fighting Man‟‟ / „‟Surprise, Surprise‟‟
  28. 28.  „‟Tumbling Dice‟‟ / „‟Sweet Black Angel‟‟  „‟Happy‟‟ / „‟All Down The Line‟‟
  29. 29.  „‟You Can‟t Always Get What You Want‟‟ / „‟Sad Day‟‟  „‟Angie‟‟ / „‟Silver Train‟‟  „‟Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)‟‟ / „‟Dancing With Mr. D‟‟
  30. 30.  „‟It‟s Only Rock „n Roll (But I Like It)‟‟ / „‟Through the Lonely Nights‟‟  „‟Ain‟t Too Proud to Beg‟‟ / „‟Dance Little Sister‟‟
  31. 31.  „‟I Don‟t Know Why‟‟ / „‟Try a Little Harder‟‟  „‟Out of Time‟‟ / „‟Jiving Sister Funny‟‟
  32. 32.  „‟Fool to Cry‟‟ / „‟Crazy Mama‟‟  „‟Hot Stuff‟‟ / „‟Fool to Cry‟‟
  33. 33.  „‟Miss You‟‟ / „‟Far Away Eyes‟‟  „‟Beast of Burden‟‟ / „‟When the Whip Comes Down‟‟  „‟Respectable‟‟ / „‟When the Whip Comes Down‟‟  „‟Shattered‟‟ / „‟Everything Is Turning to Gold‟‟
  34. 34.  „‟Emotional Rescue‟‟ / „‟Down in the Hole‟‟  „‟She‟s So Cold‟‟ / „‟Send it to Me‟‟
  35. 35.  „‟If I Was A Dancer (Dance Pt. 2)‟‟ / „‟If I Was A Dancer (Dance Pt. 2)‟‟  „‟Start Me Up‟‟ / „‟No Use In Crying‟‟  „‟Waiting On A Friend‟‟ / „‟Little T&A‟‟  „‟Little T&A‟‟ / „‟Waiting On A Friend‟‟
  36. 36.  „‟Hang Fire‟‟ / „‟Neighbours‟‟  „‟Going to a Go-Go‟‟ (live) / „‟Beast of Burden‟‟ (live)  „‟Time Is On My Side‟‟ (live) / „‟Twenty Flight Rock‟‟ (live)
  37. 37.  „‟Undercover of the Night‟‟ / „‟All the Way Down‟‟
  38. 38.  „‟She Was Hot‟‟ / „‟Think I‟m Going Mad‟‟  „‟Think I‟m Going Mad‟‟ / „‟She Was Hot‟‟  „‟Too Tough‟‟ / „‟Miss You‟‟  „‟Brown Sugar‟‟ / „‟Bitch‟‟  „‟Too Much Blood‟‟ / „‟Too Much Blood‟‟
  39. 39.  „‟Harlem Shuffle‟‟ / „‟Had It With You‟‟  „‟Winning Ugly‟‟ / „‟Winning Ugly‟‟  „‟One Hit (To the Body)‟‟ / „‟Fight‟‟
  40. 40.  „‟Mixed Emotions‟‟ / „‟Fancy Man Blues‟‟  „‟Sad Sad Sad / „‟Sad Sad Sad‟‟  „‟Rock And A Hard Place‟‟ / „‟Cook Cook Blues‟‟
  41. 41.  „‟Almost Hear You Sigh‟‟ / „‟Break the Spell‟‟ (US)  „‟Almost Hear You Sigh‟‟ / „‟Wish I‟d Never Met You‟‟ (UK)  „‟Paint It, Black‟‟ / „‟Long Long While‟‟  „‟Terrifying‟‟ / „‟Wish I‟d Never Met You‟‟
  42. 42.  „‟Highwire‟‟ / „‟2000 Light Years From Home‟‟ (live)  „‟Ruby Tuesday‟‟ (live) / „‟Play With Fire‟‟ (live)  „‟Sex Drive‟‟ / „‟Sex Drive‟‟
  43. 43.  „‟Love Is Strong‟‟ / „‟The Storm‟‟  „‟Love Is Strong‟‟ / „‟So Young‟‟  „‟You Got Me Rocking‟‟ / „‟Jump On Top of Me‟‟  „‟Out of Tears‟‟ / „‟I‟m Gonna Drive‟‟ / „‟So Young‟‟  „‟Out of Tears‟‟ / I‟m Gonna Drive‟‟ / „‟Sparks Will Fly‟‟
  44. 44.  „‟Sparks Will Fly‟‟ / „‟Sparks Will Fly‟‟  „‟I Go Wild‟‟ (remixes)  „‟Like A Rolling Stone‟‟ (live) / „‟Black Limousine‟‟ / „‟All Down The Line‟‟
  45. 45.  „‟Wild Horses‟‟ (live) / „‟Live With Me‟‟ (live) / „‟Tumbling Dice‟‟ (live)
  46. 46.  „‟Anybody Seen My Baby?‟‟ / remixes  „‟Flip The Switch‟‟ / „‟Flip The Switch‟‟
  47. 47.  „‟Saint of Me‟‟ / „‟Gimme Shelter‟‟ / „‟Anyway You Look At It‟‟  „‟Out of Control‟‟ / (remixes)  „‟Gimme Shelter‟‟ (live) / „‟Gimme Shelter‟‟ (live)
  48. 48.  „‟Don‟t Stop‟‟ / „‟Miss You‟‟ (remix)
  49. 49.  „‟Sympathy for the Devil‟‟/ (remixes)
  50. 50.  „‟Streets of Love‟‟ / „‟Rough Justice‟‟  „‟Oh No, Not You Again‟‟ / „‟Oh No, Not You Again‟‟  „‟Rain Fall Down‟‟ (remixes)
  51. 51.  2006: ◦ „‟Biggest Mistake‟‟ / „‟Dance Pt. 1 „‟ (live) / „‟Before They Make Me Run‟‟  2007:  „‟Paint It, Black‟‟
  52. 52.  2008: ◦ „‟Gimme Shelter‟‟ ◦ „‟Sympathy for the Devil‟‟ ◦ „‟She‟s a Rainbow‟‟  2009:  „‟Wild Horses‟‟  2010:  „‟Plundered My Soul‟‟ / „‟All Down The Line‟‟
  53. 53.  2011: ◦ “No Spare Parts” / “Before They Make Me Run”  2012: ◦ “Doom and Gloom” / “One More Shot”
  54. 54. Best song: „‟Salt of the Earth‟‟ Best song: „‟Let It Be‟‟  ROLLING STONES ◦ Active 1962-present. ◦ Five member band until Bill Wyman‟s departure in 1993. ◦ Described themselves as „‟tough guys.‟‟ ◦ More successful partnership between lead singers (M. Jagger and K. Richards).  THE BEATLES ◦ Active 1960-1970. ◦ Four member band throughout their existence. ◦ Described themselves as „‟nice guys.‟‟ ◦ Less successful partnership between lead singers (J. Lennon and P. McCartney).

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