Mick Jagger on a poster in Bravo in January 1971
My dad is well known for his surprises.
About two months before his 60th birthday, he Facetimed with a wild proposition.
Drinking his Fresca, we locked eyes through the phone screen and he said, “You know how I have been thinking of doing something wild and crazy for my 60th birthday? 863 more words
It’s quite possible to be batshit crazy and a profound poet at the same time. Which brings me to Jean-Luc Godard’s 1969 film, “Sympathy for the Devil.” It takes beautiful footage of the Rolling Stones rehearsing the title song at Olympia studios in London, and intersperses it with head-scratching ’60s skit comedy of the Marxist variety. 504 more words
ARTIST: The Rolling Stones
LABEL: 4Reel Productions
RUNTIME: approx 1hr30min
NOTES: DVD9 split into 2 DVD5s. Bonus material on disc 2 includes Saville Theatre 1969, Australian Tour Doc 1973, promo clips, Brown Sugar 1973, David Frost Show 1969, Interviews with Mick Jagger & footage of Mick & Bianca Jagger’s wedding.