Two days in the life of the Rolling Stones during their tour of Ireland in 1965.

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Two days in the life of the Rolling Stones during their tour of Ireland in 1965.

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Shot in 1965 during the Stones' tour of Ireland, only received spotty release in 1966 before being withdrawn, has seldom been seen since then. It finally received a wide television and video release in 2012 as The Rolling Stones: Charlie Is My Darling - Ireland 1965 (2012) See more »

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Brian Jones: Let's face it; the future as a Rolling Stone is very uncertain.
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Referenced in Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel (2011) See more »

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I Feel Fine
Written by John Lennon / Paul McCartney
Performed by Mick Jagger
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Unreleased visionary gem.Hard Day's Night directed by Godard
9 April 2000 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

Stands alongside Pennebaker's 'Don't Look Back' as pioneering 60's verite rockumentary. By turns funny, touching, exciting & revealing. Whitehead manages to create an astonishing level of intimacy with the world's premier rock band which would be unthinkable these days. Even the taciturn Charlie Watts is coaxed out of his shell and shares his feelings and philosophy (for perhaps the only time on film). Brian Jones's narcissism is palpable; A topless Keef displays his early mastery of the guitar jamming on 'Salty Dog'. The scenes of fan craziness in the pressure cooker fame game of the early 60's are viewed ironically from a distance like 'A Hard Day's Night' directed by Godard. The film also works now as a sort of social history of Ireland in the evocative detail of a vanished era. The occasional melancholy tone is one of the idiosyncratic touches that sets the film apart from any other pop doc. before or since.

A personal highlight is the hilarious scene where Watts tries to take a cigarette from Wyman but is repeatedly outwitted by some painfully simple sleight of hand.


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