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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According to producer Andrew Loog Oldham, the title of the movie came from the fact that during filming the camera seemed to favor Charlie Watts over the other Stones. 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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Featured in Fire in the Water (1977) See more »

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Heart of Stone
Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
Performed by The Rolling Stones
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See Rock as an Innocent.
1 May 2004 | by (Aberdeen, Scotland) – See all my reviews

Charming real-life footage of the Stones when they were a working band. They act like young men in their early 20's experiencing the first flush of fame: impersonating Elvis, running from fans, endless travel. It's not meant to be prophetic but rather, a contemporary look at a phenomenon. A band would be too wise (or too well advised) to be so open now concerning doubt over their abilities or being exposed for their pretensions. Brian Jones is particularly vulnerable to having lofty artistic ideas which he doesn't really understand. This is a fantastic snapshot of rock before cynicism, drugs, police busts, corporate machinery and political sloganeering ushered in the hippy dream and the dark side of the sixties. Rock before overdoses, festivals and manipulative guile.


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