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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: October 27

Oct. 27, 1962: The very first time the embryonic Rolling Stones entered a studio, recording three tracks at the Curly Clayton Sound Studios
1. Soon Forgotten (James Oden cover, unconfirmed)
2. Close Together (Jimmy Reed cover, unconfirmed)
3. You Can’t Judge A Book By The Cover (Willie Dixon cover, unconfirmed)
Band line-up: Mick Jagger (vocals)/ Keith Richard (guitar)/ Brian Jones (guitar) Ian Stewart (piano)/ Dick Taylor (bass)/ Tony Chapman (drums)


Oct. 27, 1963: Gaumont Theatre, Salisbury, England (2 shows)


Oct. 27, 1966: Release of Chris Farlowe’s 7″ single RIDE ON BABY / HEADLINES, produced by Mick (Immediate IM 038)


Oct. 27, 1969: Press conference at the Beverly Wilshire hotel in Los Angeles.
Mick, about ticket prices: “We aren’t doing this tour for money, but because we want to play America and have a lot of fun. We’re really not into that sort of economic scene. I mean, either you’re gonna sing and all that crap or you’re gonna be a fucking economist. We’re sorry people can’t afford to come. We don’t know that this tour is more expensive. You’ll have to tell us”

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