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TODAY IN ROLLING STONES’ HISTORY: January 17

HAPPY 73rd BIRTHDAY MICK TAYLOR!
Born Michael Kevin Taylor (son of Marilyn and Lionel Taylor) on Jan. 17 1949 in Welwyn Garden City but raised in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England.

Jan. 17, 1963: Marquee International Jazz Club, London, England

Jan. 17, 1964: City Hall, Salisbury, England (extracurricular gig)


Jan. 17, 1964: Release of the ‘THE ROLLING STONES’ EP in the UK (Decca DFE 8560)
SIDE A: 1. Bye Bye Johnny/ 2. Money
SIDE B: 1. You Better Move On/ 2. Poison Ivy

Jan. 17, 1998: Madison Square Garden, NYC, NY, USA
Satisfaction/Let’s Spend The Night Together/Flip The Switch/Gimme Shelter/ When The Whip Comes Down/Might As Well Get Juiced/All Down The Line/ Saint Of Me/Out Of Control/Miss You/Band introduction/Thief In The Night/ You Don’t Have To Mean It/Little Queenie/I Just Want To Make Love To You/ Like A Rolling Stone/Sympathy For The Devil/Tumbling Dice/Honky Tonk Women/Start Me Up/Jumping Jack Flash/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Brown Sugar


Jan. 17, 2003: A long-lost recording featuring John Lennon and Mick Jagger sparked a biding war at a London auction. The acetate record containing the song TOO MANY COOKS (with Jagger singing and Lennon playing guitar) was recorded in December 1973. The track wasn’t released at the time because the two artists were both signed to different record companies, although it showed up in several bootlegs. The song was finally officially released in Mick Jagger’s 2007 compilation album THE VERY BEST OF MICK JAGGER.

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