Rolling Stones chronology – July 3
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1963: Eel Pie Island, Twickenham, England
1966: Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ, USA (2 shows)
Featured below is a 8mm home movie (no sound) from that day
1969: Brian Jones dies in the early morning hours of July 3rd, 1969, less than a month following his exit from the band. Jones died shortly after being pulled, unconscious, out of the floodlight swimming pool at his home in Hartfield. Circumstances surrounding the late night tragedy remain vague, despite testimony by three friends who were near the scene, despite a coroner’s inquest, and despite blatantly sensational coverage by the London press.
July 3, 1975: Release of NOW LOOK, Ronnie Wood’s second solo album
SIDE A: 1. I Got Lost When I Found You/ 2. Big Bayou/ 3. Breathe On Me*/ 4. If You Don’t Want My Love/ 5. I Can Say She’s Allright*
SIDE B: 1. Caribbean Boogie/ 2. Now Look/ 3. Sweet Baby Mine/ 4. I Can’t Stand The Rain*/ 5. It’s Unholy**/ 6. I Got A Feeling
*With Keith as guest
**With Mick Taylor as guest
1981: Release of Bill Wyman’s 7″ single (SI SI) JE SUIS UN ROCK STAR / RIO DE JANEIRO
1982: Praterstadion, Vienna, Austria
Under My Thumb/When The Whip Comes Down/Let’s Spend The Night Together/Shattered/Neighbours/Black Limousine/Just My Imagination/Twenty Flight Rock/Going To A Go Go/Let Me Go/Time Is On My Side/Beast Of Burden/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Band introduction/Little T & A/Tumbling Dice/She’s So Cold/Hang Fire/Miss You/Honky Tonk Women/Brown Sugar/Start Me Up/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction
1995: L’Olympia, Paris, France
Honky Tonk Women/Tumbling Dice/You Got Me Rocking/All Down The Line/Shattered/Beast Of Burden/Let It Bleed/Angie/Wild Horses/Down In The Bottom/Shine A Light/Like A Rolling Stone/I Go Wild/Miss You/Band introduction/Connection/Slipping Away/Midnight Rambler/Rip This Joint/Start Me Up/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash
*With special guest Don Was on ‘Shine A Light’
Keith and Mick on the Olympia shows:
Keith: “From my point of view, the more Mick is willing to go out on a limb and try a different song, that’s a sign of confidence in the band and I encourage it all the way. I can see where there is room yet for the Stones to expand into some very interesting music rather than just be the Stones. We’ve all got to feel that – otherwise it would be close-the-shop time.”
Mick: “Shine a Light was one of the unusual songs we picked, which is a song from Exile. We had never done that before, being something that was just hidden. And I was really surprised when we first did it – that people knew it. The audience starts singing along, and I was like Uh.”
2014: ‘Roskilde Festival’, Roskilde, Denmark
Jumping Jack Flash/Let’s Spend The Night Together/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Tumbling Dice/Wild Horses/Doom And Gloom/She’s So Cold/Out Of Control/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/You Got The Silver/Can’t Be Seen/Midnight Rambler/Miss You/Gimme Shelter/Start Me Up/Sympathy For The Devil/Brown Sugar/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Satisfaction
*With special guests the Vocal Line choir on ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’
2019: FedExField, Landover, MD, USA
Jumping Jack Flash/It’s Only Rock’n Roll/Tumbling Dice/You Got Me Rocking/Mercy Mercy/Rocks Off/You Can’t Always Get What You Want/Angie/Let It Bleed/Sympathy For The Devil/Honky Tonk Women/Band introduction/Slipping Away/Before They Make Me Run/Miss You/Paint It Black/ Midnight Rambler/Start Me Up/Brown Sugar/Gimme Shelter/Satisfaction
*On the 50th anniversary of Brian Jones’ death, the Stones perform Mercy Mercy for the first time in fifty years.
(Ref. rolling stones chronology july 3)
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