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Download The Little Red Rooster Blues Band (US) 1997 Livin' Large [Blues]

The Rolling Stones are an English rock band whose blues and rhythm and blues-infused music propelled them to the heights of popularity during the "British Invasion" in the early 1960s. They went on to become the longest-lived major rock band in history, and one of the most successful.

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On July 12, 1962, the group played its first formal "gig" at the Marquee club in central London, featuring Jagger, Richards, Jones, Stewart on piano, Taylor on bass, and Tony Chapman on drums. Jones intended for the band to play primarily Chicago blues, but Jagger and Richards brought the rock and roll of Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley to the band. Taylor soon left the group. Bassist Bill Wyman joined in December and drummer Charlie Watts the following January to form the Stones' long standing rhythm section.

The group's first EP, The Rolling Stones and album (titled England's Newest Hit Makers in the U.S.), were composed primarily of covers drawn from the band's live repertoire. A notable hit from the album was the band's first top-40 single written by Jagger and Richards, "Tell Me (You're Coming Back)," backed by the Willie Dixon-penned "I Just Want to Make Love to You," which had earlier been an R & B hit for Muddy Waters. After signing with Decca Records, the Stones began touring the UK and Europe. On their first tour of England, they were billed with American stars including Ike and Tina Turner, Bo Diddley, The Ronettes, The Everly Brothers, and Little Richard. The first tour also cemented the Stones' shift from a rhythm-and-blues band to more of a pop band, resulting in a reduction in the number of blues songs the band played live.

Although the Stones successfully rode the British Invasion wave initiated by the Beatles, manager Andrew Loog Oldham crafted the band's image to be the Beatles' opposite, projecting a tough, bluesy, and more overtly sexual image.

By early 1968, the Stones had acquired Allen Klein as their new manager. The band spent the first few months of the year compiling material for their next album. These sessions resulted in the song "Jumpin' Jack Flash," released as a single in May. The song, and the resulting album, Beggars Banquet (UK number three; U.S. five), marked the band's return to its blues roots with new producer Jimmy Miller. Featuring the album's lead single "Street Fighting Man" and the opening track "Sympathy for the Devil," Beggars Banquet was another eclectic mix of country and blues-inspired tunes and was hailed as a major achievement for the Stones at the time of its release. During this time, Richards started using open tunings, most prominently a 5-string open-G tuning, as heard on the 1969 single, "Honky Tonk Women," "Brown Sugar" (Sticky Fingers, 1971), "Tumbling Dice," "Happy," (Exile on Main St., 1972), and "Start Me Up" (Tattoo You, 1981). Open tunings lead to the Stones' (and Richards') later trademark guitar sound.

The release of Let It Bleed (UK number one; U.S. three) came in December. Their last album of the 1960s, Let It Bleed featured "Gimme Shelter," "You Can't Always Get What You Want," "Midnight Rambler," as well as a cover of blues legend Robert Johnson's "Love in Vain." Most of these songs became part of the live show for the resulting tour of America, their first in three years. The tour culminated with the band's staging of the Altamont Free Concert, at the disused Altamont Speedway, east of San Francisco. The concert grew ugly and turned into a disaster, due in part to the hiring of the Hell's Angels to undertake security, as a fan was stabbed and beaten to death by the Angels. The tour and the Altamont concert were documented in Albert and David Maysles' film Gimme Shelter. As a response to the growing popularity of bootleg recordings of the concert, the live album Get Yer Ya-Yas Out! (UK number one; U.S. number six) was released in 1970.

In November 2012, the Stones began their 50 & Counting... tour at London's O2 Arena, where they were joined by Jeff Beck. At their second show in London, Eric Clapton and Florence Welch joined the group onstage. The third anniversary concert took place on December 8 at the Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York. The last two dates were at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, on December 13 and 15. Bruce Springsteen and blues rock band the Black Keys joined the band on the final night. They also played two songs at 12-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief.

The band released Blue & Lonesome on December 2, 2016. The album consisted of 12 blues covers of artists like Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed, and Little Walter. Recording took place in British Grove Studios, London, in December 2015, and featured Eric Clapton on two tracks. The album reached No. 1 in the UK, the second-highest opening sales week for an album that year. It also debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200.

Besides their huge popularity and unprecedented longevity as a top rock and roll band, the Rolling Stones are notable in modern popular music for assimilating various musical genres into their recordings and performances, ultimately making a unique style of their own. The band's career is marked by a continual reference and reliance on musical styles like American blues, country, R & B, folk, reggae, and world music, as well as traditional English styles that use stringed instrumentation like violins and harps. 041b061a72


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