50 years with the band Rolling Stones!
Maybe they influenced the lifestyle for some fellows of my generation.
They are an example, that it is possible for white people
to understand the American blues music.
photo kindly sent to my group BLOG IT! by foxysangels143
title=”backinthatdays” – click on the picture, to enter her galleries …
I like the book “Bill Wyman‘s Blues Odysse”,
published 2001 by Dorling Kindersley Limited, London:
a great tribute to blues by one of the Rolling Stones band members.
Many of their rock’n roll songs are related to black music.
The big hit “The Last Time” (1965) is related to the gospel
“This may be the last time” by the Staple Singers
- listen to some youtube video clips below …
This may be the last time – The Staple Singers
Rolling Stones – The Last Time (1965)
- The Rolling Stones Turn 50! (lezgetreal.com)
- The Rolling Stones’ first gig – ever! (guardian.co.uk)
- Watts shines a light on Stones’ 50th plans (goerie.com)
- Imagine a World Without The Stones (wnyc.org)
- When I saw the Rolling Stones play live (guardian.co.uk)
- Showbiz: Rolling Stones plan farewell gig at Glastonbury festival (dailyrecord.co.uk)
- The Rolling Stones Celebrate 50 Years With Photo Show (myq105.cbslocal.com)
- Charlie Watts: Rolling Stones Still Undecided On Anniversary Plans (wzlx.cbslocal.com)
“brown sugar” from the scorsese film project: