ABKCO Records’ “Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! The Rolling Stones In Concert” 40th Anniversary deluxe box set and super deluxe box set give fans a front-row seat to the performance like never before.
The Rolling Stones have been doing a huge promotional push to spotlight the rerelease of their landmark 1972 album Exile On Main Street and the Stones In Exile documentary about the making of the album. Part of the promotions have been appearances on rock radio stations in the UK.
Slip behind the scenes of the storied Rolling Stones live album, ‘Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!’
Renowned sound engineer and record producer Andy Johns talks about the experience of being involved in the recording process of ‘Exile on Main Street.’
Explore the artwork for ‘Exile On Main Street’ and the part it played in the making of this classic album
It’s been around for so long and has been praised so often that it seems strange to think there was ever a time when director Nic Roeg’s “Performance” was not a part of the rock mythos.
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As Immediate owner Andrew Loog Oldham himself once said, “There’s your truth, there’s my truth, and there’s the truth.”
With rhythm and blues steadily gaining popularity in England, fans frequented London’s Ronnie Scott’s Club in Soho, The Marquee Club in Upper Martin’s Lane and the Crawdaddy Club at the Station Hotel in Richmond.
The Stones themselves had no such questions. Indeed, in terms of sinister intent, the band’s first sessions of 1969 delivered several songs of far greater import and impact than anything on the disc they were following up — all the more so since their very subject matter is less descriptive of evil, than pregnant with it.