This book is less a history and more a historical perspective on why both of these bands remain important.
Half the fun of watching the online auction scene, which, for the first time in a long time, includes an appearance by The Doors in Goldmine’s Top Ten.
The Rolling Stones Stones in Exile Eagle Rock Entertainment (B003GCMX5Y) Grade: ★★★★ By Pat Prince Eagle Rock has produced a gem of a documentary — stylish, informative and as gritty as the subject matter itself. Many of the stories you’ve …
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.
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
We start this month with a northern soul rarity from Shirley Edwards, in mint-minus shape. This 45 came out on the legendary Shrine Records label. Long in demand for soul buffs, it is featured in the “Rarest of the Rare” soul records listing on soulfulkindamusic.net.
An astounding collection of unpublished photos and memorabilia of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and others taken by The Beatles U.S. tour manager have been hidden away for 40 years.
This near-mint pink label U.S. promo copy of “My Bonnie” is from 1962.
Taken years before Let It Bleed, the photo shows The Rolling Stones with Brian Jones (second from left). Jones’ drug problems and subsequent death prevented him from participating more fully in the making of the album. Prior to his death, Jones had been kicked out of the band. His replacement was Mick Taylor, who played guitar on two Let It Bleed tracks. (Harry Goodwin/Star File – Courtesy of ABKCO)