Dua Lipa & Mick Jagger?

Mick, Dua Lipa, 11-2022

There’s an article over at Billboard.com headlining “Here’s Why Fans Think Dua Lipa Is Hinting at a Possible Mick Jagger Collaboration – Does Dua’s future include even more nostalgia?”

So the article tells about pop star Dua Lipa, who posted photos of her and Mick in the studio last Saturday, where she probably recorded more music. So that could point to another collaboration with ‘nostalgia’ as she already had been working with Elton John before. There’s a pic showing her with Joni Mitchell, too…

Neither Mick nor Dua commented about this. Anyway, here are the two pics from Dua Lipa’s Instagram:

 

Mick, Dua Lipa, 11-2022
Mick, Dua Lipa, 11-2022

Nice find at Variety

Torino-Film-Fest

Nice find: Mick Jagger’s Desire to Play Alex in ‘A Clockwork Orange’ Shared by Malcolm McDowell at Beatles Vs. Stones Extravaganza in Turin 

The Torino Film Festival, under the direction of Steve Della Casa, launched its 40th edition on Friday evening at the sumptuous Teatro Regio not with a film screening, but with an evening devoted to music. To evoke the links between cinema and music, a talk took place around the theme of the Beatles versus the Rolling Stones, and the bands’ love of cinema, which led them to work with Jean-Luc Godard and Martin Scorsese, among others.

Nice find, this! Go to variety.com, read the rest – some nice details about both bands…

Thanks to Steve [UC] for pointing this out

Greetings to Joe Walsh

Happy birthday, Joe Walsh!

Yup, Happy Birthday, guitar master Joe Walsh!

Lots of friends and famous people greeted Joe who celebrated his 75th birtday on Sunday, November 20.

On Facebook, we can see and hear the many different but always heartfelt greetings to Joe, among them right after Sheryl Crow Keith (at 1:30) and Ronnie (at 1:40).
Ronnie, BTW, greeted Joe “from the studio in LA” !

Happy birthday, Joe Walsh!I think, we all can guess what that means – the Stones are still in LA, working on the new album. Of course, that depends, when that greeting of Ronnie was recorded. But we can guess safely, that it was just recently.

Thanks for the tip, Steve – he sent me a note about this … watch the whole thing here on Facebook

And here’s Keith’s tweet:

 

 

2000 lightyears

2000 lightyears

This was just released: another one from ABCKO…

The Rolling Stones just released a video on YouTube: 2000 Lightyears From Home of the album Her Satanic Majesties Request.

Originally shot using 35mm film, this 1967 “promotional” movie has now been restored in 4K resolution

Enjoy!

Another video (ABCKOvevo) is Lady Jane:

Mono Stones

Colored vinyl box ABCKO

Another huge release from ABKCO hits the stores and the hearts of any collector!

  • It’s a release of The Rolling Stones’ entire studio output of the 1960s  (between 1963 and 1969) – no less.
  • And it’s a limited edition. Yea, right.
  • And: it’s all in MONO.
  • And it’s issued in a 16 LP colored vinyl Box Set.
  • And it includes a 48-page booklet featuring a essay by David Fricke (Rolling Stone) as well as color photos
  • And it’s mastered in Direct Stream Digital (DSD) from the original mono master recordings, by Bob Ludwig and lacquer cutting by Sean Magee at Abbey Road Studios
  • And it contains the differnet UK and US versions of the albums Out Of Our Heads and Aftermath, so it’s the original 14 mono albums plus a special collection – Stray Cats
  • Release date is January 20th, 2023

Colored vinyl box ABCKO

LP 1: The Rolling Stones (UK) [Cobalt Blue vinyl]

  1. Route 66
  2. I Just Want To Make Love To You
  3. Honest I Do
  4. Mona (I Need You Baby)
  5. Now I’ve Got A Witness
  6. Little By Little
  7. I’m A King Bee
  8. Carol
  9. Tell Me
  10. Can I Get A Witness
  11. You Can Make It If You Try
  12. Walking The Dog

LP 2: 12 x 5 [Yellow vinyl]

  1. Around And Around
  2. Confessin’ The Blues
  3. Empty Heart
  4. Time Is On My Side
  5. Good Times, Bad Times
  6. It’s All Over Now
  7. 2120 South Michigan Avenue
  8. Under The Boardwalk
  9. Congratulations
  10. Grown Up Wrong
  11. If You Need Me
  12. Susie Q

LP 3: The Rolling Stones No. 2 [Steel Blue vinyl]

  1. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
  2. Down Home Girl
  3. You Can’t Catch Me
  4. Time Is On My Side
  5. What A Shame
  6. Grown Up Wrong
  7. Down The Road Apiece
  8. Under The Boardwalk
  9. I Can’t Be Satisfied
  10. Pain In My Heart
  11. Off The Hook
  12. Susie Q

LP 4: The Rolling Stones, Now! [Gold vinyl]

  1. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
  2. Down Home Girl
  3. You Can’t Catch Me
  4. Heart Of Stone
  5. What A Shame
  6. Mona (I Need You Baby)
  7. Down The Road Apiece
  8. Off The Hook
  9. Pain In My Heart
  10. Oh, Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin’)
  11. Little Red Rooster
  12. Surprise, Surprise

LP 5: Out Of Our Heads (US) [Sky Blue vinyl]

  1. Mercy Mercy
  2. Hitch Hike
  3. The Last Time
  4. That’s How Strong My Love Is
  5. Good Times
  6. I’m All Right
  7. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
  8. Cry To Me
  9. The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man
  10. Play With Fire
  11. The Spider And The Fly
  12. One More Try

LP 6: Out Of Our Heads (UK) [Green vinyl]

  1. She Said Yeah
  2. Mercy Mercy
  3. Hitch Hike
  4. That’s How Strong My Love Is
  5. Good Times
  6. Gotta Get Away
  7. Talkin’ ‘Bout You
  8. Cry To Me
  9. Oh, Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin’)
  10. Heart Of Stone
  11. The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man
  12. I’m Free

LP 7: December’s Children (And Everybody’s) [Silver vinyl]

  1. She Said Yeah
  2. Talkin’ Bout You
  3. You Better Move On
  4. Look What You’ve Done
  5. The Singer Not The Song
  6. Route 66
  7. Get Off Of My Cloud
  8. I’m Free
  9. As Tears Go By
  10. Gotta Get Away
  11. Blue Turns To Grey
  12. I’m Moving On

LP 8: Aftermath (UK) [Purple vinyl]

  1. Mother’s Little Helper
  2. Stupid Girl
  3. Lady Jane
  4. Under My Thumb
  5. Doncha Bother Me
  6. Going Home
  7. Flight 505
  8. High And Dry
  9. Out Of Time
  10. It’s Not Easy
  11. I Am Waiting
  12. Take It Or Leave It
  13. Think
  14. What To Do

LP 9: Aftermath (US) [Grey vinyl]

  1. 1Paint It, Black
  2. Stupid Girl
  3. Lady Jane
  4. Under My Thumb
  5. Doncha Bother Me
  6. Think
  7. Flight 505
  8. High And Dry
  9. It’s Not Easy
  10. I Am Waiting
  11. Going Home

LP 10: Between The Buttons (UK) [Azure Blue vinyl]

  1. Yesterday’s Papers
  2. My Obsession
  3. Back Street Girl
  4. Connection
  5. She Smiled Sweetly
  6. Cool, Calm & Collected
  7. All Sold Out
  8. Please Go Home
  9. Who’ s Been Sleeping Here?
  10. Complicated
  11. Miss Amanda Jones
  12. Something Happened To Me Yesterday

LP 11: Flowers [Pink vinyl]

  1. Ruby Tuesday
  2. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?
  3. Let’s Spend The Night Together
  4. Lady Jane
  5. Out Of Time
  6. My Girl
  7. Back Street Girl
  8. Please Go Home
  9. Mother’s Little Helper
  10. Take It Or Leave It
  11. Ride On, Baby
  12. Sittin’ On A Fence

LP 12: Their Satanic Majesties Request [White vinyl]

  1. Sing This All Together
  2. Citadel
  3. In Another Land
  4. 2000 Man
  5. Sing This All Together (See What Happens)
  6. She’s A Rainbow
  7. The Lantern
  8. Gomper
  9. 2000 Light Years From Home
  10. On With The Show

LP 13: Beggars Banquet [Maroon vinyl]

  1. Sympathy For The Devil
  2. No Expectations
  3. Dear Doctor
  4. Parachute Woman
  5. Jig-saw Puzzle
  6. Street Fighting Man
  7. Prodigal Son
  8. Stray Cat Blues
  9. Factory Girl
  10. Salt Of The Earth

LP 14: Let It Bleed [Red vinyl]

  1. Gimme Shelter
  2. Love In Vain
  3. Country Honk
  4. Live With Me
  5. Let It Bleed
  6. Midnight Rambler
  7. You Got The Silver
  8. Monkey Man
  9. You Can’t Always Get What You Want

LP 15 & 16 Stray Cats compilation [White vinyl]

  1. Come On
  2. I Want To Be Loved
  3. I Wanna Be Your Man
  4. Stoned
  5. Fortune Teller
  6. Poison Ivy (Version 1)
  7. Bye Bye Johnny
  8. Money
  9. Poison Ivy (Verison 2)
  10. Not Fade Away
  11. I’ve Been Loving You Too Long
  12. The Under Assistant West Coast Promo Man (Single)
  13. 19th Nervous Breakdown
  14. Sad Day
  15. Con Le Mie Lacrime (As Tears Go By)
  16. Long, Long While
  17. Who’s Driving Your Plane?
  18. We Love You (Single Version)
  19. Dandelion
  20. Child Of The Moon
  21. Jumpin’ Jack Flash
  22. Street Fighting Man (Single)
  23. Honky Tonk Women
  24. You Can’t Always Get What You Want (Single)

RIP Jerry Lee Lewis

RIP Jerry Lee Lewis

Another serious blow hits the family!

By the age of 87, Mr. Jerry Lee Lewis finally has left the planet.

We will seriously miss him and we will never forget what we owe him: awe, deep repect and the highest amount of thankfulness you can think of because of all those Rock ‘n’ Roll classics he has left us with.

Just revisit this wonderful piece of history: Jerry Lee, the Killer, being honored and playing with Keith, Mick Fleetwood and Amy Lou Harris…

=> jerryleelewis.com

BBC: Notorious singer Jerry Lee Lewis dies aged 87
The Guardian: Jerry Lee Lewis, notorious US rock’n’roll star, dies aged 87
The Guardian: Jerry Lee Lewis – a life in pictures 
Rolling Stone: Jerry Lee Lewis, Influential and Condemned Rock & Roll Pioneer, Dead at 87 

Yes, The Stones continue

Yes, The Stones continue

Touring has been very successful for The Rolling Stones during the last years.

During the last tours, the band visited the Europe (2018), US (2019, 2021) and Europe again (2022). Now, plans for the next tour are rumoured.

Possibly, they could start early next year with finishing their new studio album. After that, playing several gigs behind this would be a natural thing to expect. To promote the new album, they probably play shows in the US next year, during spring.

This is exciting! Shows in South America are also rumoured – the last time they played there was in 2016 and while we’re at it, Asia has seen the last shows of The Rolling Stones in 2014, so there are possibillities, too. In fact, the band could play at almost any place and at any time on this planet, with only very few exceptions like Russia and China maybe. Russia would welcome the Stones, but I’m pretty sure, they would not want to play there by now and China is just much more complicated to plan and negotiate whereas almost everywhere else, the red carpet for them is guarantied…

 

New album & tour!

Stones tongue on mural

The shouting increases!

Numerous sites echo the story about the plans of The Rolling Stones to finally release their new album and to add a tour next year!

Talk is of another world tour including dates in South America, the US and Europe. Simon Boyle from tabloid The Sun proudly writes “I CAN reveal The Rolling Stones plan to release a new record next summer.” Then, he repeats what we have already heared from Ronnie, but with more words… 😉

Apparently, the band had two weeks at (Electric Ladyland Studios?) in New York recently together with Darryl and Steve. Just as Ronnie had said.

The same good news can be read at yahoo!life, the DailyMail and elsewhere, even downunder perthnow.com.au jumped on the bandwagon …

Grrreat news indeed, folks!!

Shock! Ronnie talks about tour and new album!

Ronnie interview GBN

Ronnie on the telephone with british channel GBNews.

Well, GBNews is not particularly my favourite cup of tea, but in this case, it caught my eye. And my ears.

Ronnie is interviewed by Alastair Steward. While he, Ronnie, has just run an exhibition of some new series of his paintings at London’s Kenwood House (see Ronnies blog here for more on this), he is talking to Alastair about his art.

Of course, he’s asked about music, too. And there you have it. Although the sound quality of his telefone connection is really bad, you can clearly hear him answer to the question whether he thinks the gig in Berlin would have been the last time, he either doesn’t want to answer that or just misses the content. So Alastair insists by asking if he would see him again in Hyde Park or Paris or elsewhere? Ronnie said “Of course you will!

He continues by telling that they are working to finish the studio album that they “have been working on for years“, that they are “bringing that to an end” and that things go on really well now. They just came back from  New York and they’re “finishing it off in LA in a couple of weeks time” and he hopes they will have a “new package to bring” that will be the best for … and here he seems to have to count back until he continues … “the last fiveteen years, I recon” and closing it off by saying that “you will be seeing us live again in the next year, hopefully, too.

So here we go, folks. Let’s hope for the best. After all, a rolling stones gatheres no moss…

Here you go:

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