Interview fromage ou dessert de Bill Wyman

29 mars 2003 En présence de Vincent PEREZ, Gérard DARMON, Judith GODRECHE, Macha MERIL et Clara MORGANE, Bill WYMAN répond à linterview "fromage ou dessert" de Thierry ARDISSON…Les propos de Bill WYMAN sont traduits de langlais au français par une voix off.

Gram Parsons Upper Darby Live 1973

GP and Emmylou Harris and The Fallen Angels Live at The Tower Theater, in Upper Darby, PA. For the DIE HARD Gram Parsons fans only as audio varies!!! SETLIST`-1)Christines Tune 2)Tried So Hard 3)Well Sweep Out The Ashes 4)Streets of Baltimore 5)Hickory Wind 6)Country Baptizing 7)Love Hurts 8)Hot Burrito#2 8)Six Days On The Road 10)Sin City 11) Wheels…as usual, I do not own a thing-and dont forget to sign the petition to get our favorite son into the CMHOF!!!!!! GO TO WWW.GRAMPARSONSPETITION.COM And all have a blessed day..ok?

Rolling Stones We Love You Instrumental Brian Jones mellotron Nicky Hopkins piano

Instrumental Stones Rolling we love you – brian – jagger – watts – Bill – keith – Nicky Hopkins on piano "We Love You" is a rock song written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, first released as Decca single F12654 in the UK by The Rolling Stones on August 18, 1967, with a B-side of "Dandelion". It went top ten in Britain, peaking at #8, but only made it to #50 in the United States where "Dandelion" (reaching #14) was promoted as the A-side. This singles two tracks would be the final Stones recordings receiving a production credit for band manager Andrew Loog Oldham. Nicky Hopkins – Piano

ROLLING STONES – Can’t you hear me knocking (Mono Promo Version)

Recorded in March & May, 1970. Released April 23, 1971 on the album Sticky Fingers Lead Vocals: Mick Jagger Electric Guitars: Keith Richards & Mick Taylor Drums: Charlie Watts Bass: Bill Wyman Backing Vocals: Keith Richards Organ: Billy Preston Saxophone: Bobby Keys Congas: Rocky Dijon Percussion: Jimmy Miller CANT YOU HEAR ME KNOCKING (M. JaggerK. Richards) Yeah, you got satin shoes Yeah, you got plastic boots Yall got cocaine eyes Yeah, you got speed-freak jive Cant you hear me knockin on your window Cant you hear me knockin on your door Cant you hear me knockin down your dirty street, yeah Help me baby, aint no stranger Help me baby, aint no stranger Help me baby, aint no stranger Cant you hear me knockin, ahh, are you safe asleep? Cant you hear me knockin, yeah, down the gas light street, now Cant you hear me knockin, yeah, throw me down the keys Alright now Hear me ringing big bell tolls Hear me singing soft and low Ive been begging on my knees Ive been kickin, help me please Hear me prowlin Im gonna take you down Hear me growlin Yeah, Ive got flat-ten feet now, now, now, now Hear me howlin And all, all around your street now Hear me knockin And all, all around your town

The New Barbarians – "Am I Groovin You" – "Seven Days" – Live 1979

"Am I Grooving You" – Authors (RussellBarry) "Seven Days" – Author (Bob Dylan) Knebworth Fair, United Kingdom – 1979 – Ronnie Wood – Keith Richards – Stanley Clarke (bass) – *Phillip Chen (bass) – Ian McLagan (keyboardist) – Bobby Keys (Saxophone) – Zigaboo Modeliste (drums) *For the Knebworth show "Stanley Clarke" was replaced on short notice by bassist "Phillip Chen", who had to learn all the songs in one day.