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?

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.

Gram Parsons – Fallen Angel

On September 19, 1973, the musician and heir to a million-dollar fortune died under the influence of drugs and alcohol near his favourite place – the Joshua Tree National Monument in the Californian desert. As the founder of the Flying Burrito Brothers, a member of the hit-making, legendary Byrds, an important influence on the Rolling Stones and the man who catapulted Emmylou Harris to fame, Gram Parsons made music history in only a few years. The film was made on location by director and musician Gandulf Hennig and American music journalist, musician and biographer Sid Griffin. Friends, contemporaries and devotees of Gram Parsons talk about the importance of his work and the bizarre circumstances of his early death. Rare footage of his performances shows why Gram Parsons has become a legend. Interviewees include Grams wife Gretchen, his sister and his daughter, Keith Richards, Emmylou Harris, Chris Hillman and "Road Manager" Phil Kaufman.

It’s My Birthday! Mick Jagger’s Exclusive Birthday Message To Fans

Mick Jagger proclaims "Its my biiiiirthday!" and sends a very special message to his fans. Brought to you by rocknroll ventriloquist Carla Rhodes

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – The Rolling Stones – Guitar and Bass Cover Collaboration

* * This is multi user INTRO video * In case you have annotations turrned OFF, select this hyperlink: * * * Ratings,comments enabled on main video, thanks for watching! * Guitar and bass cover collaboration of the classic "Satisfaction" by The Rolling Stones Lead and rhythm guitars by Gitcover: Bass by iamRottenRon: ——————————————————————————————————————– B-side "The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man" (US) and "The Spider and the Fly" (UK) Released 6 June 1965 (US) and 20 August 1965 (UK) Format 7", 12" Recorded 12 May 1965, RCA Studios, Hollywood Genre Rock and roll, hard rock Length 3:44 Label London 45-LON 9766 (US) Decca F12220 (UK) Writer(s) JaggerRichards Producer Andrew Loog Oldham Personnel Mick Jagger — lead vocals, backing vocals Keith Richards — electric guitars, backing vocals Brian Jones – acoustic guitar Charlie Watts — drums Bill Wyman – bass guitar Jack Nitzsche – piano, tambourine ——————————————————————————————————————– "(I Cant Get No) Satisfaction" is a song by English rock band The Rolling Stones released in 1965. It was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and produced by Andrew Loog Oldham. The song is notable for Richardss three-note guitar riff which opens and drives the song, and for the lyrics, which include <b>…<b>

Rolling Stones – L♥ving Cup (Mickboy’s Remaster)

♪♫♪ Loving Cup – Alternate Version 1972 Sunset Sound Studios, Los Angeles December 1971 – March 1972 16:9 HD Clip 6000kBits Audio 320kBits 48000Hz Promo VideoFilm Audio Track, Mickboys Remaster 1999 Mick Jagger – Lead & Backing Vocal Keith Richards – Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Harmony & Backing Vocal Bill Wyman – Bass Charlie Watts – Drums Nicky Hopkins – Piano Bobby Keys – Saxophone Jim Price – Trumpet andor Trombone Jimmy Miller – Producer & Maracas Andy Johns & Joe Zagarino – Chief Engineers Contains footage from 1970 or 1971 backstage Europe, New York and Los Angeles 1971 and the never used promo that was filmed by Radio Bremen (producers of "Beat Club" in the 60s for German TV) during the Mountreux rehearsals. If I remember right, they visited the Stones in Switzerland to present an award. I really love the steel drum in this one but prefer the 06.50min long "drunk version" of Loving Cup … too slow for a clip! Levi ♪♫♪ An absolutely wonderful track with some of Mick Jaggers best vocals ever laid down on tape. This is Jaggers live vocal over the original backing track for the song … going all the way to its copletition on the tape. You can hear the engineer mixing it as they go along. The Stones! MICKBOY On the Forty Licks tour, when we were preparing the set list for a show in Yokohama, Chuck Leavell suggested we play Loving Cup, the ballad from Exile On Main Street. I didnt want to play the tune and I said, Chuck, this is going <b>…<b>