August 29: The Rolling Stones released “Steel Wheels” in 1989

“All the ambivalence, recriminations, attempted rapprochement and psychological one-upmanship evident on Steel Wheels testify that the Stones are right in the element that has historically spawned their best music – a murky, dangerously charged environment in which nothing is merely what it seems. Against all odds, and at this late date, the Stones have once again generated an album that …

The Rolling Stones – Marquee Club London – March 26, 1971 (Full concert video)

Wonderful concert with a Mick Taylor in top form… Setlist: Live With Me Dead Flowers I Got The Blues Let It Rock Midnight Rambler Satisfaction Bitch Brown Sugar Band: Mick Jagger – Vocals Keith Richards – Guitar Mick Taylor – Guitar Bill Wyman – Bass Charlie Watts – Drums Ian Stewart – Piano Nicky Hopkins – Keyboards Bobby Keys – …

July 04 in music history

Happy 76th Birthday Bill Withers (read more) I feel that it is healthier to look out at the world through a window than through a mirror. Otherwise, all you see is yourself and whatever is behind you. ~Bill Withers Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone, It’s not warm when she’s away, Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone, And she’s always …

36 years ago: The Rolling Stones released Some Girls in 1978

Ain’t I rough enough Ain’t I tough enough Ain’t I rich enough In love enough Oooo, ooh please. Some Girls was released in 8 June 1978 and it was their first full album with Ronnie Wood. It’s a great album, up there with the best albums in their catalogue. They mixed in some new wave sounds, added a bit of …