The English rock group the Rolling Stones have released 30 studio albums, 33 live albums, 29 compilation albums, three extended play singles, singles, 32 box sets, 48 video albums and 77 music early singles and albums released from to were originally on Decca Records in the United Kingdom, and on their subsidiary label London Records in the United States.
Many magazines published interviews, but The Rolling Stone Interview was definitive--in the interviewee's own words, unedited, uncensored, and whatever amount of space needed. This book includes important interviews from to with some of the most great musicians of the time. Their words are as timeless as the s:
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I interviewed more than 90 of Fillmore East’s musicians and crewmembers, including 19 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, Paul Simon, and the Rolling Stones, who stopped by on their way to.
· “Abbey Road had never closed before,” Mark Robertson, the studios’ Head of Brand & Communications, tells Rolling Stone. “We’re 90 years old next year, and this is the first time that the.
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