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For Brian Jones - Various - The Interpreters (CDr, Album)

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  • Sep 15,  · Even though the obvious acoustic guitar overdub has been removed (that's heard in 25X5 documentary) for the official release, there is an overdubbed electric guitar playing gently during the intro of YCAGWYW. It's just playing the C and F similar to what Brian is shown to be playing, but it is just slightly different.
  • A lot of people don’t always recognize the name Brian Jones, or quite comprehend his importance in the music world. Therefore, Rocks Off is diving deep into his life to understand exactly who was Brian Jones. It's quite astonishing how much Brian Jones achieved in his short lifetime. On top of forming and naming the Rolling Stones, hence where the phrase ‘No Jones No Stones’ comes from.
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  • The last official album was A Bigger Bang from , and they've more or less stopped making new stuff since. The Beatles quit the concerts to concentrate on the studio. The Stones, being the live band they always were, quit the studio to concentrate on the concerts.
  • Brian Jones never released a solo album and the closest he came was the film score that he composed for A DEGREE OF MURDER. Unfortunately, an official soundtrack has never been released. Several bootlegs claiming to be the 'soundtrack' have appeared, but they are all straight dubs from the film, with dialogue present and often in terrible sound.
  • 4. Besides founding The Rolling Stones, we can also thank Jones for bringing a seminal piece of world music to the ears of the West via his recording of Morocco’s Master Musicians of Joujouka on the ‘Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Joujouka’ album, released on Rolling Stones Records in 5.
  • Brian Jones was a musical innovator and multi-instrumentalist who was very much the inspiration for The Rolling Stones in their early days. If he was still alive, Brian Jones would be 78 years old.
  • Brian Jones, guitarist and founding member of The Rolling Stones, has been deceased now for close to 50 years. The first of the infamous 27 club, Jones lived a short but explosive life entrenched in drugs, music, and the swinging London of the 60's. Unfortunately, since his death in 69, Brian Jones has fallen into the ether of the musical past/5(82).
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