Wednesday, September 26, 2012

'The History Of Rock'n'Roll'

The History Of Rock'n'Roll 
Directed by: Andrew Solt
Running Time: 9:00+ hrs   Color  Date: 1995

TIME-Life´s rock-documentary The History of Rock and Roll, first broadcasted on television, in series, which was first presented in 1995, consumes some 578 minutes, with 10 episodes. Executive producers include Quincy Jones, while respected writers Peter Guralnick and Greil Marcus are listed as consultants. Beginning in the pre-rock days of Muddy Waters and Louis Jordan and continuing through the death of Kurt Cobain and the birth of the Lollapalooza festival in the mid-1990s

Episode One: Rock 'n' Roll Explodes features old footage of the Rolling Stones´ I Just Want to Make Love to You
Episode Three: Britain Invades, America Fights Back features Around and AroundSatisfaction and Paint It Black;
Episode Six: My Generation includes Street Fighting Man;
Episode Seven: Guitar Heroes features The Last Time.

Also in these episodes interviews with most of the Stones members some new, some from archive footage.
Originally released in VHS tape and recently in DVD.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

The Voodoo Lounge

Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge CD ROM
CD-ROM Production: Second Vision New Media
VIRGIN/ GTE Entertainment   Date: 1995

Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge CD-ROM, Mac and PC compatible, is a music-based point-and-click adventure game. The player wanders around the Voodoo Lounge to solve mysteries and even meets the Rolling Stones in mysterious circumstances. The game contains a lot of unseen Rolling Stones footage and several full-length songs


16 sumptuous fully navigable 3D environments including the Baron’s Lounge and VIP Room
Cursor-sensitive VoodooRaver featuring official Stones animations
New Stones acoustic jam sessions shot exclusively for CD-ROM
Exchange live footage of band on world tour including stops in Tokyo, Johannesburg and Buenos Aires
Rare video footage of Stones blues, soul, and country influences with narration by Keith Richards and Ron Wood
Full length Stones songs including “Love is Strong”, “I Go Wild” and “Sparks Will Fly” plus rare remixes
Backstage and on-stage footage shot by Mick Jagger and Ron Wood

Voodoo Lounge In Japan

Voodoo Lounge World Tour ´95
(aka. Voodoo Lounge In Japan)

Directed by: ( ) NHK TV
Running Time: 134 min   Color   Date: 1995

Telecast on Japanese NHK-TV of the whole show of March 12, 1995, at Tokyo Dome, later released only in Japan on 2 laserdisc.
Shot with 22 cameras, it's a visual feast that captures the live show as no other Stones' video release ever has

The Rolling Stones World Tour 94/95 - TOSHIBA/EMI Laserdisc 1995
Not Fade Away/ Tumbling Dice/ You Got Me Rocking
Live With Me/ Rocks Off/ Sparks Will Fly/ Satisfaction
Angie/ Sweet Virginia/ Rock and a Hard Place/ Love is Strong
I Go Wild/ Miss You/ Honky Tonk Women/ Before They Make Me Run
Slipping Away/ Sympathy For the Devil/ Monkey Man/ Street Fighting Man
Start Me Up/ It's Only Rock and Roll/ Brown Sugar/ Jumpin' Jack Flash

Monday, September 24, 2012

Hoodoo U Voodoo

Hoodoo U Voodoo (aka. Voodoo Lounge)
Directed by: David Mallet   Executive Producer: Michael Cohl
Running Time: 94 min   Color   Date: 1994

Live pay-per-view concert featuring The Rolling Stones at Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, November, 25, 1994.
Featuring special guests Robert Cray, Whoopi Goldberg, Bo Diddley, and Sheryl Crow.
Later released on home-video, on December 1995 and DVD on May 1998

Voodoo Lounge US NTSC Laserdisc

"Not Fade Away"/ "Tumbling Dice"/ "You Got Me Rocking"
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"/ "Angie"/ "Sweet Virginia"
"It's All Over Now"/ "Stop Breaking Down" with Robert Cray
"Who Do You Love" with Bo Diddley/ "Miss You"
"Honky Tonk Women"/ "The Worst"/ "Sympathy for the Devil"
"Start Me Up"/ "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)"
"Brown Sugar"/ "Jumpin' Jack Flash"

Live Voodoo Lounge
Directed by: Jim Gable
   Executive Producer: Michael Cohl
Running Time: 90 min   Color   Date: 1994

US Promotour promotional-only NTSC format video recorded live in the Giants Stadium in New
Jersey, August 14, 1994. Sold exclusively at the Brockum merchandising stalls on the US tour

Track listing:
Not Fade Away
Tumbling Dice
You Got Me Rocking
Rocks Off
Sparks Will Fly
Out Of Tears
Miss You
Honky Tonk Women
The Worst
Monkey Man
Start Me Up
It’s Only Rock’n Roll
Street Fighting Man
Brown Sugar
Jumping Jack Flash

More about the VOODOO LOUNGE promotional video releases:

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Live At Webster Hall

Live Webster Hall 1993 (aka. In New York)
Directed by: (...)
Running Time: 70 min   Color   Date: 1993

Filmed at the Webster Hall in New York City on February 9th, 1993 in support of the new Mick Jagger solo album “Wandering Spirit“. This show had a limited telecast on a pay-per-view special in selected US cities, now is widely bootlegged on DVD

Wired All Night
Out Of Focus
Sweet Thing
Use Me
Don’t Tear Me Up
Evening Gown
Angel In My Heart
Wandering Spirit
Put Me In The Trash
Mother Of A Man
Rip This Joint
Live With Me
Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Blue Ice

Blue Ice
Directed by: Russell Mulcahy
Running Time: 96 min   Color   Date: 1992

A former British secret service agent falls for an American woman and becomes entangled in a web of espionage. Charlie Watts and his Big Band make a cameo appearance onstage at a jazz club. The original soundtrack was mostly written by Pete King and includes some songs performed by Charlie Watts & the Big Band, but no album was ever released from this film 

Friday, September 21, 2012


Directed by: Geoff Murphy
Running Time: 110 min   Color   Date: 1992

A science fiction film starring Emilio Estevez, Mick Jagger, Rene Russo, Jonathan Banks, Grand L. Bush and Anthony Hopkins. Bounty hunters from the future transport a doomed race-car driver to 2009 New York, where his mind will be replaced with that of a dead billionaire...This film received mostly negative reviews

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Keith Richards and The Winos Live

Guitar Legends
Directed by: (...)
Running Time: 6+ hrs   Color   Date: 1991

A five-day live-music broadcast from Seville, Spain (promoting Expo ´92, Seville) featuring 25 of the world's top guitarists, with guests Jack Bruce, Phil Manzanera, Bob Dylan, Brian May, Ray Cooper, Joe Satriani, Paul Rodgers, Steve Cropper, Joe Cocker and Keith Richards among many others. The five concerts are themed and each headline five of the guitarists playing a set. All shows finish with a super jam of all artists of the evening. Broadcasters in 40 countries were targeted to sign up for the festival broadcasts, but a few did broadcast the more than six hour complete shows. Keith Richards set includes Shake, Rattle And Roll, Going Down, Something Else, Connection, I Can’t Turn You Loose

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Keith Richards &The X-Pensive Winos
(aka. At the ABC Studios)
Directed by: (PBS)
Running Time: 60 min   Color   Date: 1992

Keith and the Winos performance at Chicago´s WTTW TV studios, December 28, 1992. A PBS concert special broadcasted by VH-1, later in March and July 1993. There´s also some unauthorized DVD releases with the band rehearsals at the studio

How I Wish
Wicked As It Seems
Hate It When You Leave
Time Is On My Side
Gimme Shelter
Whip It Up
I Could Have Stood You Up

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A Rock´N´Roll New Year from the Hard Rock Café
Directed by: (CBS)
Running Time: 30+ min   Color   Date: 1992

Live telecast of part of Keith and the X-Pensive Winos New Year´s Eve performance at New York City´s Academy, 1992. A New Year´s CBS special, broadcasted that some day. Special guests as Robert Cray and members from Pearl Jam

Take It So Hard
Time Is On My Side
Wicked As It Seems
Gimme Shelter
Going Down

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Live At The Max

The Rolling Stones At The Max (aka. Live At The Max)
Directed by: Julien Temple   Executive Producer: Michael Cohl
Running Time: 89 min   Color   Date: 1990

Another live concert film by The Rolling Stones released in 1991. It was specially filmed in IMAX (the IMAX process, which allows the film to be projected in a size ten times the size of a regular 35mm projected image) during the Urban Jungle tour in Europe in 1990. At the Max premiered on October 25, 1991 in Los Angeles at the California Museum Of Science And Industry, and later on only about 120 IMAX-equipped theaters worldwide. The film was later released on VHS/Laser-disc and recently on DVD and Blu-ray, released under the title Rolling Stones Live at the Max

Start Me Up (Wembley Stadium, London 24.8.90)
Sad Sad Sad (Stadio Delle Alpi, Torino 28.7.90)
Tumbling Dice (Wembley Stadium, London 24.8.90)
Ruby Tuesday (Wembley Stadium, London 25.8.90)
Rock And A Hard Place (Stadio Delle Alpi, Torino 28.7.90)
Honky Tonk Women (Stadio Delle Alpi, Torino 28.7.90)
You Can’t Always Get (Wembley Stadium, London 25.8.90)
Happy (Radrennbahn Weissensee, East-Berlin 14.8.90)
Paint It Black (Stadio Delle Alpi, Torino 28.7.90)
2000 Light Years From Home (Stadio Delle Alpi, Torino 28.7.90)
Sympathy For The Devil (Wembley Stadium, London 24.8.90)
Street Fighting Man (Wembley Stadium, London 25.8.90)
It’s Only Rock’n Roll (Radrennbahn Weissensee, East-Berlin 14.8.90)
Brown Sugar (Wembley Stadium, London 25.8.90)
Satisfaction (Wembley Stadium, London 24.8.90)

Note: sound recording dates

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Urban Jungle Barcelona ´90

Urban Jungle - The Rolling Stones (aka. Barcelona ´90)
Directed by: ( ) Tele 5
Running Time: 90 min   Color   Date: 1990

Highlights of the concerts at the Estadi Olimpic June 13/14, 1990, in Barcelona were  first telecast in Spain by Tele 5 channel and in France by Canal+. It was later shown as a pay-per-view special on Europe, via SkyTV and re-broadcast worldwide

Start Me Up
Sad Sad Sad
Tumbling Dice
Miss you
Ruby Tuesday
Rock and a Hard Place
Honky Tonk Women
Paint it Black
2000 Light Years from Home
Sympathy for the Devil
Street Fighting Man
It's Only Rock and Roll
Brown Sugar
Jumping Jack Flash

Monday, September 17, 2012

Steel Wheels Japan Tour

Rolling Stones Tokyo 1990
(aka. Rolling Stones On Tour/ Steel Wheels Japan Tour 1990)
Directed by: (...)
Running Time: 60+ min   Color   Date: 1990

A Japanese TV documentary of the Steel Wheels Tour in Tokyo, broadcasted later, in April 1990

interview with KR (probably Tokyo, Tokyo Dome 13/14.2.1990)
Ruby Tueday (tour-rehearsals, Tokyo 13/14.2.1990) 
Tumbling Dice (tour-rehearsals, Tokyo 13/14.2.1990)
Start Me Up (Tokyo 14.2.1990) 
interview with Wood, Jagger and Wyman (Tokyo 13/14.2.1990) 
Sympathy For The Devil (Tokyo 14.2.1990, part only)
Honky Tonk Women (Tokyo 14.2.1990, part only) 
Sad Sad Sad (tour-rehearsals, Tokyo 13/14.2.1990)
guitar riffs by Jagger (tour-rehearsals, Tokyo 13/14.2.1990) 
interview with Wood and Wyman (Tokyo, Isetan store 15.2.1990)
includes footage from the arrival, press conference, backstage scenes

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Rolling Stones Steel Wheels Japan Tour 1990 (Part.2)
(aka. Rolling Stones At Tokyo Dome)
Directed by: (...)
Running Time: 60+ min   Color   Date: 1990

Shown in Japanese TV Special “Rolling Stones - Steel Wheels Japan Tour 1990 [Part 2]”, a live concert recorded at Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, February 26, broadcast later in Autumn, 1990

Start Me Up/ Bitch
Rock And A Hard Place 
Mixed Emotions
Honky Tonk Women/ Happy
Paint It Black/ 2000 Light Years From Home
Sympathy For The Devil
It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll
Satisfaction/ Jumpin’ Jack Flash

Available the whole (not broadcasted) unedited pro-shot recording of 2 nights at Tokyo Dome, February 24 & 26, in some unauthorized releases