Tuesday, October 23, 2012

the stars in the sky they never lie

(stone me) TV APP/PROMO & PRIVATE FILMS ´63-´73

TV appearances, promo & private films 1963-1973

This chapter just list the Rolling Stones TV appearances and does not include any complete footage due to copyright laws.
Also listed are interviews/guest appearances with one or more members of the band.

Monday, October 22, 2012


In 1975 Andy Warhol released a portfolio of ten screenprints of Jagger; from this work Warhol also produced limited series of drawings and collages taken from the original photographic images. Several variations were made, from plain colour prints to series incorporated torn coloured paper, creating shapes of colour like he did with ink during the screen printing process

Saturday, October 20, 2012


Fashion designers Mārīte Mastiņa and Rolands Pēterkops 2009 installation TENANTS, with this doll character
inspired and modeled after Keith Richards in a suitable dark atmosphere

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Doom and Gloom

doom and gloom video

(50 & counting...)

Crossfire Hurricane

Crossfire Hurricane
Directed by: Brett Morgen
Running Time: 150 min   Color   Date: 2012

The new film about the Rolling Stones documents the band career from their early days right up to present day, and feature some unseen footage of the band, including commentaries from all members, ex-members included. The producers been looking and restoring old footage, for more than a year now, so this is a quite a fine documentary spanning the 50 years of "the Greatest
Rock`N´Roll Band In The World"


... (working title: Happy)
Directed: Johnny Deep
Cinematography: Dariusz Wolski
Running Time: ( ) min   Color   Date: ( )

Johnny Deep is directing this untitled documentary, which was filming as of January 30, 2010, at the Los Angeles Theatre; guests includes Keith Richards, Patti Smith, Waddy Wachtel, Steve Jordan and Norah Jones. Besides 35 hours of conversation and performance already taped on January 2010, they are working on kilometers of archive footage, and there´s plans to do more shooting soon...

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

On Stranger Tides

At World´s End/ On Stranger Tides
Directed by: Gore Verbinski (At World´s End)/
Rob Marshall (On Stranger Tides)
Running Time: 169/ 136 min   Color   Date: 2007/ 2011

Richards made a cameo appearance as Captain Teague, Jack Sparrow's father, in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, released in May 2007, and won the Best Celebrity Cameo award at the 2007 Spike Horror Awards for the role. Richards, who partially inspired Johnny Depp's portrayal of Sparrow reprised his role in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, released in May 2011; he and Depp tried to persuade Mick Jagger to audition for the part of a pirate elder


Rocket 69
Date: 1980

At March 1980, when this concert was performed, Ronnie Lane had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and was already in pain, but nevertheless, gathered some of his friends, including Ian STU, Henry McCullough,Bruce Rowland and more. Originally recorded in Cologne, West Germany for Rockpalast WDR TV show, the concert was released in double format as CD/VCD, on February 2001

30th Anniversary of Rock 'N' Roll All Star Jam
by Bo Diddley and Chuck Berry
Date: 1985

When Rock & Roll turns 30, Bo Diddley is joined by some guests; Chuck Berry, Ron Wood, Bobby Keys, Carl Wilson, Mick Fleetwood, John Mayall and Ronnie Lane for this rockin' all-star jam session filmed in October 25, 1985. Televised by HBO TV on a later date and released on video and on DVD

unplugged...and seated
Date: 1993

One Night Only! Live At Royal Albert Hall
Date: 2004

Ron Wood featured on "Stay With Me" and "Maggie May", on this UK TV Special aired on BBC1, November, and released on DVD on December 2004. Frequently, Ronnie Wood is a special guest of Rod Stewart on concerts, notably on MTV Unplugged Special,
(also on video) and other several appearances on TV, during the last years 

The Strat Pack - Live In Concert
Date: 2004

Ron Wood on the benefit concert in aid of Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Centre, at Wembley Arena at September 2004

Hommage Au Roi Du Rock`N´Roll
Scotty Moore and Friends
Date: 2004

Scotty Moore, Ronnie Wood, Bill Wyman and various guests live at Abbey Road Studios, December 3, 2004

Last Man Standing
by Jerry Lee Lewis
Date: 2006

Jerry Lee Lewis TV special with Ron Wood on the line-up, filmed live in New York on September 28, 2006 and aired in December 2006

Dear Mr Fantasy - A Celebration for Jim Capaldi
Tribute concert
Date: 2007

A special line-up of guests with Bill Wyman, Jon Lord, Andy Newmark, Ray Cooper and others at the benefit concert
for Jubilee Action Street Charity Appeal, January 2007, at the London Roundhouse

Decade In The Sun
Date: 2008

Ron Wood joins the band on "Don´t Let Me Down", at The Hospital Club, London, February 19, 2008

Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame
Date: 1988-2009

All events were professionally filmed, some were partially telecast in TV (VH-1), at the time, and recently it is available on video/DVD form, sadly not the complete shows. Features  Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Mick Taylor, Ron Wood interviews and jamming with artists as Johnny Cash, Steve Cropper, Paul McCartney, Steve Winwood, George Harrison, Booker T. Jones, Stephen Stills, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, John Fogerty, Tom Petty, Bono, The Edge, Fergie, Patti Smith, Michael Stipe, Eddie Veder and many others

by Eric Clapton and Guests
Date: 2010

Eric Clapton Guitar Festival features Ron Wood with Buddy Guy, filmed live in Bridgeview, Illinois, USA, June 26, 2010

by Eric Clapton and Guests
Date: 2011

B.B.King and guests as Ron Wood, Slash, Susan Tedeschi, Melvin Jackson, Mick Hucknall, at Royal Albert Hall, London, June 28, 2011