En estos ya 14 días de aislamiento, en muchos momentos he pensado sobre aquello que ahora tenemos pero que al mismo tiempo no queremos tener en exceso: el tiempo. Es cierto que mirando a futuro parece que nos viene un exceso del mismo que puede ser difícil de gestionar, primero por esa posible abundancia, pero […]
Today,in 1969 and 1971, two new members joined the 27-club: both, Brian Jones (Rolling Stones) and Jim Morrison (The Doors), respectively, were dead prematurely. Here are a couple of songs with the participation of the multi-instrumentalist Brian Jones: And a classic hit by The Doors Enjoy!
I am afraid, tonight, or more properly, yesterday’s night, I was (am) out of time…. Maybe tomorrow (or more properly, on the next post) I will give some explanations. In the meantime (and somehow ordered), enjoy!
Today, 50 years ago, and a day after Robert F. Kennedy murder, the Rolling Stones recorded ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ that includes references to this murder and JFK assassination, the Second World War, family Romanov murder, Jesus crucifixion, etc. It has been surrounded by controversy and accusation of Satanism, and it was also known as […]
The Rolling Stones included a sitar on one of their songs for the first time, today in 1966. It was released ‘Paint it in black’. Enjoy!
Let’s continue with the ‘take home message’ that I started to shared a couple of days ago. I am afraid that ‘time is (not) on our side’, so enjoy it as it could be the last time! Here is the most famous theme from yesterday’s original song. Enjoy!
Some people have asked me for an encore of yesterday’s post. Here it is! Enjoy! And here is the original song covered by The Rolling Stones. Enjoy!
Today in 1964 it was released their second album in the US by the Rolling Stones. Most of the songs are covers of rhythm and blues hits, but there are three songs written by Jagger and Richards, and two songs signed by the pseudonym Nanker Phelge. It was originally an EP of five songs (5×5), […]
Another reason that connect ‘Los Salvajes’ with The Rolling Stones. Probably this is one of my favourite songs by the band from Barcelona. Enjoy! And the original song:
A year ago, we were talking about the first gig of The Rolling Stones; today, once again, we are celebrating this anniversary. This issue give me a great excuse to introduce a spanish band from the sixties that I like so much; in fact they were known sometimes as the spanish Rolling Stones. I think […]