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Сообщение AlexGB » 13-05, 15:15

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regarding the pic he wrote:
"he's playin' with The Joel Scott Hill III at The Action on Santa Monica Boulevard. Scene was a great deal based on what it said on Woody Guthrie's guitar, however..."

and:

"Julian Wasser took that picture of Brian Jones, just kind of jumping on stage and playing harmonica with Joel Scott Hill III... Brian went that night with Toni Basil, Teri Garr, David Crosby of the Byrds and David's girlfriend. Toni and Teri were Go Go choreographers for "Shindig" and "Shivaree," respectively... pics of them tearing up the dance floor that night are inside the book."


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Сообщение AlexGB » 24-05, 10:35

Rolling Stones - 1st Studio Recording 1962

http://ru.youtube.com/watch?v=wgY73lwO-wM

"You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover" presented by Mick's bro Chris Jagger on radio. I dedicate this clip to Mr. Klein's ABKCO.
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Сообщение AlexGB » 20-06, 01:09

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http://steidlville.com/books/759-The-Co ... sical.html

The Complete Film Works. Vol 3: Keep Busy, About Me: A Musical
by Robert Frank
STEIDL Robert Frank

Robert Frank’s significant contribution to photography in the mid-twentieth century is unquestionable. His book, The Americans, is arguably the most important American photography publication of the post-World War II period, and his photography has spawned numerous disciples, as well as a rich critical literature. However, at the very moment Frank achieved the status of a “star” at the end of the 1950s, he abandoned traditional still photography to become a filmmaker. He eventually returned to photography in the 1970s, but Frank, as a filmmaker, has remained a well-kept secret for almost four decades. Robert Frank The Complete Film Works fills a long overdue gap by presenting every one of Frank's more than 25 films and videos, some of them classics of the New American Cinema of the 1950s and 60s.

Keep Busy "I am filming the outside in order to look inside," Robert Frank once said about his aesthetics. In Keep Busy his chosen home of Nova Scotia serves for the first time as the “outside” in an examination of the “inside.” The protagonists’ astounding verbal gymnastics and often incomprehensible interactions tend to descend into nonsense, and with the syncopated rhythm of its action and dialogue, this film is reminiscent of the playful and parodying elements of the Beat fantasy Pull My Daisy. The interweaving of documentary and fiction with the syncopated rhythm of its action and dialogue presents an absurd buzz of activity reminiscent of Beckett’s abstract comic grotesque.

About Me: A Musical “My project was to make a film about music in America…. Well, @#$%& the music. I just decided to make a film about myself.” Robert Frank’s self-portrait is a film about music that repeatedly poses questions concerning artistic expression and the function of memory. Frank himself introduces an actress as “the young lady that is playing me.” She throws a stack of photographs onto the bed and says with disgust, “That’s my past.” Despite the apparently autobiographical nature of the film, Frank, the immigrant, regards his story as a collective one. The film teaches temple musicians in Benares, India, “hope freaks” in New Mexico and inmates in a Texas prison. “That’s me,” Frank says when an old-fashioned film projector shows him as a small child. An interview of passers-by completes the circle: “If you had a camera and some film, what would you shoot?” A street musician answers, “About myself,” and starts playing a classic number. “Those were the days, my friend.”

Super8 Stones Footage from Exile on Main St. Filmed during the making of the Exile on Main St., Rolling Stones album cover.*


* NOTE: THIS IS NOT CS BLUES


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Сообщение AlexGB » 23-01, 20:08

http://ru.youtube.com/watch?v=73V-ECLPnw8

Rolling Stones at the LA Forum 1969

These samples were shot with a Sony 1/2" open reel handheld video camera. Just when you thought everything has been discovered! You'd be surprised how many private video shoots are still floating around out there. There should be concern over the lifespan of these precious documents, they won't last forever! You can see clear signs of degredation on these clips. Unfortunately only 15 minutes exist of this show on video. Discuss!


Целых 15 минут этого видео есть у кого-то!
Right now somebody is listening to…… you Keeping their eyes peeled…… on you Mmm, mmm, what a price, what a price to pay
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Сообщение Dice » 25-12, 20:05

1978 Handsome Girls, Live [4cd]
http://www.ex.ua/view/338552?r=327491,3

Наткнулся на такое издание в инэте и не знаю что это такое. Кто подскажет что это и как к этому относиться?
Ain’t flinging tears out on the dusty ground
For all my friends out on the burial ground
Can’t stand the feeling getting so brought down
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Сообщение AlexGB » 25-12, 21:09

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Что тут не знаю, а вообще есть такой бутлег, концертные записи 78-го года. В саундборд качестве.
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