THE ROLLING STONES
40 GREATEST TRAX




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JUMPIN' JACK FLASH Mick Jagger 1968 3 [Q] [P] W T
(Can't Get No) SATISFACTION Mick Jagger 1965 1 [Q] [P] W T
HONKY TONK WOMEN Mick Jagger 1969 1 [Q] [P] W T
BROWN SUGAR Mick Jagger 1971 1 [Q] [P] W T
GIMME SHELTER Mick Jagger 1969 -- [Q] [P] W S T
IT'S ONLY ROCK'N'ROLL (But I Like It) Mick Jagger 1974 16 [Q] [P] W S T
TUMBLING DICE Mick Jagger 1972 7 [Q] [P] W T H
STREET FIGHTING MAN Mick Jagger 1968 48 [Q] [P] W S T
ANGIE Mick Jagger 1973 1 [Q] [P] W O
LET'S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER Mick Jagger 1967 55 [Q] [P] W T
YOU CAN'T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT Mick Jagger 1968 -- [Q] [P] W T
START ME UP Mick Jagger 1981 2 [Q] [P] W S T
MISS YOU Mick Jagger 1978 1 [Q] [P] W S T
WILD HORSES Mick Jagger 1971 28 [Q] [P] W T A O
RUBY TUESDAY Mick Jagger 1967 1 [Q] [I] [P] W S T
MIXED EMOTIONS Mick Jagger 1989 5 [Q] [P] W S T
DOO DOO DOO DOO (Heartbreaker) Mick Jagger 1973 15 [I] [P] W S T
PAINT IT BLACK Mick Jagger 1966 1 [Q] [I] [P] W S T
ROCK AND A HARD PLACE Mick Jagger 1989 23 [Q] [P] W S T
HAPPY Keith Richards 1972 22 [Q] [P] W S T O
SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL Mick Jagger 1968 -- [Q] [I] [P] W S T
WAITING ON A FRIEND Mick Jagger 1981 13 [Q] [I] [P] W S T
LOVE IS STRONG Mick Jagger 1994 91 [Q] [I] [P] W S T
FOOL TO CRY Mick Jagger 1976 10 [Q] [P] W S T
19th NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Mick Jagger 1966 2 [Q] [I] [P] W S T
HIGHWIRE Mick Jagger 1991 57 [Q] [P] W S T
ONE HIT (To the Body) Mick Jagger 1986 28 [I] [Q] [P] W S T
AS TEARS GO BY Mick Jagger 1965 6 [Q] [P] W S T
HANG FIRE Mick Jagger 1982 20 [Q] [P] W S T
BEAST OF BURDEN Mick Jagger 1978 8 [Q] [P] W S T
STREETS OF LOVE Mick Jagger 2005 -- [Q] [P] W T
UNDERCOVER OF THE NIGHT Mick Jagger 1983 9 [Q] [P] W S T
MOTHERS LITTLE HELPER Mick Jagger 1966 8 [Q] [P] W S T
SHE'S SO COLD Mick Jagger 1980 26 [Q] [P] W T
HAS ANYBODY SEEN MY BABY? Mick Jagger 1997 -- [Q] [I] [P] W S T
LADY JANE Mick Jagger 1966 24 [Q] [I] [P] W S T
GET OFF MY CLOUD Mick Jagger 1965 1 [Q] [P] W S T
EMOTIONAL RESCUE Mick Jagger 1980 3 [Q] [P] W S T
DON'T STOP Mick Jagger 2002 -- [Q] [P] W T
HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR MOTHER, BABY ... Mick Jagger 1966 9 [Q] [P] W S T
FIVE GREATEST ALBUMS

Exile on Main St.
1972

Beggars Banquet
1968

Sticky Fingers
1971

Let It Bleed
1969

Tattoo You
1981
STATE OF THE ARTIST

ACTIVE
Lead singer Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards, the two creative members of the band are still rolling along with original drummer Charlie Watts. 70's addition Ron Wood fills out the line-up with other touring musicians while on tour.
RIP: Brian Jones (1969)
Setlist: Final Performance w/Brian Jones, Wembley Empire Pool, London, England, May 12, 1968 x
Setlist: Final Concert w/Bill Wyman, Wembley Empire Pool, London, England, August 25, 1990
THE ARTIST
From: London, England Artist Website
Years Active: 1962–Present Wikipedia Bio
Tours Wikipedia Discography
Rock N Roll Hall of Fame: 1989 Utube Bio
Rolling Stone List, 100 Greatest Acts of All Time: 4


THE ROLLING STONES                                                                   1962 - Present                                                                   CLASSIC LINE-UP: Mark I

Mark I

1963 - 1969

   Mick Jagger - V,G
   Keith Richards - G
   Brian Jones - G
   Bill Wyman - B
   Charlie Watts - D

Mark II

1969 - 1974

   Mick Jagger - V,G
   Keith Richards - G
   Mick Taylor - G*
   Bill Wyman - B
   Charlie Watts - D

Mark III

1978 - 1993

   Mick Jagger - V,G
   Keith Richards - G
   Ron Wood - G*
   Bill Wyman - B
   Charlie Watts - D

Mark IV

1993 - Present

   Mick Jagger - V,G
   Keith Richards - G
   Ron Wood - G
   Charlie Watts - D
   

EARLY MEMBERS: Dick Taylor, Mick Avory, Ricky Fenson, Colin Golding, Tony Chapman, Carlo Little
RELATIONSHIPS
Mick Jagger / Keith Richards
Jagger and Richards were childhood friends. After running accross each other again in a railway station years later, they partnered up. They then basically took over the already formed (by Brian Jones) Rolling Stones after being invited to join. Already dominating the group as vocalist and musician, the two were put in a room by producer Oldham and told not to come out until they wrote a song. Successful at this, thier dominence only increased....leading to the eventual decline, departure and death of Jones. Leading the worlds greatest rock'n'roll band for over half a century, it was not without it's ups and downs. The lowest was during the 1980's when Keith felt Mick was taking the group in the wrong direction musically.....and Mick tiring of the band altogether...wanting to embark on a solo career. Luckily for Stones fans, that was only moderately succsessful and Mick returned fully to the group by decades end, stronger then ever.

HIDDEN GEM
ALL DOWN THE LINE . 1972 -- [I] [P] W