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Trailer / June 25, 2020


The Rolling Stones are one of the greatest and most influential rock bands of our time
having sold in excess of 200 million records worldwide. This fascinating programme tells
the story of the early days of the band and how they became The Rolling Stones we know
today. Jagger and Richards were childhood friends becoming reacquainted in 1960 at
Dartford Railway Station due to their love of music. Later meeting Brian Jones who in 1962
went on to form The Rolling Stones. The story of the early Stones is very much a tale of
how Brian Jones forged the band with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and became a key
catalyst in the creation of their early sound. But whether it was the pressures of early fame
or through his addiction to drugs his role in the band became untenable. Even though he is
credited as originally forming the band he was eventually over shadowed by Jagger and
Richard and his role gradually diminished until in June 1969 he was asked to leave. Less
than a month later and under questionable circumstances he was found dead in his own
swimming pool believed to have taken his own life. Using performance footage and rare
interviews footage with Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards and Bill
Wyman as well as The Stones Manager (1962/67) Tony Calder and Brain Jones former
partner Pat Andrews this in depth programme provides a fascinating insight into the
original formation of this incredible super group during their first decade. The programme
concludes at the staged event in Hype Park 5th July 1969 which became recognised as a
memorial concert to Brian Jones. This DVD is a must for all music and Rolling Stones fans