Rolling Stones

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List Of Number-one Hits Of 1979 (Switzerland) - Number-one Singles
... "Mendocino" Sir Douglas Quintet 29 ... July "Honky Tonk Women" The Rolling Stones 26 ... August "In the Year 2525" Zager and Evans 2 ... September "Je t'aime.. ... April "(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden" Lynn Anderson 1 ... June "Brown Sugar" The Rolling Stones 8 ... June "Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep" Middle of the Road 9 10 ...
List Of Metallica Concert Tours - Other Performances
... Bob Rock who helped on bass) 2005 Rolling Stones Gigs 2 ... The Rolling Stones (headliner), Everclear The band interrupted its vacation after being invited to open two shows for The Rolling Stones' A Bigger Bang Tour ...
Seven Ages Of Rock - Episodes - Programme 1: The Birth of Rock
... from the US records they bought, with bands forming like The Rolling Stones, who began by copying American blues numbers ... the influence of Bob Dylan, whose "Like a Rolling Stone" revolutionised rock ... The Rolling Stones tapped into these feelings with a new creative zeal ...
List Of Number-one Albums In Australia During The 1960s - 1965
... Beatles A Hard Day's Night 1 week 16 January The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones 3 weeks 23 January The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones 3 weeks 30 ...
Let It Loose (song)
... "Let It Loose" is a song by The Rolling Stones which was released on their 1972 double album Exile on Main St ... with some recording taking place at NellcĂ´te using the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio ... "Let It Loose" has never been performed live by the Rolling Stones ...

Famous quotes containing the words rolling stones, stones and/or rolling:

    ... in the cities there are thousands of rolling stones like me. We are all alike; we have no ties, we know nobody, we own nothing. When one of us dies, they scarcely know where to bury him.... We have no house, no place, no people of our own. We live in the streets, in the parks, in the theatres. We sit in restaurants and concert halls and look about at the hundreds of our own kind and shudder.
    Willa Cather (1873–1947)

    And no less firmly do I hold that we shall one day recognize in Freud’s life-work the cornerstone for the building of a new anthropology and therewith of a new structure, to which many stones are being brought up today, which shall be the future dwelling of a wiser and freer humanity.
    Thomas Mann (1875–1955)

    The Concord had rarely been a river, or rivus, but barely fluvius, or between fluvius and lacus. This Merrimack was neither rivus nor fluvius nor lacus, but rather amnis here, a gently swelling and stately rolling flood approaching the sea. We could even sympathize with its buoyant tied, going to seek its fortune in the ocean, and anticipating the time when “being received within the plain of its freer water,” it should “beat the shore for banks.”
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)