An Encounter with Andrew Loog Oldham

Posted by The G on March 25, 2013 under Encounters with G | Comments are off for this article

Photo by Andrew Loog Oldham’s friend.

Andrew Loog Oldham and Geoffrey Dicker

Andrew Loog Oldham and Geoffrey Dicker

If you don’t know who Andrew Loog Oldham is, we cannot be friends anymore.  But whether or not you know his name, you surely know the magic he helped create.  Andrew Loog Oldham produced and managed the Rolling Stones from 1963 to 1967 and helped orchestrate the greatness (and salaciousness) that the world has come to love about one of the best bands that has ever played.  Fun fact:  one of the many things Andrew Loog Oldham contributed was suggesting the “G” in ‘rolling’ as the band initially wanted to be known as the Rollin’ Stones.  G Power!   Andrew was in New York recently and he was very nice when we met.  Andrew has a new book out called “Stone Free” and you should check it out!  Thanks again Andrew both for the photo op as well as for being a part of music that has shaped my life!

“A Rolling Stone” at Porter Contemporary (NYC)

Posted by The G on April 13, 2012 under Artsy Fartsy | Comments are off for this article

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

A Rolling Stone

"A Rolling Stone" now showing at Porter Contemporary in New York through May 26, 2012

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time, The Rolling Stones, Porter Contemporary Gallery in New York has put together a group exhibit of paintings inspired by the Stones.  “A Rolling Stone” features works by he exhibition will include works by artists Jason Bryant, JaH- HaHa, Naoto Hattori, Jennifer Murray, Adam Normandin, Johnny Romeo, and TWOONE.

"Tounging" by Naoto Hattori

 Porter Contemporary is located at 548 West 28th Street, 3rd Floor.  “A Rolling Stone” is showing until May 26, 2012.  Get some satisfaction!

Rolling Stones to Reissue “Some Girls”

Posted by The G on November 15, 2011 under GNN | Comments are off for this article

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Some Girls

Some Girls out November 21, 2011

This is great news!  The Rolling Stones are reissuing their classic album “Some Girls” on November 21, 2011 with a disc of unreleased songs!

The tracklist is:

Disc 1
1. Miss You
2. When The Whip Comes Down
3. Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)
4. Some Girls
5. Lies
6. Far Away Eyes
7. Respectable
8. Before They Make Me Run
9. Beast of Burden
10. Shattered
Disc 2
1. Claudine
2. So Young
3. Do You Think I Really Care
4. When You’re Gone
5. No Spare Parts
6. Don’t Be A Stranger
7. We Had It All
8. Tallahassee Lassie
9. I Love You Too Much
10. Keep Up Blues
11. You Win Again
12. Petrol Blues

Rolling Stones Announce CD Singles Box Set (1971-2006)

Posted by The G on February 10, 2011 under GNN | Read the First Comment

Photo by G.

Rolling Stones fans are about to hit the jackpot!  On April 11, 2011, The Rolling Stones will release a box set that will include all of their singles released from 1971 – 2006.

Each single will get its own CD – 45 of them, to be exact (running from “Brown Sugar” through “Biggest Mistake”), along with rare B-sides, live versions and remixes.  The set which will be housed in a pink box, will feature 173 tracks, with 80 of them being previously unreleased!

You can see the track list after the jump.

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Rolling Stones Teaser

Posted by The G on May 10, 2010 under GNN | Comments are off for this article

Photos by G.

Teaser Poster for "Exile on Mainstreet" Reissue

May 18, 2010 is the day that Rolling Stones fans have been looking forward to since 1972.  Their classic album “Exile On Main Street” is being reissued with a bonus disc of 10 previously unreleased songs.  Though I love the Stones, I have never been a huge collector of their bootlegs.  From what I’ve heard, this set will include stuff that even the psycho-die-hards have not heard.  According2g, this is going to be really exciting. The wait is almost over. Until then, see the teaser posters to get your rocks off.

After the jump, prepare to rip this joint.

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