7-Inch History – THE ROLLING STONES Had Their 19th Nervous Breakdown This Day In 1966

4 February 2023

57 years ago today, on 4 February 1966, THE ROLLING STONES released
19TH NERVOUS BREAKDOWN. One of their best ever masterstrokes in
my book. It peaked at #2 in the UK and in the US

Mick Jagger: “It’s a song about things that are happening around me ,
everyday life as I see it. People say I’m always singing about pills and
breakdowns, therefore I must be an addict – this is ridiculous. Some
people are so narrow-minded they won’t admit to themselves that
this really does happen to other people besides pop stars.”

You better stop, look around
Here it comes, here it comes, here it comes, here it comes
Here comes your nineteenth nervous breakdown

THE ROLLING STONES: Bio – Discography


4 December 2022

THE ROLLING STONES will play and release music until their last breath.

Next February they’ll release a new live album and an accompanying
concert film on DVD of a show they played 10 years ago, in December 2012,
at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey which features mega stars
Bruce Springsteen, Lada Gaga and John Mayer

The news came with this press quote. “the definitive concert film,
recorded on one of the most memorable shows in the band’s history

Watch the album/DVD trailer.

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THE ROLLING STONES Came On With Their Flop Debut Single This Day In 1963

Singles from the past

7 June 2022

The tireless STONES – celebrating their 60th birthday as a band
with a tour right now – had their first 7″ out this day in 1963.

COME ON was written and recorded by rock pioneer Chuck Berry in 1961.

The Stones‘ version was a commercial flop in the UK as well as in the US.
But you know what happened afterward.

C’mon guys, don’t worry, be happy, you’ll have a stream of hits later…

Chuck Berry original…