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Mick Jagger's eldest daughter Lizzie Jagger has stripped nude for the cover of Playboy.

A six-page provocative pictorial with The Rolling Stones frontman's daughter is featured in the June issue of the magazine, which will be available in the UK next month. The shoot is being promoted with the tagline: "Elizabeth Scarlett Jagger - she's half supermodel, half rock and roll royalty and 100 percent smoking hot. The sultry beauty gives us satisfaction."

Some of the pictures are online at Playboy.com.

Sir Mick and Lizzie's mother, Jerry Hall, reportedly banned her from flashing her flesh in a shoot for the same magazine six years ago. But in an interview which accompanies the photoshoot she said: "They understood that when you don’t know when you’re going to have kids, it's nice to have wonderful pictures of your 20-something-self. At 27 I feel comfortable expressing myself through my body.”

Last month Sir Mick was rumoured to be unhappy that his youngest daughter, Georgia May Jagger, posed topless in an advert for US jeans company Hudson. Jerry Hall appeared in Playboy in 1985.

http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/56614

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"Ah think I've busted a button on me trousers, I hope they don't fall down. You don't want my trousers to fall down, now do ya?"

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I like a girl who expresses herself on the pages of Playboy. :D

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The Rolling Stones to play anniversary gig in London next year?

Keith Richards has hinted that The Rolling Stones are planning to play a special anniversary gig in London next year.

The guitarist said that there's "something in the wind" to mark 50 years since the group played their first ever gig, which took place in the capital on July 12 1962.

"The idea is there. We kind of know we should do it, but nobody's put their finger on the moment yet," he told The Sun.

Richards also revealed that he has made up with Mick Jagger after mocking the frontman's penis in his memoirs.

"Mick pouted a bit, as is his wont. I told him, 'It's water under the bridge. I want to talk about the future. We're larger than a little bitching'," he commented.

The Rolling Stones were rumoured to be touring this year after plans for a live jaunt were revealed in a lawsuit last February. However, the band denied having any "firm" plans to hit the road.

Jagger announced yesterday (May 21) that he has formed Super Heavy, a new supergroup with Eurythmics' Dave Stewart, Joss Stone and Damian Marley.

Meanwhile, Richards has been working on a new album with his X-pensive Winos collective.

http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/56808

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I listened to the 1989 album “Steel Wheels” by the Rolling Stones this evening. It’s strange how, almost twenty-two years later, the song that I once thought was the worst on the album (“Continental Drift”) now stands out to me as the best; there is also the hindsight-aided observation that all three of the b-sides from the era (“Fancy Man Blues,” “Cook Cook Blues” and “Wish I’d Never Met You”) are far more interesting than any of the singles upon which they originally appeared.

At the time, however, the release of “Steel Wheels” was, for me, almost overshadowed by two things: the release of the “Singles Collection” boxed set, which contained a handful of 60’s b-sides that I didn’t know had existed, and the fact that top promote the album, the Stones would be touring for the first time in eight years.

Back in the eighties, I was really not a fan of 80’s music. I was twenty-one when “Steel Wheels” was released; then, as now, I was roughly ten to fifteen years younger than the typical Stones fan. Part of my annoyance with baby boomers is their annoying and vocal claim to “their” music that they, frankly, do not know as well as I do. This was never made as apparent to me as when “Steel Wheels” was released.

In a TIME magazine cover story (yes, the release of “Steel Wheels” was momentous enough to merit the cover of TIME), Jay Cocks wrote:

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Now rock has some 30 years of history behind it. That's time enough, and weight enough, to make it hidebound…Grim prospect. All summer, the fan looked about for reassurance. There were familiar sounds all around. Van Morrison, a favorite since the early '60s, released yet another album, Avalon Sunset, a lyrical, ruminative shard of spirituality that he refused to push or publicize. The Grateful Dead persisted, a whole band of Peter Pans camping out in a hippie never-never land. The Bee Gees returned; so did the Jefferson Airplane and the Doobie Brothers...

God I hate baby boomers—funny how, in an article about the release of a Rolling Stones album, one of them winds up blathering some blather on behalf of every other blathering, self-absorbed baby boomer. (Actually, judging by the artists mentioned, Cocks was probably, albeit unconsciously, only speaking on behalf of white baby boomers. But I digress.)

I’m not writing this to slam “Steel Wheels.” It’s not the Stones’ best, but it’s not their worst, either. If anything, what I find curious about it is how, despite releasing a fairly acclaimed solo album the previous year (“Talk Is Cheap”), Keith Richards really isn’t much of a presence here—he sings two songs (“Can’t Be Seen” and “Slipping Away”) but as a whole, the production seems to reflect the earlier, more Jagger-centric albums (“Some Girls,” “Emotional Rescue”) created while Keith was preoccupied with, well, drugs.

Still, the most depressing thing about “Steel Wheels” isn’t the music itself, but the fact that in the twenty-two years since its August 1989 release, the Stones have managed to record exactly three new studio albums. That’s it. Three albums, each one better than “Steel Wheels,” but still only three albums.

Why am I writing this? Well, the most likely answer is that, unlike most of the other studio albums the Stones released from 1964 through 1986 (and there were something like twenty of them) “Steel Wheels” is an album enmeshed in that whole period of my life during which it was released. I never did see the Stones that autumn (or ever) because, well, events in my life precluded that from happening. Suffice to say, however, when I left Michigan and drove to Florida in December of 1989, my cassette copy of “Steel Wheels,” along with the rest of my Stones collection (on cassette, including a “Mixed Emotions” cassingle containing “Fancy Man Blues”) was safely stowed in the footlocker in the trunk of my Plymouth Horizon.

I still have that footlocker. I’m moving a couple of counties north next month. Earlier this evening, I listened to “Continental Drift” (a song never yet included on any Stones best-of) and turned it up for a few minutes.

I'll probably play "Steel Wheels" again in a couple of years.


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I consider Steel Wheels to be the last great Stones album. Which is not to say that I don't enjoy the last 3 studio albums too.

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Jimbo--"Continental Drift"--Smash or trash?


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I consider Steel Wheels to be the last great Stones album. Which is not to say that I don't enjoy the last 3 studio albums too.


For me, that would be Voodoo Lounge. To my ears, it sounded a lot fresher than Steel Wheels and I still find it more interesting.

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Jimbo--"Continental Drift"--Smash or trash?



Smash, for sure. It was used as intro music when the Stones took the stage on the Steel Wheels tour.

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Steel Wheels is an album I've always said was very, very good, and "Continental Drift" rules. I disagree thhe b-sides are better than the singles though-"Almost Hear You Sigh" might be my favorite Stones song ever and I love "Mixed Emotions" despite the corny lyrics, while "Rock And A Hard Place" is a a winner too.
I remember the first two dates of the Steel Wheels tour were here in Philly and I went to the 2nd show. I paid $50 (inc. fees) for a floor seat and could not believe I paid that much for a ticket. That wouldn't even get me a nose bleed before service fees now!
I do not think Bridges To Babylon or Voodoo Lounge were better, but I do think A Bigger Bang was. Voodoo Lounge is really good-but too bloated with a few songs that could've been b-sides and trimmed from the release. But that was an era where it was cool to cram as much music onto a CD as possible.
I like all 4 albums though and I hope there's one more in them. Super Heavy can kiss my ass.

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Here's a website I found in which one can listen to and remix all eight tracks of the original studio recording of "Gimme Shelter":

http://quoperative.com/gimmeshelter/


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The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood bags two radio awards

The Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood bagged two prizes at the Arqiva Commercial Radio awards last night (July 6).

The rocker won Specialist Programme Of The Year and Newcomer Of The Year for his Absolute Radio show.

His victory comes just months after Wood beat Pulp's Jarvis Cocker to the Music Radio Personality Of The Year honour at the Sony Radio Academy Awards.

http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/57832

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The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood: 'I've been sober for 16 months'

The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood has claimed he's been sober for 16 months.

The guitarist, who has been in rehab for drink and drug addictions eight times, told the Daily Mail that spending less time with friends like Kate Moss has helped him keep off the booze.

"My circle of friends has changed. You put aside friends who say 'Lets go and get ripped'. Kate's a mate but I don't see a lot of her these days," he commented.

"I'm just enjoying being sober. Sixteen months now - the war is over. I'm not fighting or struggling."

Wood admitted that he decided to straighten himself out after being cautioned for common assault following an apparently booze-fuelled row with ex-girlfriend Ekaterina Ivanova in 2009.

"I started looking at the consequences of my actions," he said of the incident.

http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/57907

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Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has been talking about the band’s 50th anniversary plans and says they hope to recreate their 1969 show Hyde Park concert. Speaking to the London Standard, he revealed that he’s meeting Keith Richards this week to discuss plans.

“We’ll try to recapture the old camaraderie,” he said. “I know Keith is fully supportive, as are the rest of the boys in the Stones. We’ll see what we can do as a unit. Playing Hyde Park would be fabulous.”

Wood, who recently won two prestigious industry awards for his radio show, is enjoying living by himself in a new London home and is becoming quite the gardener.

“It has a beautiful landscaped garden which is like a controlled jungle and it just goes with my new house,” he said. “I’m getting stuck in and doing a bit more than just weeding.”

He’s also been sober for over a year. “I’m on my second year,” he said. “I’m seeing things much clearer now and just trying to take it one day at a time. So far, so good. I don’t have any cravings. The war is over. I just surrender every day and take one day at a time. That’s all you can do.”

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Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood gets his own TV show

Rolling Stone and Faces man Ronnie Wood has landed his very own television programme.

'The Ronnie Wood Show' will launch on Sky Arts next February and is said to be a continuation of his award-winning Absolute Radio show, which saw him grab the Music Personality Of The Year gong at the Sony Radio Academy Awards earlier this year, as well as Specialist Programme Of The Year and Newcomer Of The Year at the Arqiva Commercial Radio awards earlier this month.

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I've had so much fun doing my radio show and had lots of success with recent awards. It's now going to TV to give the audience the chance to see behind the scenes.

The show is expected to see Wood pull in high profile guests from the music world for interviews and general banter.

http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/58335

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Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood: 'I was kidnapped by Damien Hirst and taken to rehab'

The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood has revealed that he was once kidnapped by his artist friend Damien Hirst and taken to rehab.

Speaking on his Absolute Radio Classic Rock show earlier this week, the Faces man recalled being bundled into a bread van on his way to a drying out clinic at the height of his battle with drug and alcohol addiction.

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I've blown millions of pounds on booze and drugs in the past, but Damien rescued me. He bundled me into the back of a bread van to avoid the paparazzi and then whisked me away on his private plane. There began my life of recovery. I owe that man a lot.

Meanwhile, Wood joined Toots and the Maytals onstage in London last night (September 9) - scroll down and click below to watch fan footage of the hook-up.

The guitarist appeared with the Jamaican reggae legends during their gig at O2 Academy Brixton as they performed their 1969 track 'Monkey Man'.

The veteran group, who are celebrating their 50th anniversary on the tour, are due to appear at Bestival today (10), before playing dates in Bristol, Oxford, Cardiff and Aberystwyth next week.


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Mick Jagger: 'Keith Richards can’t come to The Rolling Stones' 50th anniversary'

Mick Jagger has said that he’d like The Rolling Stones to be given a plaque for their 50th anniversary next year, but that Keith Richards wouldn’t be allowed to come to the unveiling ceremony.

The band played their first show at London’s Marquee Club in 1962 and Jagger has said that the band probably won’t tour to celebrate their half-century, but would like a plaque to be unveiled at the venue instead.

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Maybe we could go back to the Marquee to accept a plaque for 50 years of service instead of a tour. That could work - except Keith obviously can't come. Charlie Watts [who wasn't in the band in 1962] can come but he wouldn't get the plaque obviously.

Jagger and Richards fell out when Richards mocked the size of Jagger’s manhood in his million-selling autobiography Life. Richards also labelled Jagger "unbearable" in the best-seller.

"I used to love Mick, but I haven't been to his dressing room in 20 years," Richards said. "Sometimes I think, 'I miss my friend'. I wonder, 'Where did he go?'."

The book saw the guitarist talk candidly about Jagger, and in it he also said: "It was the beginning of the '80s when Mick started to become unbearable."

http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/59166

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Mick Jagger: 'Don't hold your breath for Rolling Stones 50th anniversary shows'

Mick Jagger has scotched rumours that The Rolling Stones are planning to play a special 50th anniversary gig next year.

In an interview with The Sun, the frontman suggested it was unlikely the band would share a stage for the first time since 2007 and told fans not to hold their breath over a possible reunion.

Earlier this year, guitarist Keith Richards had hinted that there was "something was in the wind" to mark 50 years since the group played their first ever gig, which took place in London on July 12, 1962.

However, when asked if an anniversary show was likely, Jagger replied "Don't hold your breath" before going on to add:

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A band gets trapped. When a band starts as a blues band, it always remains sort of true to that.

Jagger recently claimed that if The Rolling Stones were to celebrate their 50th anniversary next year, then Richards would not be invited. The pair fell out when Richards mocked the size of Jagger's manhood in his million-selling 2010 autobiography Life.

Earlier this week, meanwhile, the singer also claimed that he found life in his supergroup SuperHeavy – which also Joss Stone, Damian Marley, Eurythmics' Dave Stewart and composer AR Rahman – easier than he does with the Rolling Stones.

http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/59272

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Mick Jagger: 'Keith Richards can’t come to The Rolling Stones' 50th anniversary'

Mick Jagger has said that he’d like The Rolling Stones to be given a plaque for their 50th anniversary next year, but that Keith Richards wouldn’t be allowed to come to the unveiling ceremony.

The band played their first show at London’s Marquee Club in 1962 and Jagger has said that the band probably won’t tour to celebrate their half-century, but would like a plaque to be unveiled at the venue instead.

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Maybe we could go back to the Marquee to accept a plaque for 50 years of service instead of a tour. That could work - except Keith obviously can't come. Charlie Watts [who wasn't in the band in 1962] can come but he wouldn't get the plaque obviously.

Jagger and Richards fell out when Richards mocked the size of Jagger’s manhood in his million-selling autobiography Life. Richards also labelled Jagger "unbearable" in the best-seller.

"I used to love Mick, but I haven't been to his dressing room in 20 years," Richards said. "Sometimes I think, 'I miss my friend'. I wonder, 'Where did he go?'."

The book saw the guitarist talk candidly about Jagger, and in it he also said: "It was the beginning of the '80s when Mick started to become unbearable."

http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/59166

Mind you, the quote about the plaque and the Marquee is taken TOTALLY out of context... nice job, NME.

To clarify, Jagger saying Richards can't come is a throwaway line in a much longer anecdote, but of course since it's the sensational bit that plays nicely into the familiar Jagger/Richards "falling out" cliche it's the one that gets singled out for this "story".

Here's the entirety of Jagger's quote... you decide.

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When is the next Rolling Stones mega-tour? I don’t know really. There isn’t one so far. But there might be anything, anything can happen. It is the 50th anniversary next year. Everyone kept asking what was the date of our first ever performance, no one was giving the answer, so I decided I may as well bloody well find out myself.

The first ever performance we did was in July at the Marquee Club in London and it was billed as Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones. It was just me and Keith, Brian (Jones) and a backing band. No one else – no Charlie (Watts), he wasn’t even there. I remember it exactly. I was 19 years old. Ricky Fenson on bass, Carlo Little on drums and Nicky Hopkins on piano. They all told us to **** off when we tried to hire them but it was a big deal getting a gig at the Marquee because it was the hottest London club. It was a jazz club trying to break into blues.

The gig was amazing – the drummer was going mad and Nicky was rocking his electric piano and I remember the crowd going absolutely wild. I was thinking as I was singing, they obviously have to book us again, this is the most rocking gig they’ve had in the Marquee ever. But they didn’t. They didn’t let us back in there for ages because rock was working-class, rubbish music. It didn’t exist on an intellectual level like jazz. They saw the future and they didn’t like it. That was our first gig and the people we wanted to get the point just didn’t get it.

Maybe we could go back to the Marquee to accept a plaque for 50 years of service instead (of a tour). That could work – except Keith can’t obviously come. Charlie could come but he wouldn’t get the plaque, obviously.’


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Mick Jagger: 'I wasn't surprised by the riots'

The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger has said he wasn't surprised that the riots in London took place earlier this summer.

Speaking to the Daily Mirror, Jagger said that rioting was a feature of British life and was unlikely to ever really go away.

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I was in London for the riots. I was kind of surprised that people were shocked it happened. There's no warning, but it's a regular feature of English urban life if you think about it. Every ten years you get some riots.

Jagger went on to say that he didn't believe the urge to riot would ever leave the British public and it was foolish to imagine it would.

He added: "Riots like that have been a feature of Britain for 200 years or so and we like to congratulate ourselves that it has gone away. But the reality is that they haven't have they?"

The singer also dampened suggestions that The Rolling Stones would be touring next year to celebrate their 50th anniversary. Asked about the possibility of live dates, Jagger replied: "There may be a tour, who knows, maybe. Nothing is fixed at the moment."

http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/59390

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Mick Jagger: ‘I spend way too much time on Facebook'

Mick Jagger has confessed to spending too much time on Facebook, and too little time playing music.

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I spend way too much time on the computer and not enough time playing the guitar. There's an underlying problem of this screen life taking over all of your life. It's easy to keep in touch with people, some of whom I wish I'd never kept in touch with. But there they are on Facebook! You can spend a lot of time on that when you should be doing something else.

The Rolling Stones singer went on to reveal that despite having a Twitter account, he doesn’t update the page himself, saying: "But, really, who does?".

Mick Jagger also quelled the rumours of a 2012 reunion show or tour for The Rolling Stones, stating that it is “not on the table”, as he has been heavily promoting SuperHeavy, his new musical project with Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart, Joss Stone, Damian Marley and the composer for Slumdog Millionaire A.R. Rahman.

http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/59542

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Mick Jagger: ‘I spend way too much time on Facebook'

Mick Jagger has confessed to spending too much time on Facebook, and too little time playing music.

Speaking to USA Today, the singer said:

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I spend way too much time on the computer and not enough time playing the guitar. There's an underlying problem of this screen life taking over all of your life. It's easy to keep in touch with people, some of whom I wish I'd never kept in touch with. But there they are on Facebook! You can spend a lot of time on that when you should be doing something else.

The Rolling Stones singer went on to reveal that despite having a Twitter account, he doesn’t update the page himself, saying: "But, really, who does?".

Mick Jagger also quelled the rumours of a 2012 reunion show or tour for The Rolling Stones, stating that it is “not on the table”, as he has been heavily promoting SuperHeavy, his new musical project with Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart, Joss Stone, Damian Marley and the composer for Slumdog Millionaire A.R. Rahman.

http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/59542

Yeah, I'm thinking about dropping Mick as a friend. I'm not interested him helping him with Farmville, and I'm sick of his constant posts telling me I need to copy and paste his status to mine for an hour if I agree with him.


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