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Playlist: THE STONES

Compiled By: Tex Bailey

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Any series or pieces, single or grouped, that have a documentary format regarding The Stones commentary

Rolling Stones Radio Hour (Series)

Produced by Kevin Yazell

Most recent piece in this series:

Rolling Stones Radio Hour/Bernard Fowler Inside Out Interview Special

From Kevin Yazell | Part of the Rolling Stones Radio Hour series | 56:56

Inside_out_record_cover__small I spend the hour with Bernard Fowler's new release Inside Out. Bernard reworks and reinterprets 8 Rolling Stones songs. The songs have been turned "Inside Out" and shed new light on each of these songs' content and context.

Rolling Stones: Some Girls

From Joyride Media | 59:00

Exclusive interviews with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ron Wood tell the story behind Some Girls - their 1978 album that featured an exciting mix of Punk, Disco, Rock & Roll, the streets of New York and a lot more. 54:00 and 59:00 versions available here, plus three previously unreleased "airplay tracks" for your regular music programs.

Somegirlscd_small Exclusive interviews with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ron Wood tell the story behind Some Girls - their 1978 album that featured an exciting mix of Punk, Disco, Rock & Roll, the streets of New York and a lot more. 

54:00 and 59:00 versions available here, plus three previously unreleased "airplay tracks" for your regular music programs.

Featured music includes songs from Some Girls, their most played album on radio today, thanks to classics like “Miss You,” “Beast of Burden,” “Shattered” and more.  You'll also hear previously unreleased tracks from the Stones’ 1977-78 sessions, “No Spare Parts,” “Claudine,” “I Love You Too Much,” and others from the new Deluxe Edition.

Additional interview comments come from Rolling Stone contributing editor, Steve Knopper and Jon Langford (The Mekons, Waco Brothers and WXRT Chicago). Anthony DeCurtis is the host.

Rolling Stones Radio Hour/January 2012 Week 4

From Kevin Yazell | Part of the Rolling Stones Radio Hour series | 58:55

The Stones' mid-60's records are the focus with Slim Harpo on the Stones Roots segment, Cash Box Kings doing Off The Hook on the Double Shot, Ronnie Wood's first single with his first band, The Birds, is the solo spotlight.

Three more recent live performances of three of the mid-60's favorites wrap up the show.

Default-piece-image-2 Cuts from Out Of Our Heads, Now!, 12x5, and December's Children make up most of the Stones material.  Slim Harpo's Baby Scratch My Back is on the Roots Segment, Cash Box Kings do Off The Hook on the Double Shot.  Ronnie Wood's first single with his first band, The Birds is on the solo spotlight.  Three more recent live performances of three mid-60's favorites wrap up the show.

Rolling Stones Radio Hour/Brian Jones Feature

From Kevin Yazell | Part of the Rolling Stones Radio Hour series | 58:58

A hour long look at Brian Jones' musical contributions to the Stones during his tenure with the band in honor of his recent birthday.

Default-piece-image-1 Brian Jones was very adept at adding unique instruments and sounds to the Stones recordings.  In this hour we'll hear Brian add sitar, dulcimer, mellotron, harpischord, harmonica and even sax.

 

Rolling Stones Radio Hour/Mick Taylor Feature

From Kevin Yazell | Part of the Rolling Stones Radio Hour series | 59:43

Mick Taylor influenced Stones songs are the focus in honor of his recent birthday.

Default-piece-image-2 Features songs from Let It Bleed through It's Only Rock and Roll (1969-1974) that Mick Taylor put his mark on.  Also includes a song from his tenure with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and a cut from his first solo album in 1979 that was originally recorded by the Stones but never released.

Rolling Stones Radio Hour/ Keith Richards Birthday Special

From Kevin Yazell | Part of the Rolling Stones Radio Hour series | 01:00:25

An hour long look at Keith Richards' solo work as well as some of his best known work with the Stones.

Default-piece-image-0 An hour long look at Keith Richards' solo work as well as some of his best known work with the Stones.

HOB Radio: Tribute To British Blues

From Ben Manilla | Part of the House of Blues Radio Hour series | 59:01

A nod to our brethren across the pond.

36612_l_small The House of Blues Radio Hour is a weekly syndicated program hosted by Elwood Blues (a.k.a. Dan Aykroyd).  In this episode, Elwood pauses for tea with British Blues royalty, past and present.  Includes music by The Rolling Stones, Cream, Led Zeppelin, Joanne Shaw Taylor, and more.

Rolling Stones Radio Hour/Chuck Leavell Interview

From Kevin Yazell | Part of the Rolling Stones Radio Hour series | 59:56

Chuck Leavell discuss his career with the Stones as well as solo projects and his history in the music industry.

Default-piece-image-1 Chuck Leavell discusses his 20 year history with the Stones, his solo music projects, his passion for the environment and the Charlane plantation. Chuck has been an integral part of music history for over 35 years with Dr. John, the Allman Brothers Band, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, the Rolling Stones and several other very important artists and tours. In this interview, Chuck provides some very fresh,captivating and enlightening insight into the creation of some of our favorite music! Music highlights include several Stones tracks, Chuck's solo recordings from Forever Blue,his latest release Southscape, and an Eric Clapton tune.

Rolling Stones Radio Hour/May 2012 Week 3

From Kevin Yazell | Part of the Rolling Stones Radio Hour series | 59:05

Several tracks from Aftermath, Otis Redding and "Duck" Dunn do Mr. Pitiful on the Stones Roots, a double shot with Arthur Alexander, Chuck Leavell on the Solo Spotlight with two cuts from Back To The Woods and two Live Licks from 1969 wrap up the show.

Default-piece-image-1 Several tracks from Aftermath, Otis Redding and "Duck" Dunn do Mr. Pitiful on the Stones Roots, a double shot with Arthur Alexander, Chuck Leavell on the Solo Spotlight with two cuts from Back To The Woods and two Live Licks from 1969 wrap up the show.

Rolling Stones Radio Hour/Lesser Known and Rarely Heard

From Kevin Yazell | Part of the Rolling Stones Radio Hour series | 59:20

Many rarely heard and lesser known Stones songs, The Meters on the Stones Roots, a Double Shot with Bob & Earl, two Chuck
Leavell tracks from his new Back To The Woods blues piano tribute disc and three rarely heard Live Licks wrap up the show.

Default-piece-image-1 Many rare B sides and live cuts make up the Stones tracks, The Meters do a super funky Honky Tonk Women, Bob & Earl's original classic Harlem Shuffle on the Double Shot and three live licks (one from the Steel Wheels tour and two from the Licks tour) wrap things up.

Rolling Stones Radio Hour/May 2012 Week 2

From Kevin Yazell | Part of the Rolling Stones Radio Hour series | 58:57

A few Exile Oddities, Two cuts from the latest Chuck Leavell disc, Back To The Woods, Al Green on the Stones Roots, a Double Shot of Champagne and Reefer, Keith Richards and the X-Pensive Winos on the Solo Spotlight with two stellar Live Licks to wrap things up.

Default-piece-image-1 One cut from the bonus disc of the Exile On Main Street reissue, One ut from the original album and a cut from Jamming With Edward.  Two cuts from the new Chuck Leavell disc, Back To The Woods.  Al Green does I Can't Get Next To You on the Stones Roots, Muddy Waters and the Stones do Chamoagne and Reefer on the Double SHot.  A track from Keith's Main Offender disc is on the Solo Spotlight and two high energy Live Licks, one from the Licks tour and one from 1978 wrap up the show