ROLLING STONES GATHER MOSS
Full title reads: "Rolling Stones Gather Moss". Technicolor Material.<br/><br/>Hull, Humberside.<br/><br/>The pop group the Rolling Stones are walking along the side of a road. They try to hitch hike but are ignored by passing cars.<br/><br/>Ext. of the ABC Cinema Hull. There is a large sign advertising The Rolling Stones. Crowds are arriving for the concert. Good shots of crowds queuing up. A man sells posters of the band, kids wearing badges.<br/><br/>Various shots of the Stones being interviewed and photographed. They clown around for the camera.<br/><br/>Shots of fans coming in through the doors of the cinema. A woman is selling Programmes.<br/><br/>Shots inside the Stones dressing room. Pan around round Charlie Watts, Brian Jones (playing Vox Teardrop guitar), Mick Jagger, Keith Richard, Bill Wyman. They look over fan mail. Bill fastens his shirt, Brian tunes up, more shots of the band getting ready.<br/><br/>Shots of crowd in audience. Mass of screaming, waving and cheering young people. LS of band on stage. Various good shots of the Rolling Stones playing 'Round and Round". Audience keeps screaming.<br/><br/>Music continues under the end titles.<br/><br/>Selected Originals exist for this item - see other records.
2016
The Rolling Stones and guests attend opening of the show Exhibitionism in London - Mick Jagger interviewed.
Mick Jagger Interview
Mick Jagger Interview
Mick Jagger Lover; 02/16/99
Parade float up street during CARNIVAL in Brazil, interview with woman; Mick Jagger escorted past crowd, waves and smiles
LIVE AID
00:19:14:20 BARS. CU INTERVIEW WITH MIKE MITCHELL, PRESIDENT OF WORLDWIDE SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT, WHO TALKS ABOUT HOW HE GOT INVOLVED IN LIVE AID. CU MITCHELL SAYS THEY BROKE THE TELEVISION MOLD WITH AN INTERNATIONAL BROADCAST, AND FOR THE FIRST TIME CREATED A "WORLD FAMILY." CU MITCHELL ALSO SAYS THEY BROADCAST TO 152 COUNTRIES AND WERE PICKED UP BY OTHER COUNTRIES DURING THE SHOW. CU MITCHELL SAYS THE LATEST TALLY IS ABOUT $40 MILLION IN CONTRIBUTIONS AND THEY WERE RECEIVING 200,000 PHONE CALLS AN HOUR. CU MITCHELL SAYS MICK JAGGER WAS HIS FAVORITE PERFORMANCE. CU MITCHELL SAYS THEIR FUTURE PLANS WILL BE IN INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION. 00:31:56:25 REVERSALS AND CUTAWAYS. CI: PERSONALITIES: MITCHELL, MIKE. PERSONALITIES: JAGGER, MICK (ABOUT). MUSIC: CONCERTS (ABOUT).
Mick Jagger in an Interview
Mick Jagger talks to a member of the press during an interview as he is named one of the richest people in the world. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
ROCK MUSIC
GERALDO RIVERA INTERVIEWS MICK JAGGER BACK STAGE 1975. GREAT CU'S JAGGER. MICK TALKS ABOIUT HOW HE IS PERCEIVED AND WHY, WHERE HE SEES HIMSELF IN THE FUTURE, WHAT'S NEXT. LIVE CONCERT CLIPS (HONKY TONK BLUES). OVER INTERVIEW.
UK Jagger Wrap - WRAP Rolling Stones frontman receives Knighthood
TAPE: EF03/1112 IN_TIME: 01:08:37 DURATION: 3:24 SOURCES: SKY RESTRICTIONS: No UK/CNNi/Internet DATELINE: London - 12 Dec 2003 SHOTLIST: 1. Car arrives at Buckingham Palace, Mick Jagger steps out and enters palace 2. Sir Mick Jagger walking towards cameras with his father and two daughters 3. Jagger joking with journalists as he stands in front of cameras 4. SOUNDBITE (English): Sir Mick Jagger, rock star: Question: "What was your impression of it all?" Answer: "It was wonderful, it was rather wonderfully formal and there were some wonderful outfits I noticed everywhere. What's rather good is like, there is, everyone represented from all over England, and Wales and Scotland and Ireland and from every walk of life, from historians to bee-keepers, which is rather great." Question: "Did you ever think you'd be standing there?" Answer: "Yes." Question: "How would the the little ones (members of his family) have viewed this?" Answer: "They would have all loved to come but were unfortunately limited to three people, so I chose them in order of seniority and availability. But they would (all) have loved it, especially the younger ones would have loved all the soldiers, but unfortunately they couldn't come." Question: Asked about joining the (social) establishment. Answer: "I don't really think the establishment as we knew it really exists any more, so it's a non-question really." Question: Asked why he missed other dates for the knighthood Answer: "Well, I've been on tour you know, I chose a convenient date for myself, and the palace have all been very understanding of that and I'm sure they are with lots of other people. Not everyone can turn up on the first one, I've been on tour, so the first date that was good for me, when my family could all be here, I chose. " Question: Asked about comments made by Keith Richards. Answer: "I think it's a bit like a bawling child who hasn't got an ice-cream." Question: "Why did he say that?" Answer: "I just told you." Question: Asked again. Answer: "I just told you why he said it, do I have to repeat it or did you get it first time. (Question) No. No, and that's all I've got to say about him." Question: "What did Prince Charles say that made you laugh so much?" Answer: "(laughing) No, I'm not repeating our conversation, I think it's a private one." 5. Jagger with his 92-year-old father Joe and daughters: Karis on the left and Elizabeth on the right - Karis is holding up her father's medal to show to the press, before they all walk away STORYLINE: Mick Jagger sealed his place in Britain's establishment on Friday, accepting a knighthood from Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace. "It's very nice to have honours given to you as long as you don't take it all too seriously," said Jagger, the prancing lead singer of the Rolling Stones, who sported black suede and leather training shoes for the occasion. He laughed off the abuse he has taken from fellow 'Stone' Keith Richards, who has called the knighthood a "f****** disgrace." "I don't want to step out on stage with the coronet on," Richards said in an interview published last week in The Guardian newspaper. "I think he would probably like to get the same honour himself," Jagger told reporters outside the palace. "It's like being given an ice cream - one gets one and they all want one. It's nothing new. Keith likes to make a fuss." Jagger came to the ceremony with his 92-year-old father Joe and daughters Karis, 32, and Elizabeth, 19.
Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall at Event
Scenes of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall at an event and Hall during an interview accompany a report that the couple are expecting their third child. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.
Mick Jagger Interview
Mick Jagger discusses James Brown's influence.
ROCK MUSIC
GERALDO INTERVIEWS BIANCA JAGGER. GREAT CU YOUNG BIANCA. SHE TALKS ABOUT LIFE WITH MICK, NOT BEING SETTLED DOWN, DOUBLE STANDARDS.
LKL JAGGER CRITICS
2016
The Rolling Stones and guests attend opening of the show Exhibitionism in London - Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood interviewed - James Bay poses for photos
Thirteen Days Interviews
MOVIE REVIEWER, SARA VOORHEES, SPEAKS WITH THE STARS OF THE NEW FILM, THIRTEEN DAYS
ROCK MUSIC
ROLLING STONES CHARLIE WATS IS UNCOMMUNICATIVE IN AN INTERVIEW WITH UP BEAT SHOW HOST MICK JAGGER IS MORE COMMUNICATIVE - TALK ABOUT DATING AND TEENAGERS MODS AND THE ROCKERS ABOUT " GOING STEADY" ABOUT BRITISH TEENS
ENTERTAINMENT DAILY: ENT5- LUCIANA GIMENEZ
TAPE_NUMBER: EF01/0158 IN_TIME: 14:16:53 LENGTH: 00:00 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film/video/tv clips without clearance FEED: VARIOUS (THE ABOVE TIME-CODE IS TIME-OF-DAY) SCRIPT: xfa STORY: LUCIANA GIMENEZ'S NEW CAREER LOCATION: SAO PAULO, BRAZIL DATE: 1 FEBRUARY, 2001 Thrity one year old Brazilian Model LUCIANA GIMENEZ, known around the world for being the mother of Rolling Stone Mick Jagger's baby , is launching a new career in her home country. She is presenting a new TV Show with a national audience. The programme only began broadcasting last month, and her efforts have already been panned by the critics - but she is determined to make her mark. Years of modelling in Brazil only made Luciana famous within the country's borders - but she became an international celebrity when the world found out that she was pregnant with Mick Jagger's baby. She initially denied the rock star was involved, and battled with paparazzi around Europe and America during her pregnancy. After LUCAS MAURICE MORAD JAGGER was born on May 18th 1999, he was proved to be Mick's child by a DNA test in the United States. Giminez has since spent time in New York, London and Rio, but has finally retuned to Brazil. Last November, she hit the Brazilian headlines again, after winning a contest to present a TV show. She competed with 6 other Brazilian models for a monthly salary of 50 thousand Reais (around 25 thousand US dollars), and a national audience of 6 to 7 million people from Monday to Friday, on prime time TV. The models who missed out have since protested the choice, saying "Rede TV!" employed her for the publicity her international profile could bring. This is the first time Luciana has fronted a TV show. "Superpop" began broadcasting on January 15th, with its mix of live bands and interviews. At the moment the model can make a few mistakes - the programme is being pre-recorded - but it will go out live by the end of February. Critics are not impressed. They say she doesn't speak proper Portuguese, makes mistakes with her grammar, and doesn't research her guests well enough. Luciana doesn't seem worried, insisting it's the audience's opinion that matters. They seem pleased with her efforts. The studio can seat 180 people, and is full for each show, as her fans travel in from around Brazil. The youthful audience includes the Presdient of Luciana's fan club 'Lu-Pop', JUJU MACHADO DO NASCIMENTO. He has a scrapbook full of photos and clippings of his favourite star and thinks she is marvellous. The model is very keen to talk about her famous son - she made a point of showing APTN photos of the 20 month old. Lucas will be two on May 18th, and according to his mother already recognizes her on the TV screen. Luciana has no intention of giving up modelling for the small screen. She is the cover girl for the raunchy Brazillian magazazine 'Mundo Mix' which will be sold in New York and London. Luciana is now in New York, shooting an advert. Whilst there she's had a date with Mick Jagger's lawyers - on Tuesday, February, 6th, to discuss child support payments. Before the meeting, Luciana believed they would agree on a monthly sum less than she originally wanted: 35 thousand US dollars per month. According to Billboard Magazine's internet reports, the agreement's terms were not revealed and the record was sealed, but the lawyers' statements in court suggested that a substantial sum will be provided for Lucas until he is 21. SHOTLIST: Sao Paulo, February, 1st. 1- Various of Luciana Gimenez in her dressing room 2- Pan from television showing Luciana?s TV show to Luciana having her make-up done 3- Tilt-up from Luciana?s legs to wide shot of Luciana 4- Various of Luciana Gimenez starting her TV show 5- SOUNDBITE: (English) Luciana Gimenez, Model and TV Presenter 6- Various of Luciana showing the latest pictures of her son Lucas 7- file footage Mick Jagger 8- CU of son Lucas's photo 9- SOUNDBITE: (English) Luciana Gimenez, Model and TV Presenter 10- Various of Luciana showing her pictures in the magazine 11- SOUNDBITE: (English) Luciana Gimenez, Model and TV Presenter 12- Various of Luciana recording her TV show 13- SOUNDBITE: (Portuguese) Juju Machado do Nascimento, President of Luciana Gimenez Fan Club A: Ah, she manages to win me over, do you understand? She is marvelous. She is simply the number one for me. Marvelous. 14- Zoom-out from Luciana presenting the TV show to wide shot of studio 15- SOUNDBITE: (Portuguese) Israel Savioly, Member of the Audience A: Ah, she presents very well. She has something inside herself that passes very good energy to people that watch her. She has a very good performance. 16- Various shots of Luciana recording her TV show 18- Wide shot of end of Luciana?s TV show?
MICK JAGGER PAR
00:00:00:00 - Mick Jagger ablum release party arrivals and interviews;stars include: Billy Corgan, Mick Jagger, David Spade, Alicia Silverstone, Michelle Phillips, Salma Hayek, Jeff Goldblum, AJ McLea ...
BLUES LEGEND WILLIE DIXON OBIT
BLUES LEGEND WILLIE DIXON, WHOSE MUSIC EPITOMIZED THE BLUES AND SHAPED ROCK 'N' ROLL, HAS DIED FROM APPARENT HEART FAILURE. HE WAS 76. A SPOKESWOMAN FOR ST. JOSEPH MEDICAL CENTER IN BURBANK SAID DIXON WAS ADMITTED TO THE HOSPITAL JAN. 5 COMPLAINING OF CHEST PAINS. HE DIED ABOUT 1:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY. ``BASED ON HIS CONDITION, HIS PHYSICIAN SPECULATES THAT HE DIED OF HEART FAILURE,'' SPOKESWOMAN PATTY STARKEY SAID. AS AN KEY MEMBER OF THE CHICAGO BLUES SCENE, DIXON SANG AND PLAYED STAND UP BASS BUT HIS LEGACY WILL BE THE HUNDREDS OF SONGS HE WROTE FOR OTHERS. THEY ARE AMONG THE MOST ENDURING IN THE BLUES GENRE, FILLED WITH GRIT AND AN EVOCATIVE QUALITY THAT WAS NOT LOST ON THE YOUNG MICK JAGGER, KEITH RICHARDS, ERIC CLAPTON, JIMMY PAGE AND OTHER YOUNG ROCKERS IN THE EARLY 1960S. DIXON HELPED SHAPE THE CAREERS OF MUDDY WATERS AND HOWLIN' WOLF, TWO OTHER MISSISSIPPI TRANSPLANTS, WHEN ALL THREE WERE PART OF CHICAGO'S LEGENDARY CHESS RECORD LABEL IN THE 1950S. ``FRANKLY, THE BLUES IS THE FACTS OF LIFE AND IT'S VERY EASY TO WRITE THE BLUES WHEN YOU'RE THINKING ABOUT LIFE,'' DIXON SAID IN A 1989 TELEVISION INTERVIEW. THE CRUSTY WOLF, BORN CHESTER BURNETT, HAD HITS WITH DIXON’S “LITTLE RED ROOSTER,””I AIN’T SUPERSTITIOUS,'' ``BACK DOOR MAN,'' ``EVIL'' AND ``SPOONFUL,'' FILLING THEM WITH A TINGE OF DANGER AND BROODING SENSUALITY. FOR WATERS, WHOSE STYLE WAS NOT SO MENACING, DIXON WROTE ``I JUST WANT TO MAKE LOVE TO YOU,'' ``HOOCHIE COOCHIE MAN'' AND ``YOU NEED LOVE.'' DIXON HAD TO BE DIPLOMATIC WHEN PITCHING A SONG TO THE RIVALS WOLF AND WATERS, WHO BOTH FEARED HE WAS GIVING HIS BEST WORK TO THE OTHER. ``WHEN I FIRST STARTED GIVING THEM SONGS, NOBODY EVER WANTED THE SONGY OU GAVE THEM,'' DIXON SAID IN A 1989 ROLLING STONE INTERVIEW. ``SO I HAD TO USE A LITTLE PSYCHOLOGY ON THEM. SINCE WOLF AND MUDDY BOTH SEEMED TO THINK THAT I WAS GIVING THEM THE WRONG SONG, ALL I'D HAVE TO DO IS GO TO WOLF AND SAY, 'HEY, MAN, NOW HERE'S A SONG I MADE FOR MUDDY. MUDDY'S GOING TO DO THIS.''' DIXON, ONE OF 14 CHILDREN, WAS BORN JULY 1, 1915, IN VICKSBURG, MISS. HE WAS FAIRLY WELL EDUCATED AND PICKED UP HIS LOVE OF LYRICS FROM HIS MOTHER, WHO READ HIM POETRY AND ENCOURAGED HIM TO WRITE HIS OWN. HE SANG IN GOSPEL GROUPS BUT ALSO HAD TROUBLE WITH THE LAW THAT LANDED HIM IN PRISON FARMS BEFORE HE MIGRATED TO NEW YORK AND THEN TO CHICAGO. HIS REFUSAL TO GO INTO THE ARMY IN 1941 RESULTED IN MORE JAIL TIME. DIXON WAS A HEAVYWEIGHT BOXER LONG ENOUGH TO WIN AN ILLINOIS GOLDEN GLOVES TITLE IN 1937 BUT AN ARGUMENT WITH A MANAGER OVER MONEY ENDED HIS RING CAREER. HE TURN TO MUSIC AND EVENTUALLY MET PHIL AND LEONARD CHESS. WHEN THE CHESS BROTHERS FORMED THEIR RECORD COMPANY, DIXON BECAME AN IMPORTANT, ALTHOUGH NOT WELL-PAID PART OF IT. HE COMPOSED, SANG, PLAYED AT RECORDING SESSIONS AND WORKED AS A PRODUCER, ARRANGER AND TALENT SCOUT.
Mick Jagger Commenting on Rolling Stones Songs
Scenes of Mick Jagger during an interview and the Rolling Stones in performance accompany a report that Jagger listed "Satisfaction" and "Honky Tonk Women" as the most important in the Stones catalogue. PLEASE NOTE News anchor and reporter image and audio, along with any commercial production excerpts, are for reference purposes only and are not clearable and cannot be used within your project.