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The Rolling Stones-Moonlight Mile (Mono)

"Moonlight Mile" is a song from rock band The Rolling Stones' 1971 release Sticky Fingers.

Rolling Stones -Had their first no I hit in Britain with It's All Over Now on this day 16th July, 1964.

Rolling Stones - It's All Over Now (stereo). The Rolling Stones recorded this at Chess Records in Chicago in order to capture the sound and magic of Chess.

Real 1950s Rock &Roll, Rockabilly dance from lindy hop ! Forget the cold and the snow and get the jive!!!

Real Rock n Roll, Rockabilly dance from lindy hop ! - why don't people dance like this anymore :(

Cette chanson est pour toi Laura. C’est sans doute parce que « le rock, elle a ça dans le sang ! » que Laura Croix est allée au concert du Bataclan vendredi soir. Originaire de Trith-Saint-Léger, la jeune chanteuse de 31 ans du groupe The Traps a été touchée par six impacts de balle. À ce jour, elle se trouve toujours plongée dans un coma artificiel, à l’hôpital Georges-Pompidou. Rolling Stones - She's A Rainbow 1966

Rolling Stones - She's A Rainbow 1966 She comes in colors everywhere; She combs her hair She's like a rainbow Coming colors in the air Oh, everywhere She com.

Little Richard - Keep a Knockin (1957).  "Keep A-Knockin' (but You Can't Come In)" is a popular song from the late 1920s, possibly written by Perry Bradford.[1] Variations were recorded by James "Boodle It" Wiggins in 1928, Lil Johnson in 1935,  Milton Brown in 1936 and Louis Jordan in 1939.(According to Rolling Stone,Jordan had gotten it from James Wiggins and Kokomo Arnold.)" [Wikipedia]

57 years ago exactly, Little Richard made a momentous announcement, telling fans in Sydney that he was renouncing rock ‘n’ roll and embracing God.

The Rolling Stones - Mother's Little Helper

The Rolling stones - mother's little helper, 1966

Rolling Stones - Sweet Virginia

Rolling Stone in amazing show , live at joe robbie stadium- Miami,FLA

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