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Beggars Banquet's sessions - Olympic Sound Studios, London - 10th June 1968
No Expectations and Sympathy For The Devil
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05-26-02 07:01 PM
Miss U. Who is that beside Marianne?? Is that a guy or a girl; can't
05-26-02 07:26 PM
Honky Tonk Man Great thought Miss U, who knows? It is the sixtees after all. Big question is, is Marrianne Faithful a man or a woman in that photo? Again its hard to tell
05-26-02 07:39 PM
Honky Tonk Man wrote:
Great thought Miss U, who knows? It is the sixtees after all. Big question is, is Marrianne Faithful a man or a woman in that photo? Again its hard to tell

REALLY? I'm not sure about you two. Marianne is very obviously a woman, and an exquisite example of womanhood at that... looks like she HAS been influenced by Keith as far as how she's wearing her hair and her ciggie. It's also quite obviously a woman whispering sweet nothings to her. MY question - is that Pete Townshend's brother beside Brian (far left) ? It LOOKS like Pete, and I think Thunderclap Newman's one and only hit was in '68. (TN was actually Pete's brother. I think his name is Simon).

This is a really cool photo I've never seen before. I'm fascinated by this particular appearance of the Stones - the last before R&R Circus, and thus Brian's penultimate performance. Were they good? Is there film? Or audio? I've only ever seen ONE photo of the performance, in Dalton's "The First 20 Years" book. Anybody have any other info?
05-26-02 07:55 PM
Honky Tonk Man Yep, its a cool photo, and yep, Marriane was quite tasty back then. Same as you FPM, ive only seen one photo too. Id also love to hear that performance. Right now im listening to Elvis, man i love his music
05-26-02 08:05 PM
ginda Listening to Elvis, Alex? Good for you! Now we need to work on SDH and introduce him to the beauty of the early Sun recordings.
05-26-02 10:56 PM
VoodooChileInWOnderl Glad you like the photo, and great that you made comments about it. Sometimes we post great premier photos with a lot of Stones history behind it and nobody makes a comment.

I don't know who are those guys and the girl behind Marianne but I will find out and let you know.

Marianne look really sexy smoking that way and with that hair cut!

This is the reference header as we're in the process of changing headers

Backstage at the NME Pollwinners Concert - Empire Pool, Wembley
Live debut for Jumping Jack Flash - 12th May 1968

Portions of the show along with a Mick Jagger Interview was broadcast on May 18, 1968 on UK TV (ITV) 'Time For Blackburn'

- Only Jumping Jack Flash and Satisfaction were played (in that order)
- No tape extant.
- It was not filmed.
- Not released neither in audio nor video.
- No boots circulating.
05-27-02 08:11 AM
Honky Tonk Man Oh Ginda, im always listening to Elvis or Ricky Nelson. I love that stuff as well as the Stones. In my mind, there was no one to match James Burton back then. Not evan Chuck Berry.

I dont really like her hair in that picture, but i think Mick had the best looking girl back then.
05-28-02 11:29 PM
VoodooChileInWOnderl It's Paul Townshend, Simon's brother
05-29-02 02:41 PM
Fiji Joe I see that fat turd Ulf...the same bastard that slandered my name because the returd decided to business with an Englishman without having the ability to communicate in English

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