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  • Rolling Stone Rolling Stone - Photo

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    • eins

      Not just for your average music aficianados... Rolling Stone magazine is iconic in its op-ed pieces and is often on the cutting edge of political commentary. Quality writing and wit defines this magazine.


  • The Rolling Stones: Exile on Main St. The Rolling Stones: Exile on Main St. - Photo

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      The Stones ripped off Black American Blues originators to make this one rock. Hear it for your self, and try not to spill anything ok?


  • The True Adventures of the Rolling Stones by Stanley Booth The True Adventures of the Rolling Stones by Stanley Booth - Photo

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    • glamazon5

      Stanley Booth was part of the Rolling Stones inner circle and was along for the 1969 US tour which included the infamous concert at Altamont Speedway. This book has a reputation as being the ultimate Rolling Stone read. I'm in the middle of reading Mick and Keith by Chris Salewicz (which is really good). Once I finish that I'm reading this book. From all I've heard Stanley Booth also has an amazing writing style. I'm really looking forward to reading this.


  • Rolling Stone 1,000 Covers Rolling Stone 1,000 Covers - Photo

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    • megest77

      This makes for a great coffee table book! You know all of those cool covers from Rolling Stone that make you buy the mag? They're in this book! Really cool gift idea for a music lover!


  • Up and Down With the Rolling Stones by Tony Sanchez Up and Down With the Rolling Stones by Tony Sanchez - Photo

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    • glamazon5

      "Spanish" Tony Sanchez was part of the Rolling Stones inner circle and Keith Richard's drug dealer for many years. This is his story told my him. Some of the tales told seem pretty tall (but could also be very true). If you are interested in the Stones in the 60's and 70's (truly its Keef I'm interrested in) this is yet another insight and perspective on the bigger picture.


  • Aftermath - The Rolling Stones Aftermath - The Rolling Stones - Photo

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    • glamazon5

      Amazing CD. Paint it Black is one of my fav. Rolling Stones songs. This CD is extremely important in the context of Rolling Stones history (hell music history for that matter) as it is the first album that Mick and Keef wrote all the songs. If you don't own this you need to.


  • Shine A Light ~ The Rolling Stones Shine A Light ~ The Rolling Stones - Photo

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      Martin Scorsese vs The Rolling Stones ~ nuff said ^_^


  • Rolling Stones Official Wine Club Rolling Stones Official Wine Club - Photo

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      The Rolling Stones have found many uses for their tongue logo. Maybe one of the most iconic and delightful is this latest placement on bottles of Celebrity Cellars Rolling Stones Official Wine Club wines. What's next Ice cream?


  • Tattoo You ~ The Rolling Stones Tattoo You ~ The Rolling Stones - Photo

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      Out of so many big name bands the Rolling Stones seem to have the best packaging design. I used to display the cover of Tattoo You just because I was impressed with the cover art. Now I'm actually listing to the music as well and I'm enjoying it's soul inspired tracks. In the past the hits on "Tattoo You" were what I always listed to--those hits on enough compilations, so now I've started to dig back into my Stones library for hidden glimmering rocks, and I'm playing the lesser known tracks like "Slave", "Worried About You", and "Tops", these songs carry as much musical groove as songs like "Waiting on A Friend, but aren't over exposed and so they steel feel fresh and shinny.


  • Rolling Stones Tote Rolling Stones Tote - Photo

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    • VaFashionista

      Do you absolutely LOVE the Rolling Stones? Well, show the world your love for them while carrying around this natural colored canvas tote.


  • Shine a Light: Original Soundtrack - The Rolling Stones Shine a Light: Original Soundtrack - The Rolling Stones - Photo

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    • glamazon5

      You really need to pre-order this soundtrack to the new Scorsese directed Rolling Stones movie, Shine a Light. All this month they have Rolling Stones radio (Rolling Stones 24/7) on Sirius Satellite Radio and are playing tracks from the CD. Yesterday I heard Champagne and Reefer (with Buddy Guy) and it smokes (so to speak)! If you go to the website for this movie, you can watch a preview. I know some might say, "oh those guys are way too old to rock", but let me tell you differently. Watch the preview and listen and you will see why now, even as they enter their twilight years they are the greatest rock band on the planet. Also, note that there are two versions of this CD. One is just 1 CD (and is only tracks from the movie). And this one, which I'm recommending. This one is 2 CD's and has songs that were recorded during the concert at the Beacon Theater, but not included in the movie ("Paint It Black", "Little T&A", "Shine A Light" and "I'm Free")


  • SIRIUS Satellite Radio - Rolling Stones Radio SIRIUS Satellite Radio - Rolling Stones Radio - Photo

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      To celebrate the release of the Martin Scorsese film, Shine a Light, Rolling Stones radio is back on Sirius Satellite Radio (Channel 12) for the next month. I usually listen to the Underground Garage (my entire reason for initially getting Sirius), but since this is only around for a month, I'm enjoying it while I can. You should too!


  • The Rolling Stones - Singles Collection: The London Years (Remastered) The Rolling Stones - Singles Collection: The London Years (Remastered) - Photo

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    • hanahula

      I knew I wanted to include some Rolling Stones on this list, but I had no idea where to begin. They have made so many albums, performed live at so many concerts and written so many great songs that is impossible to pin it down to just one era of their long and winding history. So, I went for the biggest, most comprehensive collection I could find . . . and it is a huge 58-single compilation. I have never seen one this big. But, then again, this is the Rolling Stones. Still singing (together !) after all these years.


  • Rolling Stone July 10-24, 2008 - Issue #1056/#1057 Rolling Stone July 10-24, 2008 - Issue #1056/#1057 - Photo

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      It was the summer of 2008 while crowned as 'the new hope' for a dazzling country which had fallen on extremely hard times, Senator Barack Obama won the Democratic nomination for the U.S. presidential race. This event would remain a positive historical landmark event for generations to come. Later, almost as as a editorial snapshot of this victory, or memento, or as a pause in the massive political race (where one could savor that rare moment charged with symbolic, or 'actual' change in context, change in political dialogue, and change in the cultural direction of the nation) the cover of the July issue of "Rolling Stone Magazine" was entirely dedicated to the iconic image of Obama --'rock star candidate'. No caption or headline was needed to identify the youthful face of Barack Obama, who had (by that time) become recognized across the world. The detail which stands out from the cover is a a smile, Im sure that there were plenty of other images of a non-smiling Obama to choose from, but I'm guessing that the editors of RS wanted to express the emotion of that victory, knowing that in the future when one looks back to July of 2008 it will be impossible to recreate the giddy thrill that was under the surface of our skin, the trill of hope, the trill of change, and the electric sensation of reconnection to a dream. If there was ever a magazine cover worth collecting for it's historical value it is this one. ^_^


  • Rolling Stone Switching to a Rack Friendly Size | Live Smart Daily Rolling Stone Switching to a Rack Friendly Size | Live Smart Daily - Photo

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      With the Oct. 30 issue, which will go on sale Oct. 17, Rolling Stone, published by Wenner Media, will adopt the standard size used by all but a few magazines.


  • ROLLING STONE BRITNEY SPEARS ISSUE ROLLING STONE BRITNEY SPEARS ISSUE - Photo

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    • JustEliana

      Britney has posed multiple times for Rolling Stones including a controversial cover in her earlier years. This one is from 2001.


  • Shine a Light: Rolling Stones Shine a Light: Rolling Stones - Photo

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    • Leggy

      This is a spectacular party DVD! The Rolling Stones rock New York city in an amazing benefit concert of the Rolling Stones foundation Shine a Light with one of their most killer concerts on film, packed with interviews, pre-concert madness and incredible perfomances of classic songs with special guests, including a performance of Sympathy for the devil *my personnal favorite* among other great hits in a documentary/concert film directed by Martin Scorsese. Sure to make a great gift!


  • The Rolling Stone Collection: Women's Obama Foil Tee Shirt The Rolling Stone Collection: Women's Obama Foil Tee Shirt - Photo

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    • hanahula

      Rolling Stone recently published a retrospective of Obama's political career, covering his run for the Senate, speeches made along the campaign trail, his decision to run for President, and photographs from childhood up to the present. It's heartwarming, heartbreaking and absolutely the best issue of Rolling Stone I have ever read. They also happen to offer a sweet selection of Obama t-shirts, this particular one being my favorite designed for women.