the rolling stones - no expectations - rock and roll circus - stereo edit
the rolling stones - no expectations - rock and roll circus - stereo edit
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This one from the "Rock And Roll Circus" needed a bit of sound enhancement. The "Circus" was shot on film December 11, 1968. When Rolling Stones founder Brian Jones died in 1969, this song took on new meaning, as lyrics like "Our love is like our music, it’s here and then it’s gone" made it a fitting elegy. Mick Jagger explained: "That’s Brian Jones playing steel guitar. We were sitting around in a circle on the floor, singing and playing, recording with open mikes. That was the last time I remember Brian really being totally involved in something that was really worth doing. He was there with everyone else. It’s funny how you remember - but that was the last moment I remember him doing that, because he had just lost interest in everything."

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Views: 2,728
Added: 3 years ago
Duration: 04:02
Rate this video
Rating: 0/5 ~ Votes: 0
Videos: 462
Subscribers: 23
Description
This one from the "Rock And Roll Circus" needed a bit of sound enhancement. The "Circus" was shot on film December 11, 1968. When Rolling Stones founder Brian Jones died in 1969, this song took on new meaning, as lyrics like "Our love is like our music, it’s here and then it’s gone" made it a fitting elegy. Mick Jagger explained: "That’s Brian Jones playing steel guitar. We were sitting around in a circle on the floor, singing and playing, recording with open mikes. That was the last time I remember Brian really being totally involved in something that was really worth doing. He was there with everyone else. It’s funny how you remember - but that was the last moment I remember him doing that, because he had just lost interest in everything."

®© UMG
®© ABCKO Music, Inc.

(All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and the music.)

This sound recording is administered by UMG/ABCKO Music, Inc. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education, not for monetary gain.
Categories
Entertainment, Music