album The Rolling Stones - Cocksucker Blues mp3 download
FLAC version ZIP size: 1395 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1679 mb
Other Formats: MP4 MPC AHX DMF APE AA AUD
Cocksucker Blues is an unreleased documentary film directed by the still photographer Robert Frank chronicling The Rolling Stones American Tour 1972 in support of their album Exile on Main St. There was much anticipation for the band's arrival in the United States, since they had not visited there since the 1969 disaster at the Altamont Free Concert, in which a fan was stabbed and beaten to death by Hells Angels, with the incident being caught on camera.
The Rolling Stones is the debut album by the Rolling Stones, released by Decca Records in the UK on 16 April 1964. The album is included in Robert Dimery's 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
When the Rolling Stones returned to the . for a 1972 tour, they let photographer Robert Frank bring a crew of film cameras along for the ride with the intention of releasing an honest, behind-the-scenes look at a big band’s life on the road. The final cut was a bit more raw than the band had bargained for, though: When Mick Jagger and Co. watched Cocksucker Blues they decided they never wanted anyone else to see it. Frank won a 1977 court ruling that permits him to screen the film four times a year in an archival situation where he must be present.
It had been true that you could only see this particular documentary if its director Robert Frank was present, though this rule has gotten more lenient over the years . Its themes of loneliness and deterioration so closely matched their latest album, Exile on Main Street, that they invited him to design the album's cover and later film their 1972 tour promoting the album.
The least seen movie about the Rolling Stones ranks as the most revealing one ever made. Cocksucker Blues, a documentary by photographer Robert Frank which shadowed the band on their pivotal 1972 American tour, has never had a formal release. The Stones made sure of that after seeing Frank’s wilder footage way back when. Luckily, a convoluted deal between the director and the band allows the film to be shown several times a year, with several odd caveats. One dictates that Frank himself must be in attendance. At the time of the filming, they were touring behind what is arguably their greatest album – Exile on Main Street – with a lineup far more exciting than the one they’ve featured in the years since. The concert footage in Cocksucker Blues captures the most erudite and dexterous lead player they’ve ever had: Mick Taylor.
Ronnie Wood painted the release's artwork himself. The Rolling Stones have curated a compilation of classic blues tracks that have inspired their career. Check out the trailer and full tracklist below. Teaming up with BMG and Universal, the legendary rock band have put together their favourite cuts to create ‘Confessin’ The Blues’
Rolling Stones albums ranked from worst to best. By Ian Fortnam (Classic Rock) 2016-12-05T14:45:00. Classic Rock presents a list of every classic Rolling Stones album ranked from worst to best. The Rolling Stones playing their greatest songs on stage. That withdrawn, contract-fulfilling Decca single Schoolboy Blues (AKA Cocksucker Blues) with Andrew’s Blues on the flip? You’ve gotta hear that. But in the meantime, there’s this.
Richards has described listening to Muddy Waters for the first time as "the most powerful music I had ever heard – the most expressive. Jagger, meanwhile, once said this music "seemed the most real thing" to his young ears. Co-founders Brian Jones and Charlie Watts were soon delving just as deeply into the music of Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed, Little Walter and others. Richards came to appreciate this remarkable journey, traced again through our list of Top 10 Rolling Stones Blues Songs. When you think of some dopey, spotty 17-year old from Dartford who wants to be Muddy Waters – and there were a lot of us – in a way, very pathetic," he once admitted, "but in another way, very heartwarming.
Matrix/Runout - SP 100 Rolling Stones. Other Versions (5 of 14) View All. Cat.
- Film Director – Robert Frank
|none||The Rolling Stones||Cocksucker Blues (DVD-V, Unofficial, PAL)||Old Bastards Production||none||Europe||2003|
|none||The Rolling Stones||Cocksucker Blues (VHS, Unofficial, NTSC)||Pewster Audio & Video||none||US||1999|
|wow-041||The Rolling Stones||Cocksucker Blues (DVD-V, Ltd, Unofficial, NTSC)||The WOW Corporation||wow-041||Unknown|
|RS CSB-LO||The Rolling Stones||Big CockSucker Blues (DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC)||4Reel Productions||RS CSB-LO||US||2004|
|RS CSB-LO||The Rolling Stones||Big CockSucker Blues (DVD-V, Unofficial, NTSC, Dig)||4Reel Productions||RS CSB-LO||US||2007|
Title: On The Rock Trail: The Rolling Stones
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: The Beatles & The Rolling Stones
Title: Love You Live Mixes
Title: The Rolling Stones
Genre: Rock / Blues
Title: Out Of Our Heads
Title: Andrew`s Blues
Title: Each Stone Unplugged
Genre: Rock / Blues / Pop
Title: Rock Licks
Genre: Rock / Audiobooks and files
Title: Stones In Exile
Title: Cocksucker Blues (Special Shape Edition)
Title: They Never Even Seem To Hear My Guitar
Genre: Rock / Blues
Title: Andrew's Blues (Live In Paris 1965 & Two Unreleased Decca Originals)