#32 - The Rolling Stones' final record of the Sixties kicks off with the terrifying "Gimme Shelter," the song that came to symbolize not only the catastrophe of the Stones' free show at Altamont but the death of the decade's utopian spirit. The entire album burns with apocalyptic cohesion. www.jeffreymarkell.com #orangecountyrealtor #jeffforhomes #greatestalbums
Rolling Stones logo designed 1970-1971 The group’s “lips and tongue” logo is one of the most recognisable in rock ’n’ roll, but there are conflicting stories about who designed it. It is usually credited to a Royal College of Art student called John Pasche, though American artist Ernie Cefalu has claimed responsibility for the original concept. The logo was first featured on the Sticky Fingers album sleeve in 1971.
"Harlem Shuffle" is an song written and originally recorded by the duo Bob & Earl in 1963. The Rolling Stones' cover version, with Bobby Womack on backing vocals, appeared on their 1986 album 'Dirty Work'. It became the first cover song the Stones had released as an opening single off a new studio album since 1964.
self portraits as poster art or magazine covers -- use with language arts unit and include student writing -- (good for typography and graphic design using digital media) -- ROLLING STONES 26 November 1969 Baltimora concert by tarlotoys