To celebrate the anniversary of the release of the album Tatoo you, a team at Boston Dynamics got some bots together and choreographed the moves. But do they move like Jagger? You be the judge.
Tag: The Rolling Stones
For every musician out there, I present the legendary, iconic, some would say the best guitarist with a career spanning 6 decades this year, Keith Richards, making a mistake in front of thousands! Enjoy. And don’t be so hard on yourself.
Mick Jagger laughing while singing is perfect! Why everyone didn’t just follow Ronnie, I will never know. What a great moment. So funny.
This came from the carnaby street store in London today. The irony is that today is the birthday of guitarist, Keith Richards. Merry Xmas to me and happy birthday to Keith
How youtu.be helps those who can’t make the show
The Rolling Stones lost their heartbeat. Charlie Watts dead at 80.
Happy Christmas from your naughty elf
Thanks for the Satisfaction
I’ve been griping a lot, and I did say I’d blog about some things that inspire me. On that note…
I Can’t Get No Satisfaction was the number on song on the day I was born. I guess I was destined to be a fan of the Rolling Stones.
I remember one New Year’s Eve in my teens. I was alone at home, feeling very lonely and unwanted. I laid on my bed, drinking a mickey of Lemon Gin and listening to the 45 of Paint It Black on repeat for hours. It helped me to think that I wasn’t alone in my darkness. To this day, if I’m feeling depressed, Paint it Black will help me through my feelings.
The first time I fell in love, the Stones were there too. Wild Horses was the soundtrack to the exact moment that I realized I was, indeed, in love. I was kissing my boyfriend. We both pulled apart, noticed the tears in each other’s eyes and said, I love you.
The first time I drove a convertible with the top down Mick and the boys were there. Route 66 blared from the speakers of my 1971 Cadillac. I felt freedom and joy.
Beast Of Burden was playing the first time I had sex. Ever since, I get randy as all get out when I hear it.
The Stones have been there for all of my most important firsts and many of the moments in between. I was lucky enough to have seen them live once in my life and hope to do so at least once more. I look forward to sharing the rest of my days with the most poignant, fun loving, controversial, sexy, dark, life affirming and satisfying bands in the history of rock and roll.
Thank you, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brain Jones, Ron Wood, Bill Wyman, Mick Taylor and Charlie Watts for the Satisfaction.