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KLRU Schedule | Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus
Episode Details

THE ROLLING STONES ROCK AND ROLL CIRCUS is the legendary concert extravaganza that marked the last performance of the original line-up of "The World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band": Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts. Under the big-top and dressed in outrageous circus garb, The Rolling Stones are joined by an all-star musical cast: Jethro Tull, The Who, Marianne Faithfull, Taj Mahal, Yoko Ono and the ad-hoc, one-time only, supergroup "The Dirty Mac" featuring John Lennon (guitar/vocals), Keith Richards (bass), Eric Clapton (guitar), fresh from his break-up with Cream, and Mitch Mitchell (drums) of The Jimi Hendrix Experience. With Mick Jagger as the show's literal ringmaster, the unscripted, unapologetic mayhem yielded timeless musical moments, including the first-ever performance of Stones classic-to-be "You Can't Always Get What You Want;" John Lennon's first concert before an audience outside The Beatles; the only existing footage of Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi's short stint with Jethro Tull; The Who's standout "A Quick One While He's Away;" and The Dirty Mac's rendition of The Beatles' "Yer Blues" (full song list below). The public television broadcast includes a never-before-televised 2004 interview with The Who's Pete Townshend about the historical gathering. Filmed December 11-12, 1968 and directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, the pioneering music video director behind The Beatles' Let It Be and many of the Rolling Stones' seminal video clips, THE ROLLING STONES ROCK AND ROLL CIRCUS was planned as a BBC special to promote the newly-released Beggars Banquet but never aired. In fact, the footage, shot by award-winning cinematographer Tony Richmond (The Kids are Alright, The Man Who Fell to Earth), was lost for many years. Finally, in 1989, it was discovered in a trash bin at The Who's vault in London. The film has been lovingly restored to preserve this unprecedented, one-of-a-kind event.

Length: 1 hour,


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