andrew and brian jones


#TIMELESSTIME The Rolling Stones were photographed with their manager and producer, Andrew Loog Oldham, at RCA Studios in Hollywood, California in 1965. This remarkable photograph was taken at that pivotal time when the power structure of The Stones was shifting from Brian Jones (the original founder of the band) to Mick and Keith. © Bob Bonis.

I got 99 problems but presidency ain’t one
—  Alexander Hamilton after The Reynolds Pamphlet

Today is my birthday so I’ve decided to post some pictures for old time’s sake. If these photos have been posted while I was off Tumblr, I apologise honestly. *end of message*

“On their arrival in Los Angeles, the group almost immediately began a session at RCA Studios on May 12 and 13, entering the studio accompanied by Ian Stewart and Jack Nitzsche, with Oldham producing and Dave Hassinger engineering. The two-day session produced six cuts: Solomon Burke’s Cry to Me, Sam Cooke’s Good Times, Otis Redding’s I’ve Been Loving You Too Long, and three new Jagger-Richards compositions: The Spider And The Fly, One More Try, and the blockbuster (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” The Blues Magazine, No. 14, July 2014

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