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28th June 1967: Mick Jagger of the 'Rolling Stones' pictured in handcuffs after a court case in West Sussex remanded him in custody after he had been found guilty of unauthorised possession of drugs at the house of group member Keith Richard

28th June 1967: Mick Jagger of the 'Rolling Stones' pictured in handcuffs after a court case in West Sussex remanded him in custody after he had been found guilty of unauthorised possession of drugs at the house of group member Keith Richard
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Charlie Watts, drummer with the Rolling Stones, looking quizzically over his sunglasses (Image dates January 1st 1983)

Charlie Watts, drummer with the Rolling Stones, looking quizzically over his sunglasses (Image dates January 1st 1983)
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Keith Richards, vocalist and guitarist for the Expensive Winos performs at the Aragone Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois in 1987

Keith Richards, vocalist and guitarist for the Expensive Winos performs at the Aragone Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois in 1987
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Ron Wood (Ronnie Wood) from The Rolling Stones posed in Brussels, Belgium in 1976

Ron Wood (Ronnie Wood) from The Rolling Stones posed in Brussels, Belgium in 1976
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Photo of A Concentrated Solo; Brian Jones in his element, solo's at all night gig, Alexandra Palace, London, 26th of June 1964, the release date of the Rolling Stones hit 'Its All Over Now'

Photo of A Concentrated Solo; Brian Jones in his element, solo's at all night gig, Alexandra Palace, London, 26th of June 1964, the release date of the Rolling Stones hit 'Its All Over Now'
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Cannes, France, 21st May 1971: Keith Richards of British rock group 'The Rolling Stones' pictured with his wife Anita Pallenberg and their two children at the Cannes Film Festival

Cannes, France, 21st May 1971: Keith Richards of British rock group 'The Rolling Stones' pictured with his wife Anita Pallenberg and their two children at the Cannes Film Festival
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St. Tropez, France, 12th May, 1971: Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger sits next to his Nicaraguan bride Bianca Perez Moreno De Macias during their wedding ceremony at the small fisherman's church of St, Annes. Watching in the background are (from right) french film director Roger Vadim, actress Nathalie Delon and photographer Patrick, Earl of Lichfield, Centre is Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richard with his girlfriend Anita Pallenberg

St. Tropez, France, 12th May, 1971: Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger sits next to his Nicaraguan bride Bianca Perez Moreno De Macias during their wedding ceremony at the small fisherman's church of St, Annes. Watching in the background are (from right) french film director Roger Vadim, actress Nathalie Delon and photographer Patrick, Earl of Lichfield, Centre is Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richard with his girlfriend Anita Pallenberg
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50 Years: The Rolling Stones - Views from the Inside, Views from the Outside is a massive two-part collection of the best journalistic material spanning the band's career. The ebook includes feature articles from Rolling Stone, The Daily Mail, and Daily Express with everyone from girlfriends and wives to The Stones themselves. Much of the material in 50 Years: The Rolling Sones has previously been unavailable in the US and the book comes in at an unprecedented 2000+ pages with over 150 images. Part 1, available in July, covers the first 25 years of the band, from their early days in the UK, their arrival in America as part of the "British Invasion," and their sellout tours around the world. Never before has such a landmark collection been available to the public and at a time when both music historians and music lovers are turning their attention to the "world's greatest rock band." 

 

 

 

"It's not only a journey through 50 years Rolling Stones," says publisher Matthias Würfl, "but also the history and evolution of music, press and western society of the last half century" 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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