In the summer of 1972, the Rolling Stones swept across an America still smoldering from the tumult of the ‘60s, bringing their gritty masterpiece Exile on Main St. to the masses. Rolling Stone magazine journalist Robert Greenfield was along for the ride, writing the seminal rock book STP (Stones Touring Party) — culled from weeks on the road and more than 60 hours of interviews with the band and their entourage. Now, for the first time, Greenfield and fellow STP vet Gary Stromberg share that tape archive, allowing listeners to sit in on intimate chats with the Stones in their prime. Written and hosted by Jordan Runtagh, with original music by Noel Brown and Mykal Alder June, Stones Touring Party is an all-access pass to the sights, sounds, riots, bombings, drug busts, death threats and other assorted mayhem from this pivotal moment in American history.
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After a wild two-month tear through North America, the Stones play the last gig of the STP tour at NYC's Madison Square Garden. Their entourage work overtime to ensure that it's the craziest rock show to ever hit the Big Apple. After their final bows... more
The Stones organization is rocked to its core when terrorists bomb one of the band's equipment vans in Montreal. The STP squad are relieved to make it out of Canada alive, but they soon discover that their problems are just beginning. The flight to B... more
The STP tour has hit the midway point, and the Stones & Co struggle to stave off boredom and madness as a result of the destabilizing daily grind. Some blow off steam by deconstructing their hotel rooms, while others get lost in gratuitous sex. Drugs... more
The unearthing of the original interview clips opened up a great opportunity for this to be the definitive account of the ‘72 Tour. The journalists’ recollections are helpful in giving context, but the narration is a big weakness that detracts from the overall credibility. The script seems primarily concerned with reinforcing already well-mythologised aspects of the Stones and is delivered with an often comical cadence that doesn’t convey any emotion relevant the content.
Incredible stories told through never before heard interviews and people who were there. Even if you aren’t a Stones fan, the stories here are connected to things still making news today. And some long known legendary events told firsthand. Highly entertaining.
I heard about this podcast on the regular radio and decided to give it a listen. It’s packed full of great interviews from journalists and fans. The podcast also pulls heavily from archives at Northwestern University. These interviews with Mick, Keith, Charlie, Mick T., and Bill are fascinating to listen to and give you an insight into what they’re were going through and what being a member of the band during that era was like. My only gripe with the podcast is that no Stones music is featured i... more
A podcast about The Rolling Stones with out the music of the Rolling Stones
Podcast does a nice job of explaining just how good this band was in their prime.
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