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The Rolling Stones

Rare and Unseen DVD

Review by Gary Hill

Stones fans, rejoice, this DVD has a lot of great interviews you may have never seen before. Don’t come here looking for live clips, though, as the set is lacking in those. It does have some intriguing conversations with band members from all points in their career. I guess that if there’s one complaint to be addressed it’s the sequence. It just seems kind of random – like they just took all the clips and put them together in whatever order they happened to grab them. So, it gives sort of a hodge podge feel. All that said, though, no matter your level of interest in the Rolling Stones, I’m betting there is material here you’ve never seen before and I’d hazard to guess that you will learn something about the band from this collection of clips.

This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2010  Volume 3 at

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