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The Rolling Stones - Charlie Is My Darling (2012)
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The Rolling Stones - Charlie Is My Darling (2012) [Super Deluxe Boxset 2CD+Blu-Ray+DVD9] {ABKCO}



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© 2012 ABKCO | 38781 10069 5
Rock / British Blues / British Invasion
 

ABKCO Films is proud to join in the celebration of the Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary
by announcing exclusive details of the release of the legendary, but
never officially released film, The Rolling Stones Charlie is my Darling
Ireland 1965, the cinematic debut of the band. This new cut of the
film features newly discovered, never-before-seen or heard performances
and will be released in Super Deluxe Box Set, Blu-ray and DVD
configurations worldwide on November 6 (or 5 in the world excluding
N/A).The Rolling Stones Charlie is my Darling Ireland 1965 was shot on a
quick weekend tour of Ireland just weeks after “(I Can’t Get No)
Satisfaction” hit # 1 on the charts and became the international anthem
for an entire generation. Charlie is my Darling is an intimate,
behind-the-scenes diary of life on the road with the young Rolling
Stones featuring the first professionally filmed concert performances of
the band’s long and storied touring career, documenting the early
frenzy of their fans and the riots their live performances incited.

DVD & BLU-RAY DISCS WITH ◦ALL NEW 65 MINUTE VERSION
◦ORIGINAL DIRECTOR’S CUT
◦ORIGINAL PRODUCER’S CUT
◦RESTORATION DOCUMENTARY

SOUNDTRACK CD
BONUS CD WITH UNRELEASED LIVE RECORDINGS FROM ENGLAND ’65 TOUR
10” VINYL LP OF LIVE RECORDINGS FROM ENGLAND ’65 TOUR
SPECIAL SOFT TOUCH PACKAGING
40 PAGE BOOK CONTAINING UNSEEN PHOTOS, ESSAYS & NEWSPAPER ARTICLES
REPLICA TOUR POSTER
SURPRISE INSIDE: NUMBERED LIMITED EDITION ENLARGED FILM CELL IN 200+ UNIQUE VARIATIONS

Filmed in 1965 just as "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" was tearing up the charts and,
in the process, sealing the fate of the Rolling Stones, Charlie Is My
Darling remained unreleased until this 2012 deluxe set, which contains
the first official release of the movie. It is a fascinating document of
the Rolling Stones on the brink of superstardom -- and, in turn, the
explosion of rock culture in general -- and it can be equally enjoyed as
either the simple DVD or Blu-ray releases, or in this super-deluxe box
set where it's supplemented by two CDs. The first is a straight
soundtrack for the film, interspersing interviews from the film between
live performances from the movie, plus well-known, well-loved oldies
from the Stones ("Heart of Stone," "Play with Fire," "Tell Me") and a
couple instrumental oddities from the Andrew Loog Oldham Orchestra. Of
special interest is the next CD, a collection of live performances from
the Stones in 1965, many of them almost drowned out by screaming
audiences, all finding the band supercharged, limber, and alive,
enjoying the Chess blues and R&B standards they're playing and
laying into their originals with passion. It's raw and rough and reason
enough to invest in this Super Deluxe set.

The Rolling Stones spent at least the first part of their career laboring under the
rather imposing shadow of The Beatles, and a certain segment of the
musical cognoscenti still relegates to Stones to "also ran" status
behind the Fab Four, despite the fact that the Stones managed to outlast
The Beatles by several decades and has had more or less the same level
of success. The Stones did take a while to capture their first
international Number One single, when "I Can't Get No Satisfaction"
finally topped the charts in 1965 some three years after the group's
founding, and there's no denying the fact that at the time, The Beatles
had somehow captured a global fancy in a way that the Stones didn't
quite manage to do, despite being incredibly popular in their own right.
The Beatles burst upon the movie going public about as forcefully as
they had the music world when they released the ground breaking and
incredibly popular A Hard Day's Night in 1964, and one might have
assumed that the Stones would have been a bankable commodity to do the
same, and yet the Stones never ended up making anything other than
concert films during this period (though of course Mick Jagger went on
to some notable starring roles in straight films). Charlie Is My Darling
might have been the Stones' entrée into major cinematic success, even
if it has little of the Richard Lester inspired madness of The Beatles'
first feature film. This is an often fascinating documentary that
captures The Stones at the moment that lightning had just struck, when
"I Can't Get No Satisfaction" had been a global phenomenon and the band
undertook a brief tour to Ireland. This souvenir of a bygone age, before
The Stones had become The Stones is a sweet, unvarnished look at four
young men who honestly weren't sure what tomorrow might hold and how
long their newfound pop superstardom would last. Ironically, they seem
only too aware of The Beatles' overwhelming success, as you'll hear them
mentioned more than once and even hear a couple of Lennon and McCartney
tunes being hummed by some unlikely suspects along the way.



It's almost shocking to realize that The Rolling Stones as a unit are
celebrating their 50th anniversary, one reason this long delayed and
almost legendary early documentary is finally being released to the
public, after an extensive frame by frame 2K restoration that also saw
previously unseen footage being reintegrated into the proceedings.
Perhaps just as shocking is the sight of The Rolling Stones at such a
young age, probably none more so than Keith Richards, who looks
positively normal and nothing like his "Captain Jack Sparrow" later
years. There's also a certain poignancy in seeing Brian Jones,
especially as he seems rather fragile and perhaps only too aware of his
own mortality. There's also a shocking quasi-riot caught on film here
that is eerily prescient if not as violent as what would transpire at
Altamont four years later.

Those of us who grew up with somewhat later iterations of The Stones may
find it hard to reconcile the swaggering, overly cocky aggregation of
the seventies and eighties with these very young and quite naïvely
innocent young men. The riot itself seems to provoke absolute shock in
all of them, with Jagger stammering that the same thing greeted The
Beatles when they played Germany, as if somehow that made it all more
palatable. (Jagger's subtext seems to be that The Stones were already
carving out their identity as the anti-Beatles, but that this kind of
mishap was de rigeur for all rock stars, no matter what their stripes.)

The film ping pongs back and forth between relatively short concert
snippets and longer, actually better and more informative confessionals,
as well as lots of backstage footage that plays to accompanying Stones'
music. A number of passers-by are asked what they think of The Stones,
and the reactions are surprisingly disparate, including everything from
young teenybopper acclaim to older, less sanguine, opinions. The Stones'
very young manager at the time, Andrew Long Oldham, is quoted on the
Blu-ray keepcase insert as saying, "'Charlie Is My Darling' was to be a
sort of trial run, get-your-celluloid legs together for any forthcoming
feature film and and effort on my part to keep the Stones interested in
the idea of film. It would be titled 'Charlie Is My Darling' based on
the fact that he was. . ." (The Charlie of the title is of course
Charlie Watts.)

While Oldham's plans for a feature film never quite materialized,
there's no denying the influence of A Hard Day's Night on at least parts
of Charlie Is My Darling. We see The Stones running from screaming
fans, and one especially redolent sequence has scenes from the tour
train passing by in accelerated motion as a string quartet plays. But
there's little of The Beatles' (or Richard Lester's) cheeky humor on
display here, and instead this is a really rather remarkably ruminative
piece that finds the boys kind of wondering what the heck they've gotten
themselves into.

There's an amazing little moment with Jagger where he talks about what
his generation is going through, basically being handed the world on a
silver platter after their parents' hardships. But he then goes on to
state that his generation won't really understand what they've been
given until they're 75 and grandparents. Maybe today's Mick Jagger can
look back on the fresh faced youngster of Charlie Is My Darling and
realize that no truer words were ever spoken.


tracklist:
CD1 - Soundtrack:

01. Play With Fire (2:25)
02. Heart Of Stone (2:46)
03. Who do you like in the group (0:38)
04. The Last Time (live) (3:20)
05. Time Is On My Side (live) (2:55)
06. I'm Alright (live) (2:37)
07. The next house we'll turn the screaming down (0:32)
08. Theme For A Rolling Stone (3:12)
09. Nice tea (0:57)
10. Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner (2:13)
11. Play With Fire (2:15)
12. Tell Me (2:20)
13. Heart Of Stone (3:04)
14. Are you going to the show (0:22)
15. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (live) (0:40)
16. Pain In My Heart (live) (2:07)
17. Blue Turns To Grey (2:55)
18. Subconsciously supernatural (0:11)
19. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (2:55)
20. The Moon In June (0:36)
21. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (live) (3:38)
22. Going Home (11:19)

CD2 - Live In England '65:
01. Show Intro (0:21)
02. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (0:36)
03. Pain In My Heart (2:04)
04. Down The Road Apiece (1:43)
05. Time Is On My Side (2:51)
06. I'm Alright (2:15)
07. Off The Hook (2:27)
08. Charlie's Intro (0:33)
09. Little Red Rooster (2:36)
10. Route 66 (2:44)
11. I'm Moving On (2:29)
12. The Last Time (3:10)
13. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (4:06)

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DVD:
01. Play With Fire (The Aranbee Pop Symphony Orchestra)
02. Heart Of Stone
03. Who Do You Like In The Group? (Peter Whitehead and Fans)
04. The Last Time
05. Time Is On My Side
06. I´m Alright
07. The Next House We´ll Turn The Screaming Down (Andrew Loog Oldham and Priest)
08. Theme For A Rolling Stone (The Andrew Oldham Orchestra)
09. Nice Tea (The Rolling Stones and Andrew Loog Oldham)
10. Maybe It´s Because I´m A Londoner (ALO Productions)
11. Play With Fire
12. Tell Me - (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Andrew Oldham)
13. Heart Of Stone (The Andrew Oldham Orchestra)
14. Are You Going To The Show Tonight? (Peter Whitehead and Fans)
15. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
16. Pain In My Heart
17. Blue Turns To Grey (The Andrew Oldham Orchestra)
18. Subconsciously Supernatural (Mick Jagger and Andrew Oldham)
19. (I Can´t Get No) Satisfaction (The Andrew Oldham Orchestra)
20. The Moon In June (Mick Jagger)
21. (I Can´t Get No) Satisfaction
22. Going Home

• Charlie is my Darling - Producer's Cut (00:48:56)
• Charlie is my Darling - Director's Cut (00:35:43)
• Film Inerviews (00:12:12)
• Restoration Documentary (00:04:26)



BLU-RAY:
Original Soundtrack tracklisting:

01. Play With Fire - The Aranbee Pop Symphony Orchestra
02. Heart Of Stone - The Rolling Stones
03. Who Do You Like In The Group? - Peter Whitehead and Fans
04. The Last Time (Live) - The Rolling Stones
05. Time Is On My Side (Live) - The Rolling Stones
06. I´m Alright (Live) - The Rolling Stones
07. The Next House We´ll Turn The Screaming Down - Andrew Loog Oldham and Priest
08. Theme For A Rolling Stone - The Andrew Oldham Orchestra
09. Nice Tea - The Rolling Stones and Andrew Loog Oldham
10. Maybe It´s Because I´m A Londoner - ALO Productions
11. Play With Fire - The Rolling Stones
12. Tell Me - Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Andrew Oldham
13. Heart Of Stone - The Andrew Oldham Orchestra
14. Are You Going To The Show Tonight? - Peter Whitehead and Fans
15. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Live) - The Rolling Stones
16. Pain In My Heart (Live) - The Rolling Stones
17. Blue Turns To Grey - The Andrew Oldham Orchestra
18. Subconsciously Supernatural - Mick Jagger and Andrew Oldham
19. (I Can´t Get No) Satisfaction - The Andrew Oldham Orchestra
20. The Moon In June - Mick Jagger
21. (I Can´t Get No) Satisfaction (Live) - The Rolling Stones
22. Going Home - The Rolling Stones

• Film Inerviews
• Charlie is my Darling - Producer's Cut
• Charlie is my Darling - Director's Cut
• Restoration Documentary








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