- This was the unforgettable era when the Jaggers/Richards combination produced a flood of all time classics. Even the “B” sides have gone on to become classics. The Stones were an inspiration to hordes of imitators and millions of fans but until now there has never been an authoritative independent review of the factors that shaped the classic singles. Drawing on rare footage of the Rolling Stones in performance from the early black and white appearances right through to the last shows of the Brian Jones era and into the new world of the Stones with Mick Taylor this powerful and penetrating film features the impartial and forthright views of a leading team of critics and working musicians.Step outside the sanitised world of official releases and take along hard analytical look at the Rolling Stones legend. This hard-hitting film critique pulls no punches and deals frankly with the thorny issue of Jones versus Taylor, re-opens the debate surrounding the removal of Jones from the band did the Stones lose their way in the seventies? In order to ensure editorial freedom the film has not been censored, viewed or approved by past or present management or members of the Rolling Stones.This is the long awaited critical review of the music, featuring rare live performances alongside analysis from a leading team of rock journalists and critics.Features rare archive performances of Time Is On Our Side, The Last Time, Little Red Rooster, Satisfaction, Paint It Black, Ruby Tuesday, Let’s Spend The Night Together, Honky Tonk Woman, Lady Jane and many more.