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Martin Scorsese and the Rolling Stones unite in "Shine A Light," a look at The Rolling Stones
A promotional clip for the movie "Shine a Light" found in the official Myspace profile of The Rolling Stones.
Shine a Light is the soundtrack to The Rolling Stones concert film of the same name, directed by Martin Scorsese. It was released on 1 April 2008 in the UK by Polydor Records and one week later in the US by Interscope Records. Two different versions were released, one a double disc and the other a single disc. Shine a Light is the tenth concert album to be released by the Rolling Stones.
Not On Label (The Rolling Stones) – COC 39200. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album, Unofficial Release, Blue.
Over the course of their nearly 45-year recording career, the Rolling Stones have released eight official live albums and five theatrical feature films.
Martin Scorsese and the Rolling Stones unite in "Shine A Light," a look at The Rolling Stones. Scorcese filmed the Stones over a two-day period at the intimate Beacon Theater in New York City in fall 2006. Cinematographers capture the raw energy of the legendary band. Written by alfiehitchie. Plot Keywords: the rolling stones black and white to color harmonicist electronic keyboard keyboardist See All (52) . Genres
Early on in Martin Scorsese’s latest film, The Wolf of Wall Street, Leonardo DiCaprio’s brash young broker throws a party at his office. Strippers, a secretary with a shaved head and even a marching band parade around while his coworkers are worked into an animalistic frenzy. G: The Rolling Stones’ Gimme Shelter From ‘The Departed’. No one has used the Stones to better effect on sound tracks than Marty, and no Stones song has been used more times by the director than this tune off of 1969's Let It Bleed. You can hear it while Ray Liotta sets up "the Pittsburgh connection" in GoodFellas, and listen to a live version over two separate murder scenes in Casino. Thirty-eight years later, it's impossible to hear the song without thinking of God's Lonely Man and the carnage to come.
The original soundtrack album for the Martin Scorsese directed film of the band’s performance at the Beacon Theatre in New York City in 2006. Christina Aguilera makes a guest appearance on Live With Me, the great Chess blues guitarist, Buddy Guy plays on the Muddy Waters song, Champagne and Reefer, and Jack White joined the band on guitar and vocals for Loving Cup. The film had its premiere in February 2008 and has some interesting song choices that Scorsese encouraged them to choose.
In 2006, Martin Scorsese filmed two of the group's performances at New York City's Beacon Theatre. The resulting Shine a Light, which included guest appearances from Buddy Guy, Jack White, and Christina Aguilera, was released in theaters in 2008. The accompanying soundtrack reached the number two spot on the . Following Shine a Light, the Stones turned their attention toward their legacy. That same year, the Stones opened up their Rolling Stones Archive, which offered official digital releases of classic live bootlegs like 1973's The Brussels Affair. All this was a prelude to their 50th anniversary in 2012, which the group celebrated with a hardcover book, a new documentary called Crossfire Hurricane, and a new compilation called GRRR!
Fittingly, Scorsese’s first use of a Stones song comes from their first album, a self-titled 1964 LP rereleased in the United States as England’s Newest Hitmakers. In this scene from the director’s 1973 breakout, we meet Harvey Keitel’s young, conflicted mobster, Charlie, as he saunters through a strip club while Jagger sings a gentle, lovelorn pop tune. A few weeks after the release of The Departed, Scorsese filmed the Stones performing at New York City’s Beacon Theatre for what would become the documentary and album Shine a Light, which takes its name from another Exile classic. Originally skeptical of the idea of another concert film, guitarist Keith Richards agreed when Scorsese came onboard: You can’t fuck around with him.
|2||Before The Show|
|3||Jumping Jack Flash|
|5||She Was Hot|
|6||All Down The Line|
Guitar, Vocals – Jack White
|8||As Tears Go By|
|10||Just My Imagination|
|12||Champagne & Reefer
Guitar, Vocals – Buddy Guy
|14||You Got The Silver|
|16||Sympathy For The Devil|
|17||Live With Me
Vocals – Christina Aguilera
|18||Start Me Up|
|20||(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction|
|21||Shine A Light (End Titles)|
|23||15 Minutes Behind The Scenes Featurette|
|24||Undercover Of The Night (Additional Song Not Seen At Cinema)|
|25||Paint It Black (Additional Song Not Seen At Cinema)|
|26||Little T&A (Additional Song Not Seen At Cinema)|
|27||I'm Free (Additional Song Not Seen At Cinema)|
|28||Rolling Stones Trivia Challenge|
|29||Multi-Angle On 4 Songs|
|F1-SGB 3836301000, F1 38363 SV||Stones* / Scorsese*||Stones* / Scorsese* - Shine A Light (DVD, Cle)||Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Fortissimofilms||F1-SGB 3836301000, F1 38363 SV||UK & Ireland||2008|
|501913||Stones* / Scorsese*||Stones* / Scorsese* - Shine A Light (DVD-V, Multichannel, PAL)||Arthaus||501913||Germany||2008|
|PA4408D||Stones* / Scorsese*||Stones* / Scorsese* - Shine A Light (DVD)||Univideo||PA4408D||Italy||2008|
|502650 DX||Stones* / Scorsese*||Stones* / Scorsese* - Shine A Light (DVD-V, Multichannel, PAL)||Arthaus||502650 DX||Germany||2009|
|SZBD 5598-09, none||The Rolling Stones / Martin Scorsese||The Rolling Stones / Martin Scorsese - Да Будет Свет (Blu-ray, Multichannel, Car)||Концерн «Группа Союз», Paramount Classics, ООО "Кинокомпания "СТВ"||SZBD 5598-09, none||Russia||2008|
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