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  • The Faces With Keith Richards -Sweet Little Rock and Roller


    The Faces With Keith Richards performing sweet little rock n roller . ronnie wood -guitar , keith richards - guitar , rod stewart - vocals , kenny jones - drums , ian mclagan - keyboards ,tetsu yamauchi - bass

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  • Rod Stewart & Faces - Final Concert in 1974 at Londons Kilburn State Theatre HQ


    This is the final rollicking concert of the legendary Faces featuring a high powered performance from Keith Richards, Rod Stewart himself shakin' his booty like there's no tomorrow, and a string section for a little class. Although Rod went on to bigger success, many say his association with Faces was the musical highpoint of his career and this concert is the cinematic proof. Stewart and his Faces group were joined on-stage by Rolling Stones stalwart Keith Richard. For the record, Faces consisted of Ron Wood (guitar) Ian McLaglan (keyboard), future Who member Kenny Jones (drums) and Tetsu Yamauchi (replacing Ronnie Lane on bass).

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  • Rod Stewart - Faces - Keith Richards


  • 10 Reasons Why Keith Richards wanted Ronnie Wood to Replace Mick Taylor


    10 Reasons Why Keith Richards wanted Ronnie Wood to replace Mick Taylor in The Rolling Stones in 76. Ronnie had completed a tour with The Stones in 75 but returned to The Faces out of loyalty to the band members. The Stones continued recording their next album entitled Black & Blue and used hire guns Harvey Mandel & Wayne Perkins on lead guitar - eventually sending out a SOS signal to Ronnie who was encountering problems with The Faces tour. Keith wanted Ronnie in the band not only for his unique guitar style but also for his personality, humor and energy on stage. Ronnie soon became the glue in the band - giving The Stones new revitalized energy. He differed from Keith in one way - he did everything to the extreme and even Mr Richards could not keep up with Ronnie.
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  • Feud Between Elton John & Keith Richards


  • The Faces - Love In Vain - Live 1971


    The Faces play 'Love In Vain' by Robert Johnson with slide guitar by Ronnie Wood using his 'Dan Armstrong Clear'. Recorded on 26th October 1971: London, Paris Theatre. Video upscaled to HD

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  • Guitar Lessons - Kings of Tone - Keith Richards 1



    More Guitar Lessons:

    Kings of Tone examines twelve masters of tone revealing their gear and effects formulas (and how you can emulate same with your own gear) along with their singular approaches to touch and stylistic phrasing.

    While our quest is ultimately about finding our own voice and signature sound, we must first study the masters, just as they studied those who came before them. Kings of Tone dissects the styles, touch, tones, amps, pedals, guitars and setups of Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Billy Gibbons, Dickey Betts, Duane Allman, The Edge, Angus Young, David Gilmour, Keith Richards and Mark Knophler.

    Your Professor of Tone is NYC session player and educator Jeff McErlain, whose standing-room-only workshops on the subject testify to his expertise stemming from years of tone exploration. I hope to demystify the tonal qualities of these twelve players by sharing the insight I've gained over many years studying them and deconstructing their styles, touch and rigs.

  • Love Rocks - ft Keith Richards, Norah Jones ~ Make No Mistake 3-15-18 Beacon Theatre, NYC


    Including Robert Cray, Steve Jordan, Ivan Neville

    The incredible house band for Love Rocks2018 features musical director and spiritual advisor Will Lee - Bass
    Paul Shaffer, - Keys, Steve Gadd - Drums, Shawn Pelton, - Drums
    Eric Krasno - Guitar, Larry Campbell- Guitar and Jeff Young - Keys

    We Deliver Singers:
    Elaine Caswell, Alicia Chackour, Chrissi Poland, Nikki Richards, Mark Rivers, Dennis Collins

    Gods Love Horns:
    Evan Barker, Ron Blake, Joe Fiedler, Aaron Heick, Jim Hynes, Andy Snitzer

  • The Faces - Maybe Im Amazed


    Really rather glorious, this. Rodlington Stewart with Ronnie Lane, Ronnie Wood, Ian McLagan and Kenney Jones tearing the arse out of Macca's 'Maybe I'm Amazed' in 1972. Marvellous as the original is, this really has something to it.

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  • Keith Richards - Friends with The Beatles


    Rolling Stone Keith Richards answers a fan question about his personal relation with The Fab Four. Posted on Keith's website (Ask Keith) around 2003:

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  • Keith Richards on Alice Coopers Sobriety


    Ronnie Wood tells the story of Keith Richard's response to Alice Cooper's sobriety, at the Steel Wheels Tour in Arizona, where Alice Cooper played alongside The Rolling Stones.

    Plus, Alice discusses the impact Arthur Brown's 'Fire (I Am The God Of Hell Fire)' had on him and his band; a song which Ronnie Wood played bass on!

    This clip is taken from The Ronnie Wood Show, an award-winning TV series first broadcast on Sky Arts. Every episode features top artists joining Ronnie for impromptu jamming, lively chat and reminiscing about the wild days of rock'n'roll. 

    Episode 1, Clip 6.



    Little T&A is the fourth song on rock and roll band The Rolling Stones' 1981 album Tattoo You. The song is sung by guitarist Keith Richards.
    Credited to usual Stones scribes Mick Jagger and Richards, Little T&A was largely a Richards composition. He originally began writing the song in the early months of 1979 with the intention of having the song featured on 1980's Emotional Rescue. Left off that album it re-emerged for Tattoo You two years later. The band began reworking the track in mid-1981.
    The song is a straight forward rocker, although Richards claims to have been influenced by rockabilly in his guitar performance. The song opens with a trademark riff from Richards, who performs bass and electric guitars along with Ronnie Wood. Ian Stewart performs piano for the song and Jagger provides backing vocals along with Richards and Wood. Charlie Watts performs drums.
    The lyrics of Little T&A were described by Richards at the time as being about, ...every good time I've had with somebody I'd met for a night or two and never seen again. And also about the shit that sometimes goes down when you just sort of bump into people unknowingly, and not knowing the scene you're walking in on, you know? You pick up a chick and end up spending the night in the tank, you know? The lyrics see Richards bemoan that lifestyle:
    The heat's raiding, the tracks is fading/Joint's rocking, could be anytime at all/But the bitch keep bitching, the snitcher keeps snitching/Dropping names and telephone numbers and all, well.
    The song has a distinctive ending featuring a breakdown of song's riff and beat. While the title of the song is never sung, a frequently repeated chorus: She's my little rock & roll/My tits and ass with soul, baby is featured throughout.
    Performed throughout American Tour 1981, Richards reinstated it to the band's setlist during the 2006 leg of the Stones' A Bigger Bang Tour, when it was played frequently. A live performance captured for the documentary Shine a Light was included on the soundtrack of the same name. As evident on many bootleg recordings, the song was played frequently on Richards' 1988 and 1992 tours with the X-Pensive Winos in support of Talk Is Cheap and Main Offender records. The song played on the soundtrack of the 2012 movie Argo which won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2013.

  • Keith Whitley - When You Say Nothing at All


    When You Say Nothing At All by Keith Whitley
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    The smile on your face let's me know that you need me
    There's a truth in your eyes saying you'll never leave me
    The touch of your hand says you'll catch me wherever I fall
    You say it best
    When you say nothing at all

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  • Keith Richards - Nearness of You


    Track 6 of 11.

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  • The Rolling Stones - Far Away Eyes - OFFICIAL PROMO


    Welcome to Goats Head Soup 2020. Featuring three unheard tracks, sitting alongside an all-new stereo mix of the original 1973 album, plus demos, outtakes, live performances & more.

    Order here including deluxe 4CD & 4LP boxsets:
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  • Keith Richards, Johnny Depp & Friends - Key to the Highway


    Keith Richards on stage with Johnny Depp at the official Rum Diary premiere after party, October 25, 2011

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  • Keith Richards - Under Review


    He's the baddest of them all, the man with at least 9 lives and the most Rock N' Roll performer since the dawn of time -- and we love him for all of it. Keith Richards - Under Review is a 2 hour documentary film which details the life and career of the one man who made it all seem possible.

    Rare and classic musical performances re-assessed by a panel of esteemed experts
    Exclusive interviews, obscure footage and seldom seen photographs
    Contributions from Richards biographers Kris Needs and Alan Clayson, Stones biographer Robert Greenfield, former Stones P.A. Keith Altham, Robert Christgau and Anthony De Curtis from Rolling Stone magazine, celebrity guitar coach Wolf Marshall, original stones member Dick Taylor, ex - Melody Maker journalist Chris Welch, musical collaborator Bernie Worrall and many others
    Footage of and comment on Keith's pivotal influences
    Live and studio recordings of classics such as Satisfaction, Jumping Jack Flash, Brown Sugar, Tumbling Dice, Start Me Up and many others

  • Take It So Hard / Keith Richards & X-Pensive Winos


    Keith Richards & X-Pensive Winos

  • The Faces & Keith Richards - England December 23, 1974


    The Faces with Keith Richards at Kilburn State Theatre on December 23, 1974. This 1975 broadcast comes from U.S. television.
    Songs played:
    1. Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller
    2. You Wear It Well/Maggie May
    3. Bring It On Home To Me/You Send Me
    4. We’ll Meet Again

  • The Faces with Keith Richards, Ron Wood, Sweet Little Rock and Roller


    Faces à son sommet, Rod Stewart accompagné de Keith Richards et Ronnie Wood

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  • Keith Richards joins The Faces on DUST MY BROOM


    Keith joins The Faces on DUST MY BROOM (Kilburn State Gaumont Theatre, London, England, Dec. 23 1974)

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  • Ronnie Wood , Keith Richards , Rod Stewart- Mystifies Me- 1974


    Live from Kilburn, Andy Newmark -drums; Willie Weeks-bass; Ian McLagan- keyboards, and of course ,ronnie ,keith and rod.....

  • The Changing Faces of Keith Richards


    See how Keith Richards' face has changed over the years.



    From The Faces final concert

  • The Faces - Documentary interview from 1970


    The Faces from 1970.

  • Rolling Stones, Keith Richards & Jerry Lee Lewis “Little Queenie” Duet + Mick Fleetwood on Drums 83


    Rock legends Keith Richards and The Killer Jerry Lee Lewis swap vocals on the Chuck berry Classic tune, Little Queenie on July 16th, 1983 in a television studio in Los Angeles, CA.
    Fleetwood Mac founding member, Mick Fleetwood, does an amazing job on drums.
    There is is an overload of talent per square foot on this stage!!
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  • Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards, Rod Stewart-1974 - Take a look at the guy


    The usual suspects live from Kilburn ,performing take a look at the guy
    Andy Newmark -drums
    Willie Weeks - bass
    Ian McLagan - keyboards
    Ronnie Wood -guitar and vocals
    Keith Richards-Guitar
    Rod Stewart - vocals

  • Keith Richards And Ronnie Woods Jamming


    Keith Richards And Ronnie Woods Jamming

  • New Faces


    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    New Faces (Remastered) · The Rolling Stones

    Voodoo Lounge

    ℗ 1994 Promotone B.V., under exclusive licence to Universal International Music B.V.

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Associated Performer, Vocals, Guitar: Mick Jagger
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals: Keith Richards
    Associated Performer, Tambourine: Charlie Watts
    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Darryl Jones
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Chuck Leavell
    Associated Performer, Percussion: Luis Jardim
    Associated Performer, Whistle: Frankie Gavin
    Producer: The Glimmer Twins
    Composer Lyricist: Mick Jagger
    Composer Lyricist: Keith Richards

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  • Green Onions - Keith Richards. Johnny Cash, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Little Richard, etc. RnR HOF 1992


    ‘7th Rock’n Roll Hall Of Fame’ induction at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York City, where Keith gave a speech before inducting Leo Fender. Later on he was part of the All Star Band that played classics like 'Green Onions', 'All Along the Watchtower', 'Big River', etc. that night (including Johnny Cash, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck, Little Richard, Neil Young, John Fogerty, The Edge, and many more), Jan. 15 1992

    *Give us a hand and support the ROLLING STONES DATA channel (anything will really help, thanks in advance!) at:

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  • Ronnie Wood , Keith Richards , Rod Stewart -1974 - if you gotta make a fool of somebody


    The First Barbarians performing if you gotta make a fool of somebody live from kilburn. Ian McLagan -- piano, organ ; Andy Newmark -- drums ;
    Willie Weeks -- bass guitar , and im sure you know the other three lads .

  • Happy - Sheryl Crow & Keith Richards - Central Park - 1999


    Happy - Sheryl Crow & Keith Richards

    Central Park 1999

  • Ron Wood with his guitars


    Ronnie Wood shows off his guitars during Licks Tour 2003

  • Ian Mc Lagan - Keith Richards - Truly


    From the 2005' album Here Comes Trouble

    The cover appears two times on the album.
    This is the half of track 16 , unedited version of track 3 .
    The cover already appears on 1979' Troublemaker album.

    Original song :

    Piano/Vocals : Ian Mclagan
    Guitars/Vocals : Ron Wood , Keith Richards
    Drums : Zigaboo Modeliste
    Bass : Stanley Clarke
    Bobby and Darrel Keys on the sax...

    Enjoy !

  • Ronnie Wood , Keith Richards Act Together Live - 1974


    Live from Kilburn, Andy Newmark -drums; Willie Weeks-bass; Ian McLagan- keyboards and Ronnie and Keith performing Act Together , one of my favourite tracks from the show.



    Ronnie Lanes last gig with The Faces in Edmonton, June 4th 1973 .
    I'd Rather Go Blind . The original film recording of this concert suffers a lot from mike drop out, so I thought I would try matching up a much better FM source audio to the video to see if the result was any improvement .

  • Keith Richards - Body Talks - Cologne, Germany, 29-Nov-1992


    Keith Richards & the X-Pensive Winos - Body Talks - Cologne, Germany, 29-Nov-1992

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  • Keith Richards - The Classic 1980 Interview by Kris Needs


    Kris Needs on interviewing Keith Richards for the first time in 1980. From the documentary film Keith Richards - Under Review. Buy the DVD at

  • Keith Richards and Wingless Angels


    The Making of a Jamaican Rasta...

  • Keith Richards - Goin Down


    Performed at Sevilla's Guitar Legends

  • Keith Richards - Talks about Songwriting, Mick Jagger, The Beatles & more - Radio Broadcast 2010


    Keith Richards talks about (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, Songwriting, Life Autobiography, Recording, Choir, Image, The Beatles, Andrew Oldham, Tears Go By (track), Fans, Under My Thumb (track), Altamont and Mick Jagger.

    Interviewed By: Terry Gross

  • Barbarians/Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood & Keith Richards


    The First Barbarians Live from Kilburn London 1974
    Ronnie Wood & Keith Richards (vocals/guitar)I Can Feel the FIre

    Rod Stewart vocals Take a Look at the guy
    Ronnie Wood (vocals/guitar)
    Keith Richards - guitar
    Andy Newmark - drums
    Willie Weeks - bass

  • Ron Wood , Keith Richards- The First Barbarians - 1974- Crotch Music


    The lads performing the instrumental crotch music at kilburn . check out wiliie weeks on base , amazing! actually an amazing band period ! ronnie and keith guitar and vocals; willie weeks bass; andy newmark drums,and ian mclagan on keyboards.

  • Keith Richards - I Could Have Stood You Up


    Keith Richards and The X-Pensive Winos play live - I Could Have Stood You Up

  • Ronnie Wood recalls living with Jimi Hendrix


    Ronnie Wood reminisces about his time as Jimi Hendrix's flatmate in Holland Park, where he'd play guitar both left and right handed, and reveals Jimi's embarrassment over his own voice.

    Ronnie also recalls the last time he ever saw the guitar legend leaving Ronnie Scott's in London.

    This clip is taken from The Ronnie Wood Show, an award-winning TV series first broadcast on Sky Arts. Every episode features top artists joining Ronnie for impromptu jamming, lively chat and reminiscing about the wild days of rock'n'roll. 

    Episode 6, Clip 1.

  • Keith Richards #shorts


  • Keith Richards in the 70s


    sound Live 76 Paris, Keef´s guitar part is as bright as it is bruising, the lyrics are pure street-fighting bravado, and the vocals sound like he's shouting up the stairs from the devil's wine cellar...

  • First Barbarians - Mystifies Me


    Recorded on July 14, 1974 at one of two performances at London's Kilburn Gaumont State Theatre. Wood is joined by Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, Small Faces/Faces keyboardist Ian McLagan along with session musicians Willie Weeks (bass) and Andy Newmark (drums). Also features a guest appearance from the Faces' vocalist Rod Stewart.

  • Keith Richards - Somethin Else


    Performed at Sevilla's Guitar Legends.

  • Rockpile with Keith Richards ~ Let It Rock.


    Rockpile with Keith Richards ~ Let It Rock. (written by Chuck Berry)
    Live At The Bottom Line New York 1978

    Rockpile were a British rock and roll group of the late 1970s and early 1980s, noted for their strong rockabilly and power pop influences, and as a foundational influence on new wave. The band consisted of Dave Edmunds (vocals, guitar), Nick Lowe (vocals, bass guitar), Billy Bremner (vocals, guitar) and Terry Williams (drums).



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