Happy Birthday Keith Richards. ‘Keith On My List’

This day (December 18, 1943), in Dartford, Kent, England, is born Keith Richards, English guitarist, singer-songwriter, co-founder of The The Rolling Stones

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Happy Birthday Keith Richards. ‘Keith On My List’

Tracklist :

Around & Around (w/ The The Rolling Stones, 1964) . Mick Jagger & Keith Richards sing The Stones and The Beatles (1965) . Get Off of My Cloud (w/ The The Rolling Stones, (1967) . Jumpin’ Jack Flash (w/ The The Rolling Stones, MSG, New York, 1969) . Brown Sugar (w/ The The Rolling Stones, Marquee Club, 1971) . Happy (w/ The The Rolling Stones, 1972) . Street Fighting Man (w/ The The Rolling Stones, 1973) . I can feel the fire (w/ Ron Wood & Rod Stewart, Kilburn, 1974) . Rip This Joint (w/ The The Rolling Stones, LA Forum,1975) . Dance Little Sister (w/ The The Rolling Stones, 1977) . Shattered (w/ The The Rolling Stones, Texas, 1978) . Before They Make Me Run (w/ New Barbarians, 1979) . Let’s Spend The Night Together (w/ The The Rolling Stones, Leeds Roundhay Park 1982) . Little Queenie (w/ Jerry Lee Lewis, 1983) . Live Aid (w/ Bob Dylan & Ron Wood, 1985) . Sleep Tonight live (1986) . Blue Suede Shoes (w/ Carl Perkins & B.B. King, 1987) . Locked Away (1988) . Make No Mistake (1989) . Paint It Black (w/ The The Rolling Stones, 1990) . Going Down (Guitar Legends Festival, 1991) . Yap Yap (Cologne, Germany, 1992) . Gimme Shelter (Boston, 1993) . You Got Me Rocking (w/ The The Rolling Stones) . Jamaica (w/ Wingless Angels, 1995) . Satisfaction (w/ The The Rolling Stones, 1996) . All About You (w/ The The Rolling Stones, 1997) . I Wanna Hold You (1998) . Dead flowers (w/ Willie Nelson, Nashville, 2002) . Love Hurts (w/ Norah Jones, 2004) . Learning The Game (w/ The The Rolling Stones) . Only Found Out Yesterday (Beacon Theatre, NYC, 2006) . You got the silver (w/ Ron Wood, 2007) . Peggy Sue / Not Fade Away (w/ The Crickets, 2008) . Rehearsing (w/ James Cotton) . Slipping Away (w/ The The Rolling Stones & Mick Taylor, Tokyo, 2014) . Honky-Tonk Women (w/ Mick Jagger, 2016) . Ride ‘Em On Down (w/ The The Rolling Stones) .

Tracklist :

Paint It Black . Sympathy for the Devil . Gimme Shelter . (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction . Brown Sugar . Ruby Tuesday . Happy . Street Fighting Man . Start Me Up . Honky Tonk Women .

SELECTED ALBUMS

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Dirty Work’ feat. ‘Harlem Shuffle’ is their eighteenth British (and twentieth American) studio album released on March 24, 1986 by The Rolling Stones/Columbia Records. >>

Exile on Main St. by The The Rolling Stones is their tenth British and thirteenth American studio album released on May 12, 1972. >>

Black and Blue by The The Rolling Stones is their thirteenth British and fifteenth American studio album released on April 23 , 1976. >>

Sticky Fingers by The The Rolling Stones is their ninth British and eleventh American studio album released on April 23, 1971. >>

The The Rolling Stones is their debut eponymous album released on April 16 1964. >>

The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Their Satanic Majesties Request’ feat. ‘She’s a Rainbow’ is their sixth studio album released on December 8, 1967 by Decca / London Records. >>

‘Blue & Lonesome’ by The The Rolling Stones is their twenty third (British) album featuring only cover versions of blues songs. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Voodoo Lounge’ is their twentieth (their first in five years and their first without Bill Wyman) studio album released on July 11, 1994 by Virgin Records. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Between the Buttons’ feat. ‘Ruby Tuesday’ & ‘Let’s Spend the Night Together’ is their fifth studio album, released on January 20, 1967 by Decca. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Let It Bleed’ is their eighth album (the last with Brian Jones and the first with Mick Taylor) released on December 5, 1969 by Decca / London Records. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Stripped’ is an album mixing live (in small venues) and studio (acoustic) recordings and released on November 13, 1995 by Virgin. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll’ is their twelfth studio album (their last with Mick Taylor) released on October 18 , 1974 by The Rolling Stones Records. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘A Bigger Bang’ is their twenty second studio album co-produced with Don Was and released on September 6, 2005 by Virgin Records >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!’ is a live album recorded on th US East Coast in November 1969 and released on September 4, 1970 by Decca / London Records >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Tattoo You’ feat. ‘Start Me Up’ is their sixteentth studio album released on August 24,1981 by The Rolling Stones Records. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ Emotional Rescue feat. She’s So Cold is their fifteenth studio album, released on June 20,1980. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Some Girls’ feat. ‘Miss You’ and ‘Beast of Burden’ is their fourteenth (British) studio album released on June 9, 1978 by The Rolling Stones Records. >>

Still Life by the The Rolling Stones is a live album recorded during the band’s American Tour 1981 and released on June 1, 1982. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘December’s Children (And Everybody’s)’ feat. As Tears Go By is their fifth (American) studio album produced by Andrew Loog Oldham and released on December 1965 by London Records. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ’12 X 5’ feat. Around and Around Time Is on My Side is their second American album released on October 17 , 1964 by London Decca / Abkco. >>

The The Rolling Stones ‘Goats Head Soup’ feat. ‘Angie’ is their eleventh studio album fully written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards and released on August 31, 1973 by The Rolling Stones Records. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Beggars Banquet’ is their seventh studio album produced by Jimmy Miller and released on December 6, 1968 by Decca Records. >>

The The Rolling Stones ‘ ‘Undercover’ is their seventeenth studio album released on November 7,1983 by The Rolling Stones Records. >>

The The Rolling Stones ‘ ‘Steel Wheels’ is their nineteenth studio album (the last with Bill Wyman) released on August 1989 29, 1989 by The Rolling Stones/Columbia. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Aftermath’ feat. ‘Lady Jane’ & ‘Under My Thumb’ is their fourth (sixth in America‘ studio album released on April 15, 1966 by Decca. >>

The The Rolling Stones ‘Now!’ feat. ‘Heart of Stone’ and ‘Little Red Rooster’ is their third American studio album released on February 13, 1965 by London Records. >>

The The Rolling Stones‘ ‘Bridges to Babylon’ is their twenty first studio album co-produced with Don Was and released on September 29, 1997 by Virgin Records. >>

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Wikipedia : This day (December 18, 1943), in Dartford, Kent, England, is born Keith Richards, English guitarist, singer-songwriter, co-founder of The The Rolling Stones

Keith Richards Official Site :

@allmusic : he epitomized guitar-hero cool as the quiet, stoic alter ego to Mick Jagger‘s extroverted frontman, a widely imitated image made all the more fascinating by his tightrope-walking hedonism.

@last.fm : He was first known to the public as Keith Richard because Andrew Loog Oldham, the first manager of the Stones, removed the s to resemble the name of popstar Cliff Richard

@Discogs :

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