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Rolling Stones - Rocks Off (1972)

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Published on Oct 24, 2009

Edited by Nuno Monteiro 2009. Super 8 footage shot by Robert Frank of The Rolling Stones in LA and NY, 1971. Rephotographed by Frank for the cover of 'Exile On Main Street.

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gd73
This song should be the kickoff to every weekend.
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Tim Huguet
Everyone talks about Brown Sugar, Satisfaction, Jumping Jack Flash etc etc but this my friends, THIS is the greatest Rolling Stones song in the entire damn catalogue. It's just an absolute blitzkrieg of Rock 'n Roll heaven, a 4 minute and 33 second explosion of pure bliss. For some inexplicable reason, they have never properly been able to re-create Rocks Off live, then or now, and nor have they been able to reach this zenith in the studio since. What's it about? Who bloody knows, but one thing for damn sure, it could not have been made sober!! Long live the Boys!! EXILE forever baby!!!!! 
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Mike Hand
Rolling Stones - Rocks Off ( 1972 )  This is one great song so underrated and one of there best songs !!
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Nun Ya
Few things in life kick ass like this song. "The sunshine bores the daylights out of me".
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condor67
getting my rocks off listening to this masterpiece
Ed
Brilliant video. It's like the album cover coming to life. It just needed the guy with three oranges in his mouth.
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Michael S Pastorius
The Stones have always been cool, but never, never cooler than they were in the early '70s. Then Mick Taylor left. And their cool level dropped exponentially.
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James Brown
Grew up listening to the Stones and I've never found a band that I like more! 23 now and I plan on playin their music until the day I die, then hopefully someone plays it at my funeral.
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Jeff Smith
Bobby Keyes blowing his brains out on sax,well done Bobby...
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robert glenn
Great video....never knew it existed...One of the Stone's best work.
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