The ninth StonesTest™ challenges you to identify specific tracks from a variety of clues.
John Lennon told Keith his guitar solo sucked. Springsteen says it is brilliant. Chuck Berry loved the update of his sound.
The guitar-shredding version of “Just My Imagination” thrashes the beautiful-dreamer, rose-colored classic by The Temptations.
The drug-soaked year of 1971 whipped up a frenzy in Jagger’s voice as he chases a girl as hip and high as he is.
A tangle of eastern and western music coupled with African dance and drum rhythms and a tale often told.
“Let’s think of the wavering millions who need leading but get gamblers instead.” Some songs grow truer and truer.
Apocalyptic in its vision and epic in scope, “Sympathy” is a raucous, primal masterpiece.
“Dead Flowers” stands at the intersection where the British Invasion meets Bakersfield (the epicenter of West Coast country music).
The ultimate point behind the song? A guy who can’t get laid no matter how hard he tries. And he tries, and he tries!
The eighth StonesTest™ assesses your overall knowledge of “the World’s Greatest Rock-n-Roll Band.”
The seventh StonesTest™ plumbs the depths of your lyric knowledge. If you know every word to every Stones’ tune, you’ll do just fine.
The sixth installment of the StonesTest™ takes on the raunchy, drug-addled 1972 double album, Exile On Main St.
The fifth StonesTest™ focuses on the band’s brilliant 1969 album, Let It Bleed.
The fourth StonesTest™ focuses on the wild, reckless days of the 1970s when the band produced some of its finest material.
The third StonesTest™ centers on the Eighth Wonder of the World, Keith Richards – the gloriously tattered soul of the World’s Greatest Rock-n-Roll Band.
Hear back-to-back solos from two of the most uniquely talented guitarists of our time.
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Don’t miss Jack White on his 37-stop tour, promoting his second solo album, Lazaretto. He’s on the road June 25-Nov. 19.
The Eagles soar into a venue near you, May 2014-March 2015. Get your mirrors on the ceiling and pink champagne on ice.