Stones in Exile

Stones in Exile

Director: Stephen Kijak Cast: The Rolling Stones

DVD (Widescreen / Dolby Digital Stereo)

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In the spring of 1971, the Rolling Stones reluctantly departed the UK to take up residence in France. Keith Richards settled at a villa called Nellcôte in Villefranche-sur-Mer, which became the venue for the recording of much of the band’s masterpiece "Exile On Main Street." The feature-length documentary Stones In Exile tells the story in the band’s own words and through extensive archive footage of their time away from England and the creation of this extraordinary double album, which many regard as the Rolling Stones’ finest achievement. Bonus features include extensive additional footage including interviews with all the band members.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/21/2010
UPC: 0801213030699
Original Release: 2010
Source: Eagle Rock Ent
Region Code: 0
Time: 2:25:00
Sales rank: 24,915

Special Features

Extensive additional footage including interviews with all the band members, footage from "Cocksucker Blues", and Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts returning to Olympic Studios and Jagger’s country house Stargroves where a lot of the early work on the album was done.

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Rolling Stones: Stones in Exile
1. Sign of the Times [1:37]
2. Stones Roll out [7:01]
3. Riviera [7:42]
4. The Tribe [4:30]
5. Keith's Basement Jam [5:50]
6. Roots [7:21]
7. Late and Loud [5:15]
8. La Dolce Vita [8:50]
9. Sunset Sounds [5:46]
10. Stones Roll in [3:59]
11. How Good Does It Get? [2:47]
1. Keith Richards [8:24]
2. Bill Wyman [6:55]
3. Mick Taylor [2:45]
4. Anita Pallenberg [6:15]
5. Charlie Watts [5:57]
6. Ronnie Word [3:08]

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Stones in Exile 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Hometownulysses More than 1 year ago
This documentary is a good portrait of The Stones during an important time in their career. It focuses on the reasons the Stones had to leave, their reactions to the news and the experience of living and working in southern France. That being said, I felt the documentary really brushed over the recording process and the songs themselves to be anything other than introductory. I wanted to know more about the writing process, more about the recording process, more about the actual creation of this album versus the side stories of who and what they were doing while working on the album. The length also is a little too short and may explain why those things are addressed more fully.