Jean-Luc Godard hat 1968 in London for his documentary Sympathy for the Devil (or One Plus One) the Rolling Stones in their photographs of „Sympathy for the Devil“ accompanied with the camera. Without being the biggest fan of the World Stones, I find these recordings yet somehow impressive. That's just a huge part of music history, where you can watch the emergence here…
„Stoned“ ist ein Film über Aufstieg und Fall des legendären Gründers der Rolling Stones. Brian Jones, one of the greatest guitarists and rock visionaries of his time, was the icon of a generation, the sex, Drugs and rock music coined a new lifestyle. Nach den ersten Erfolgen mit den Stones zieht sich Brian Jones zunehmend auf sein Landhaus zurück und taucht in psychedelische Räusche und erotische Exzesse ab. Only companion at this time is the honest architect Frank Thorogood, to Jones an exceptional, between admiration and humiliation back and forth swinging relationship builds, until he finally 1969 drowned under mysterious circumstances in their own swimming pool. „Stoned“ focuses on the last months in the life of Brian Jones and thereby provides a fascinating, intoxicating portrait of the charismatic musician and wild departure Years of Rock'n'Roll.
Beautiful Short Film, showing the Stones, as „Sympathy for the Devil“ import record and. Snip von Youtube:
sympathy for the devil is also the title of a producer’s edit of a 1968 film by jean-luc godard whose own original version is called one plus one. the film, a depiction of the late 1960s american counterculture, also featured the rolling stones in the process of recording the song in the studio.