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It's December 1969 and a young Mick Jagger announces a free outdoor show that some believe will be the Woodstock of the West. But things don't go as planned, the consequences of which will be felt for decades to come.
Series III and IV of this collection contain correspondence and audiovisual materials documenting the Stones during Collins' time as an executive at Rolling Stones Records and beyond, as Collins followed their career.
Series I, III, IV, and V of this collection contain materials on the Rolling Stones, including album artwork, clippings, ephemera, photographs, and documents relating to albums Sticky Fingers , Exile on Main Street, Goat Head's Soup, Made in the Shade, and Black and Blue, among others.
Series I, II, and III of this collection contain materials related to Rolling Stones' album artwork, photographs, press releases, tour itineraries and programs. Series II contains documents from Alvenia Bridges, executive production assistant for the live concert film Let’s Spend the Night Together; while Series III contains documents from Rolling Stones Records executive Art Collins, 1975-1981. Series V, VI, and VII of the collection also contain Rolling Stones materials, including audio, video, photographs, posters, and press releases.
The Rolling Stones Interview: Toronto Phoenix Live 2005