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Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas • 84

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Corpus Christi Caller-Times Sun June 19 1966 3G mg Sounds This list Is published through the courtesy of Sta tios KEYS 1114 Survey of local record favorites: 1 LU Red Riding Hood 2 Louie Louie Did You Ever 4 Paperback Writer-IUin 5 and Grandmother 6 Street Dreams 7 likes a Man laives a Woman Sam the Sham Kingsmen Lovin' Spoonful Beatles Dickie Goodman Tommy McLain Percy Sledge Simon A Garfunket Billy Joe Royal Don Cherry Jan A Dean 9 I Am Rock 9 Desire 19 1 Love Yon Drops 11 Popsiele Gyrkle Gary Leals Four More Mindbenders 12 Red Rubber Ball IS Green Gram 14 Don't Give Up Hope 15 Groovy Kind of Love THE ROLLING STONES SWINGING TO OWN TYPE BEAT pop music group soon to begin fifth American concert tour Rolling Stones Shades of Blue Ray Charles Commands Mamas A Papas Swingin' Medallions James Brown Robert Parker Hondells-Critters Troggs Four Seasons Pozo Seco Supremcs Crispin St Peters Righteous Bros 14 Paint It Black 17 Oh How Happy 15 Go Get Stonfd 19 No Time for You 29 Monday Monday 21 Double Shot 22 It's a World 23 Bare footin' 21 Younger Girl 2S Wild Thing 24 Opns 17 27 Be Gone 28 an Itching 29 Pled Piper 99 He Will Break-lie Rolling Stones All For Changes Lead Singer Jaggcr Ascribes New Interest of Teens To British Influx of Music Groups Awakened FIVE COMERS Idols Who Look As Well As Act Hip Johnny Sea Tommy Roe Syndicate of Sound Joe Simon Lou Christie 1 Day of Decision 2 Sweet Pea 9 Little Girl 4 Teenage Prayer 5 Painter TOP 20 NATIONALLY The leading 21 tunes Is the cssstry far the week frsm a eross-aalioa survey by The Aeelatrd Press: JAGGER SAYS the Stones are tired of stories which emphasize their scruffy appearance and bad maimers used to do the things everyone does say what we think drop a biscuit on the floor and not pick It up be rude back if people are rude The kids used to love itKv-eryone thought we did it on purpose for the stories we didn't like the papers writing nasty things about us They wrote we were filthy and dirty It still hangs a in America It's such a Jagger says he knows the Stones could combat the stones with neatness but he says cuts were never popular in England and putting grease in your hair And we can't be bothered to dress alike We had jackets alil once It was a big drag carrying them THE ROLLING Stones hare two gold records in the United Stales the single written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richard and the LP of Our both on London Records In England their biggest hit has been All Over The group made its fourth American tour last fall setting off the usual fan riots They are now planning a fifth Keith Richard suffered the most mishaps his passport in Montreal being hit in the head by a thrown flashbulb on stage in Rochester NY and collapsing on stage foil wing a shock from his electric guitar hi Sacramento The Rolling Stones returned to the United States for the Ed Sullivan show in February and filmed their first feature movie Behind and in to April Mk-k Jagger and Keith Richard wrote the songs fur the film By MARY CAMPBELL AP Newsfeatures Writer MICK AGGER lead singer of the Rolling Stones thinks US teens have become much less conventional in the past two years and all for the change we first came here in 1K4 the kids wanted to be what everyone wanted them to says the British rhythm and blues singer pop singers were all Americans The kids didn't look anywhere else for anything They were all satisfied by convention They gave each other rings They never thought about whether politically anything was right or wrong I'm saying this is an attitude which Is lilind walking around without thinking SOME of them are Interested In Viet Nam because they think it is hip to he But from an interest which Is false they might really get interested in something Why did American teens change? Jag-ger says he doesn't know then answers the question as it applies to musical tastes groups started coming and they started liking them American things had gotten crumbv because they'd gone on too long When the Beatles first came here they used to act like everyone else Instead of like dolls They're still Idols because the kids took them in dose The Beatles corresponded with them more than the people did who dated Annette in JAGGER SAYS the Stones made their reputation in England about the time the Beatles already popular there were making their reputation in America Slones Rolling Toward Houston The Rolling Stones will appear In the Coliseum in Houston July 11 as part of their fifth American tour The British hitmaken wiU begin a month of one-nighters at the end of June with the gross expected to exceed last autumn's by about 1 million Their new record It was No II on the KEYS survey of local favorites last week and first in the United States on a national survey were formed before they made a record I ut they had made three records before we first made a record lot of Americans think we imitate the Beatles But they weren't the first with long hair Hip people had hair like this for five or 10 years And soundwise we were different our sound has got closer but not on purpose Our Last and the Feel Fine are similar but nobody was copying They were both done months before they were released of us (Jagger Brian Jones and Keith Richard who are single and Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts who are married) are very good singers good singers I think our guys play better ln-strumentally We never concentrated on singing They sang harmony two years before they made a record We just used to plav blues We took our name from Rolling Stone Blues.

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