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Rolling Stones - Mick Vs. Keith: The Strange Case Of Jagger & Richards (2012)

Rolling Stones  |  NR |  DVD
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  • Actors: Rolling Stones
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Stereo)
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • DVD Release Date: February 19, 2013
  • Run Time: 224 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00A8MBQ6C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #335,890 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Although the Rolling Stones have clocked up 50 years together, Jagger and Richards have had to tolerate each other a fair bit longer than that. This two disc set takes a unique and previously uncharted look at the relationship and music produced by Mick & Keith during this near lifetime of close association, and in so doing, reveals much about one of the most curious partnership of the rock age.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Mick V Keef? Or is it; Mick & Keef? March 29, 2013
Marriages, boyfriends and girlfriends may come and go, but at least when it comes to The Rolling Stones, band mates appear to be forever. Singer Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards are arguably the best creative duo in rock history and have known each other for six decades now. Sometimes they have gotten along swimmingly. And other times less so, particularly when Richards' past of drug abuse and Jagger's aspirations of a solo career increased tension among the two. The Jagger-Richards history is explored in the appropriately titled Mick vs. Keith: The Strange Case of Jagger & Richards, a look at their respective histories.

To save any confusion this is a packaged set of two previous documentaries, rel3ased a number of years ago, on the two musicians, specifically The Roaring 20s, which examines Jagger's influences and work during that period in his life (i.e. his 20s), and Keith Richards Under Review, which looks at Richards from his youth to present day on a much longer arc.

There are two keys when it comes to unauthorized documentaries like this, the first is that the lack of participation by the subjects themselves may be cause for concern, but don't forget many great music docs are made about performers and musicians who have passed on, when only archive interviews and footage is available. This is the case here, Jagger and Richards are represented only by archive material but for me this doesn't cause any loss of enjoyment, and, having an independent palette, at least the producers are free to have whoever they wish included and not to have to worry about 'final cuts' (often a by word for censorship) by the management.

But the other more important key is how familiar one may be with the subject is likely how entertaining that may find said documentaries.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Four hours very well spent March 19, 2013
This two disc box set provides almost four hours of very satisfying wallowing in reminiscence, criticism, adulation, and scandal.

First of all, the Rolling Stones LPs prior to Satanic Majesties' Request, as good as they were, were just warm-ups for the real flowering of the composers themselves. Yeah, yeah, yeah, Satisfaction, Little Red Rooster, and etc. were very good songs, and I have all the early slabs (in fact, the entire Stones catalogue, period; how could one do without them?), but Satanic, as much it tends to be cast into critical limbo, was where the ensemble finally caught up to itself, figuring out how to produce truly original work. Though Jagger pooh-poohs the release, the Brit crits presented in abundance here tend to dismiss his dismissals, as do I, and recognize the LP as a very good fish out of water that immediately led into the amazing Beggar's Banquet, arguably their finest hour...and there's plenty of dissent on that too.

Satanic was almost, if not in fact, progrock and a response to Sgt. Pepper's, the Moody Blues, and other farflung efforts of the time. Sure, the Stones weren't flower-power hippies, but they were remarkable rock and rollers, and, within their métier or not, the LP is undeniably powerful, fanciful, hypnotic, and compelling. Then the lads rolled up their sleeves and really got to work, thus the powerhouses: Beggar's, Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main St., and so on, afterwards falling back down the ladder but still capable of far better fare than, say, The Who in their mostly horrid later pap, Face Dances and beyond.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nice Two - Fer November 29, 2013
Contains 2 individual films one about Mick & one about Keef Both are enticing and entertaining and at about 3 hours overall which for this reviewer kept the attention and proved worthwhile throughout is asset worth investing in for Stones fans everywhere. No brand new interviews with either of the subjects unfortunately but plenty of archive footage both live and interview, and decent contributors throughout.
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars OLD STUFF NEW PACKED February 21, 2013
I was looking forward to see 2 new DVDs upon title seemed to be interesting Mick vs Keith - When i umpacked the box DVD about Keith is UNDER REVIEW which was sold as single DVD since 2007 and the one about Jagger is The Roaring 20s Glory Years back from 2011 also sold as a single DVD - both single DVDs are good so far but the package leads to think, that it is something very new - NOTHING NEW, NOT AS ADVERTISED from 2013 !!! Quite a Rip Off, quickly returned the set as i owned both DVDs already - OLD STUFF NEW PACKED - THANKS A LOT !!!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Mick Vs.Keith February 26, 2013
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DO NOT purchase this item. It's a ripe off and this is why. KEITHY RICHARDS UNDER REVIEW is the same video as Keith Richards the Human Riff. The second DVD is The Roaring 20's. I don't know if Amazon knows what is going or not, but they need to be if it's being sold on !!!!

Under whaT Makes a good review, what I would like to have wanted to know; it would have been these 2 disk were repackaged under a new title and sold as if was new.
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