Not always credited with such, Mick Jagger has been equally as pivotal to the Rolling Stones as his songwriting partner and bandmate for almost 50 years. The difference in style, character and philosophy between Mick and Keith make for probably the greatest union, albeit often far from the most harmonious in the history of popular music.

This documentary, The Roaring 20’s Mick Jagger Glory Years concentrates mostly on Mick Jagger’s life and career both within and without the Rolling Stones when he was in his twenties, the same period that for most fans was the band’s heyday, during which they produced music of quite staggering quality.

Features included in this DVD are:

*Live and studio recordings of the finest tracks from this period
*Rare footage, archive interviews with Mick and seldom seen photographs.
*Exclusive contributions from some of Mick’s closest collaborators, friends and colleagues.
*Location shoots, news-clips, bonus material and lots more besides
*Features classics such as: The Last Time, As Tears Go By, We Love You, Jumping Jack Flash, Street Fighting Man, Sympathy For The Devil, Memo From Turner and many others
*Extras include extended interviews, illustrated contributor biographies and beyond DVD section.

If you are a Mick Jagger fan and would like to learn more about him then you will like this DVD, The Roaring 20’s Mick Jaggar Glory Years. If you would like your own copy just click on the Amazon link above and order it.

Jan Barrett

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