Rankin/RollingStones.comThe Rolling Stones have posted a new video online that captures Mick Jagger and Keith Richards during their recent visit to the new London photo exhibit celebrating the band's 50th anniversary. The three-and-a-half-minute clip shows the legendary rockers looking at and commenting on various images taken from throughout the group's half-century career.
Among the amusing moments featured in the video is Jagger talking about the stars featured in a still from The Stones' 1968 TV special Rock and Roll Circus that features John Lennon, Yoko Ono and members of The Who.
Both Mick and Keith are shown reacting to an aerial shot of the impressive stage during The Stones' halftime performance at the 2006 Super Bowl.
"Ah, it's amazing. I never see the stuff like this," declares Richards about the image. "This is a place of work, yeah."
Jagger, meanwhile, offers his recollection of the gig, noting, "We were the first band to play [the halftime show] actually live, 'cause most people did it with backing tracks, which is a really sensible idea. Wish we had!"
Later on, Jagger is seen looking at an early pic of the band surrounded by onlookers on a New York City street. The singer says the photo was taken outside of the Astor Hotel during the band's first trip to the Big Apple. He notes, "You see the people were more curious than enthusiastic. You see the people looking at us like, 'Huh? Who are these people?'"
The Rolling Stones: 50 exhibit will run until August 27 at London's Somerset House art space.
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