The first documentary about the Rolling Stones’ founder, BRIAN JONES.
ROLLING STONE: LIFE AND DEATH OF BRIAN JONES (2019, 98min) "offers a fascinating look into the short, tragic, meteoric life of the man who pretty much singlehandedly created the image of Ye Classic English Rockstar —a musical wunderkind, androgynous, decadent, dressed to the nines. Jones went out not in a blaze of glory but in a soggy, drug-besotted haze, done in by the very Dionysian forces he helped summon up and unleash.The official cause of his demise—according to the British coroner, “Death by Misadventure” (drowning supposedly due to an asthma attack)—is pretty well debunked here in this excellent new documentary, which contains much in the way of trenchant interviews and some new information about the Great God Brian. His body was found in the swimming pool of his Cotchford Farm estate, A.A. Milne’s old joint in the East Sussex countryside, where Brian had semi-retired for the nonce to lick his wounds after being set up for several drug busts and kicked out of the Stones"….continue reading https://pleasekillme.com/life-death-brian-jones/
"This unique visual and aural presentation must be considered one of the most creative Stones-related projects to ever be released. More than just a documentary, this film offers a deep glimpse inside one of the most brilliant, yet troubled lives of any artist to emerge in the 60s.” - IT’S PSYCHEDELIC BABY MAGAZINE