Brian Jones / Rollin' Stone. R.I.P.. Gründer der Rolling Stones, Ausgestossener der Rolling Stones, rücksichtsloser Kontrolleur, hilfloser Passagier. Der Tod von Brian Jones wirft bis heute viele Fragen auf. Wie konnte es zu der Tragödie kommen – und was geschah in der Nacht des 3. Am 3. Juli jährt sich sein Todestag zum Mal: Brian Jones, legendärer Lead-Gitarrist der Rolling Stones und außerdem derjenige, der.
5 Wahrheiten über Brian JonesDer Tod von Brian Jones wirft bis heute viele Fragen auf. Wie konnte es zu der Tragödie kommen – und was geschah in der Nacht des 3. Am 3. Juli jährt sich sein Todestag zum Mal: Brian Jones, legendärer Lead-Gitarrist der Rolling Stones und außerdem derjenige, der. Lewis Brian Hopkin Jones war ein britischer Musiker. Als Leadgitarrist war er eines der Gründungsmitglieder von The Rolling Stones.
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If it weren't for my father, Mick Jagger would be an accountant somewhere. Frontman Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards took over the group's musical direction as Jones's role started to fade in the years that followed.
Because of his problems with drugs and alcohol, his performance in the studio became increasingly unreliable. Jones's relationship with Rolling Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham also deteriorated as the band was steered away from its blues roots.
The founding member was asked to leave the band in and died less than a month later, joining the infamous "27 Club" of musicians who died at the same age.
His Swedish girlfriend Anna Wohlin was convinced he was still alive when he was taken out of the pool, insisting that he still had a pulse.
Fitzharris said she drew her own conclusions, which will be revealed in the episode. And especially someone who seemed to have it all.
He had all this fame and everything was going for him. The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Jones may have been intentionally drowned. Both left legacies which influence artists to this very day. The same can be said of the lingering questions.
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards wrote the songs, but Jones brought them together. Conspiracy theories vary from alleged ties to Princess Margaret to lingering gossip about satanic sacrifice.
A self-taught multi-instrumentalist from a musical family, Brian sometimes played under the name Elmo Lewis. He started a group called the Roosters with Paul Jones, who would go on to put the doo wahs to the diddy-diddies as the singer of the Manfred Mann Earth Band.
When Brian left, he was replaced by budding guitar legend Eric Clapton. By , the jazz-influenced drummer Charlie Watts laid down beats Bill Wyman walked over on a homemade bass.
Stu, looking too old to roll with the mod rockers, boogied in the background. Ad — content continues below.
Brian was a notorious blues purist who had nothing but disdain for pop music. Keith thought guitar leads reached their pinnacle when Chuck Berry duck-walked his Gibson across a stage.
It was the last single the band put out before Mick and Keith were jailed and featured Lennon and McCartney on backing vocals.
Most sources say Brian became self and over-indulgent, retreating from the other Stones in the studio, but he indulged in some prime time extracurricular pleasures.
Jones was not a natural songwriter. According to the other Stones, he started countless pieces, but never presented the band with a finished song.
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Brian Jones was drug addled mess by the time he exited the Stones in He estranged himself from the rest of the band by passing out during recording sessions for BEGGARS BANQUET.
By the time they started LET IT BLEED, he was incapable of playing instruments. The Stones had no choice but to send him home permanently. His talent was destroyed by drug addiction.
Brian had quit the pills and was only drinking a little — something his autopsy findings substantiated. According to Dick Hattrell, a childhood friend: "He was a rebel without a cause, but when examinations came he was brilliant.
Both Jones's parents were interested in music: his father, Lewis, was a piano teacher in addition to his job as an aeronautical engineer , and his mother, Louisa, played piano and organ and led the choir at the local church.
In , Jones first heard Cannonball Adderley 's music; this inspired his interest in jazz. Jones persuaded his parents to buy him a saxophone and two years later his parents gave him his first acoustic guitar as a 17th-birthday present.
He reportedly stole small amounts of money from work to pay for cigarettes, for which he was fired.
In late summer , Jones's girlfriend they were both aged 17 , a Cheltenham schoolgirl named Valerie Corbett, became pregnant.
During this period, he lived a bohemian lifestyle, busking with his guitar on the streets for money, and living off the charity of others.
Eventually, he ran short of money and returned to England. In November , Jones went to the Wooden Bridge Hotel in Guildford to see a band perform.
He met a young married woman named Angeline, and the two had a one-night stand that resulted in her pregnancy. Angeline and her husband decided to raise the baby, Belinda, born on 4 August Jones never knew about her birth.
In , Jones applied for a scholarship to Cheltenham Art College. He was initially accepted into the programme, but two days later the offer was withdrawn after an unidentified acquaintance wrote to the college, calling Jones an irresponsible drifter.
On 22 October , Jones's girlfriend Pat Andrews gave birth to his third child, Julian Mark Andrews. He lived with them for a while.
Jones left Cheltenham and moved to London , where he became friends with fellow musicians Alexis Korner , future Manfred Mann singer Paul Jones ,  future Cream bassist Jack Bruce , and others who made up the small London rhythm and blues and jazz scene.
Jones became a blues musician, for a brief time calling himself "Elmo Lewis", and playing slide guitar. He also started a group with Paul Jones called the Roosters.
In January , after both Brian and Paul left the group, Eric Clapton took over Brian's position as guitarist.
Later, singer Mick Jagger also joined this band; Jagger and his childhood friend Keith Richards had met Brian when he and Paul Jones were playing Elmore James' " Dust My Broom " with Korner's band at the Ealing Jazz Club.
Jones' and Stewart's acceptance of Richards and the Chuck Berry songs he wanted to play coincided with the departure of blues purists guitarist Geoff Bradford and singer Brian Knight, who had no tolerance for Chuck Berry.
As Richards tells it, Jones came up with the name the "Rollin' Stones" later with the 'g' while on the phone with a venue owner. The Best of Muddy Waters album was lying on the floor—and track five, side one was 'Rollin' Stone Blues'".
Jones and Richards spent day after day playing guitar while listening to blues records notably Jimmy Reed , Muddy Waters , Willie Dixon and Howlin' Wolf.
During this time, Jones also taught Jagger how to play harmonica. The four Rollin' Stones went searching for a bassist and drummer, finally settling on Bill Wyman on bass because he had a spare VOX AC30 guitar amplifier  and always had cigarettes, as well as a bass guitar that he had built himself.
At the time, Watts was considered by fellow musicians to be one of the better drummers in London; he had played with among others Alexis Korner's group Blues Incorporated.
Watts described Jones's role in these early days: "Brian was very instrumental in pushing the band at the beginning. Keith and I would look at him and say he was barmy.
On 23 July , Linda Lawrence later married to Donovan , gave birth to Jones's fourth child, Julian Brian Lawrence. In return, she signed an agreement that the matter was now closed and that she would make no statement about Jones or the child to the public or the press.
The undated statement was signed by Molloy and witnessed by Mick Jagger. Jones was a gifted multi-instrumentalist , seemingly at home on any musical instrument.
Prior to his firing in , on any instrument apart from the standard rock set up of drums, guitars, piano, or bass, Jones was the one playing it.
His ability to play a wide variety of instruments is particularly evident on the albums Aftermath , Between the Buttons and Their Satanic Majesties Request As a guitarist, in the early days he favoured a white teardrop-shaped electric guitar produced by the Vox company, especially in live performances; he also played a wide variety of electric and acoustic guitars from companies such as Rickenbacker , Gibson , and Fender.
As a slide guitarist, he favoured the open E tuning and open G tuning. Examples of Jones's contributions are his slide guitar on " I Wanna Be Your Man " , " I'm a King Bee ", " Little Red Rooster " "I Can't Be Satisfied" , " I'm Movin' On " , "Doncha Bother Me" and " No Expectations ".
Jones can also be heard playing Bo Diddley -style rhythm guitar on " I Need You Baby ", " Please Go Home ", 19th Nervous Breakdown , and the guitar riff in " The Last Time ";  sitar on " Street Fighting Man " and " Paint It Black "; organ on " Let's Spend the Night Together "; marimba on " Under My Thumb ", " Out of Time " and " Yesterday's Papers "; recorder on " Ruby Tuesday " and "All Sold Out"; saxophone on "Child of the Moon" and " Citadel "; kazoo on "Cool, Calm and Collected"; Appalachian dulcimer on "I Am Waiting" and " Lady Jane ", Mellotron on " She's a Rainbow ", " We Love You ", " Stray Cat Blues ", " Light Years from Home ", and "Citadel"; and the autoharp on " Ride On, Baby " and for his final recording as a Rolling Stone on " You Got the Silver ".
Jones also played harmonica on many of the Rolling Stones' early songs. Examples of Jones's playing are on " Come On ", " Stoned " , " Not Fade Away " , " I Just Want to Make Love to You ", "Now I've Got a Witness" , "Good Times, Bad Times" , " South Michigan Avenue " from the EP Five By Five , "The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man", "One More Try" , "High and Dry" and " Goin' Home " , "Who's Driving Your Plane?
In the early years, Jones often served as a backing vocalist. Notable examples are " Come On ", "I Wanna Be Your Man", "I Just Wanna Make Love to You", " Walking the Dog ", " Money ", "I'm Alright", " You Better Move On " and " It's All Over Now ".
He contributed backing vocals as late as on " Sympathy for the Devil ". He is also responsible for the whistling on "Walking the Dog".
Richards maintains that what he calls "guitar weaving"  emerged from this period, from listening to Jimmy Reed albums: "We listened to the teamwork, trying to work out what was going on in those records; how you could play together with two guitars and make it sound like four or five".
Oldham's arrival as manager marked the beginning of Jones' slow estrangement. Oldham recognised the financial advantages of bandmembers' writing their own songs, as exemplified by Lennon—McCartney , and that playing covers would not sustain a band in the limelight for long.
Further, he wanted to make Jagger's charisma and flamboyance a focus of live performances. The band also wanted to tour the United States in and felt that, if he didn't clean up, he would die because of his poor condition before the tour was finished.
Although never a key songwriter, he was the original founder and namer of The Rolling Stones. Reputed to have fathered many illegitimate offspring, but only five are definitely known.
His first two children, a son and a daughter, were born in and respectively. Neither name has been revealed, and the son was later given up for adoption.
He then had a son by Pat Andrews named Julian Mark Jones, born 22 October A second son, Julian Brian Jones, by Linda Lawrence, was born 23 July Finally he had a third son named John Paul Andrew Jones, by Dawn Molloy, born 24 March He named two of his sons after jazz musician Julian Cannonball Adderley.
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