Against a backdrop of social unrest and protests The Rolling Stones
entered 1969 as a successful blues band that had experimented with
psychedelia but were returning to their rock'n'roll roots. By the
end of 1969 they had released a stone cold classic, lost one of
their founding members, played an era defining concert at Hyde Park
to half a million people and seen a fan stabbed to death at their
concert in Altamont. This is the story of how 1969 cemented the
Stones as "the greatest rock & roll band in the world".
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