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RONNIE SCHNEIDER - Out Of Our Heads

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Rolling Stones Insider Shares Memories and Rare Artifacts in New Book


Back in the mid 1960s, overnight, a street-smart east coast kid went from being a college student to tour manager/moneyman and confidante to the Rolling Stones. The band didn’t eat, drink, or even play unless Ronnie Schneider did his job, and this trusting relationship led to a wild adventure that would soon include the Beatles, Swinging London, and producing the mythical ’69 Stones tour that culminated in the infamous show at Altamont and the feature film, Gimme Shelter. In his new book, Schneider gives readers an all access pass into the most intimate spaces, from hotels and boardrooms to private planes and backstage debauchery, crunching deals, babysitting the band, tasting wine, woman and dope – this is a front row seat to rock’s last great era; jam-packed with rare artifacts and all the paperwork to back it up.

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"Please allow me to introduce myself..." I did the 1965, 1966, 1969, and 1970 tours with the Rolling Stones. I produced a Herman s Hermits film, Mrs. Brown You ve got a Lovely Daughter, and The Silent Stranger, a Tony Anthony spaghetti western that was shot in Japan and Italy. I was on the scene in ye olde swinging London for the legendary Rock and Roll Circus and scouted a new Rolling Stones finale for the show in Rome. I've worked with Sam Cooke, Neil Sedaka, Bobby Vinton. I worked at Apple Records with the Beatles and was there at the breakup of the band. Rock critic Robert Christgau described the Rolling Stones 1969 US tour as "history s first mythic rock and roll tour," while another rock writer, Dave Marsh, called it one of the benchmarks of an era. I produced the Maysles Bros film, Gimme Shelter, sometimes called the Greatest Rock Film of the greatest rock n roll band that captured one of the decades darkest nights. For me, in a way, it was just another day at the office.