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 Jones was reportedly buried 12 feet deep in Cheltenham Cemetery (to prevent exhumation by trophy hunters) in a lavish casket sent by Bob Dylan. Watts and Wyman were the only Rolling Stones who attended the funeral. Cemetery Headstones, Old Cemeteries, Cemetery Art, Graveyards, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendricks, Famous Tombstones, Famous Graves, Grave Memorials

Brian Jones (1942-1969) - Find A Grave Memorial

Rock Musician. He was a guitarist and founding member of the seminal and influential English rock band The Rolling Stones. Responsible for naming and promoting the group in its early days, he hired Mick Jagger as the group's vocalist, who brought along guitarist Keith Richards. From 1962 to 1969, he learned to play a...

Classic shot of Super Cool Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones. With his sitar on TV show Ready Steady Go, London The Rolling Stones, Brian Jones Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, Rock N Roll, Rollin Stones, Ron Woods, Charlie Watts, Hippie Man, Thing 1

Brian Jones playing the sitar. His sitar playing really sounds amazing on "Paint It Black."

Eclectic Vibes Brian Jones, Yoko Ono, Julian Lennon, John Lennon and Donyale Luna during rehearsals for the Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus in London on December Julian Lennon, John Lennon Yoko Ono, Rock N Roll, Rock Music, New Music, Brian Jones Rolling Stones, The Rolling Stones, Charlie Watts, The Fab Four

A Right Pair

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1966 - Could this be Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones? The Rolling Stones, Brian Jones Rolling Stones, Bianca Jagger, Mick Jagger, Anita Pallenberg, Patti Hansen, L'wren Scott, Keith Richards, Dandy

Brian Jones - 1960's Peacock Style Icon

Brian Jones onstage, April 1967 If Keith and Mick were the mind and body of the Stones, Brian was clearly the soul - wrote Rolling Stone magazine few days after Brian's death in August 1969. Apart from being a great guitarist and musical arranger, Brian Jones was also the most eye- catching member of The Rolling Stones. He was always immaculately dressed. No matter if it was sharp Mod style of early 1960's or a flamboyant Peacock Style of the latter part of the decade, Brian would always get…

Eric Clapton, Brian Jones, Roger Daltrey, Yoko Ono, John Lennon & Julian Lennon/The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus 1968 Julian Lennon, Roger Daltrey, Yoko Ono, Beatles Songs, The Beatles, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, The Rolling Stones, Punk Rock

Brian Jones, Yoko Ono, Roger Daltrey, Julian Lennon, John Lennon and Eric Clapton

Brian Jones, Yoko Ono, Roger Daltrey, Julian Lennon, John Lennon and Eric Clapton.

"The Rolling Stones - The greatest Rock-n-Roll band, EVER! The Rolling Stones, Brian Jones Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, Psychedelic Rock, Guns N Roses, Pink Floyd, Keith Richards Guitars, El Rock And Roll, Rollin Stones

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Jim Morrison's poem Ode to L. While Thinking of Brian Jones-Deceased was distributed at each of The Doors' two July 21 1969 shows at the Aquarius Theatre on Sunset Boulevard Brian Jones Death, Jim Morrison Poetry, Ray Manzarek, Brian Jones Rolling Stones, Jim Morison, El Rock And Roll, The Doors Jim Morrison, Rollin Stones, I Can Do Anything

A poem Jim wrote after Brian Jones Death, which deeply affected him. He distributed the poem to audience members of one of their concerts.

Brian Jones, founding member of the Rolling Stones, died of drug overdose in age The Rolling Stones, Brian Jones Rolling Stones, 60s Music, Music Icon, Rollin Stones, Ron Woods, Charlie Watts, British Rock, Keith Richards

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electripipedream: “ Brian Jones 16 Magazine 1966 ”

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Brian Jones 1965 by Dennis Hopper

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