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    Here in the UK there has recently been an upsurge in the publicity of the up-coming Stephen Woolley film ‘The Wild and Wycked World of Brian Jones’.

    Articles have appeared in national and local press and the soon to be produced film has featured on local television networks. We understand from the coverage that the script has been finalised and ‘shooting’ starts in a few months time. Now this is great news if, as the publicity suggests, new or re-assessed evidence will feature in the film and will show conclusively that Brian’s death was no accident nor death by misadventure and that, as stated in the London Evening Standard (copied below), Stephen Woolley’s film will pressurise the Sussex Police into re-investigating the events of the evening of July 2nd 1969.
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    However the 19th May 2004 article copied here from the UK national newspaper, the Daily Express indicates that the film will be based on the ‘deathbed confession’ of Frank Thorogood and that he alone was responsible for Brian’s death. We want to hear your views and hopefully gain a swell of opinion that there were other things going on at Cotchford Farm on the night and the days and weeks leading up to Brian’s death.

    BRIAN JONES - this brilliant multi-talented musician who attempted, albeit unsuccessfully, to juggle drug use with his musical output, died under questionable circumstances on the...

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    Kieth Richards kool geezer, and who else could play Johnny Depps dad, in Pirates 3?

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      Re: The Rolling Stones

      Originally posted by Oggy View Post
      Kieth Richards kool geezer, and who else could play Johnny Depps dad, in Pirates 3?
      The reason is that Depp said he modelled his character on Keith Richards

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        "Doom And Gloom" is easily the best single of the year, and one of their best efforts since "Love Is Strong" from 1994. Don't think it'd be a hit though, the charts are too conservative for them at the moment. :-(

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          http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode...et_Summer_Sun/

          watched this last night.............and wished i'd gone

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