08 Mar 2018 @ 6:56 PM 
 

Shine A Light

 

Scorsese filmed the Rolling Stones at the Beacon Theatre on October 29 and November 1, 2006, but the performance footage used in the film is all from the second show. The music was shine A Light, mixed and co-produced by Bob Clearmountain. The audio recording was done on the Silver Truck with David Hewitt. The performances benefitted the Clinton Foundation, a charity founded by Bill Clinton, who gave a short speech at the October 29 performance.

2008 for the world premiere of the concert documentary. From left to right: Mick Jagger, Martin Scorsese, Keith Richards, Ron Wood, Charlie Watts and Berlinale director Dieter Kosslick before the world premiere of Shine a Light. According to keyboardist Chuck Leavell’s tour diary, Mick Jagger had been ill with throat problems, forcing a postponement of the Stones scheduled Atlantic City concert and the October 31 Beacon Theater show was moved to November 1, to allow Jagger to recuperate. Shine a Light was initially scheduled for release on September 21, 2007, but Paramount Classics postponed it until April 2008.

Most of the performance footage was culled from the second night of filming. All songs are written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except the ones which are noted. Noting Martin Scorsese’s frequent use of Rolling Stones music in his scripted films, Mick Jagger has joked that Shine a Light may be the only Scorsese film that does not include “Gimme Shelter” in its soundtrack. From Paramount Home Entertainment, Shine a Light was released on DVD and Blu-ray July 29, 2008.

The DVD sold 50,115 copies during the first week in the U. It sold 132,886 by August 14, 2008. Shine a Light received mostly positive reviews from critics. Stones Roll with Scorsese in Shine a Light”. Scorsese Shines New Light on Stones”. Shine a Light Movie Reviews, Pictures – Rotten Tomatoes”.

Content is available under CC BY-SA 3. Serves as his debut single under Island Records. The song, according to BANNERS, is about feeling lost at sea and desperately searching for a beacon of light, and waiting for that one big wave to finally pull you under while clinging on to that one last ray of hope. It’s a song to the person in your life that offers salvation while the storm is raging around you. A celebration of the music of 1968, performed by a revolving line up of over 60 local musicians. From Psychedelia to Motown to Rock, it was a year that lit the fuse for the explosion of the most memorable music era of a century. All proceeds benefit the Light Up The Queen Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to delivering music education and programs to the youth of New Castle County.

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