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Rolling Stones' Plundered My Soul by Jonas Odell

Rolling Stones' Plundered My Soul by Jonas Odell

Jimmy Brown - 20th Apr 2010

"I've always liked the cover design for 'Exile on Main St.' a lot," says Odell. "It is the most iconic of the Stones' album covers, and seeing that the track is one of several previously unreleased tracks from the 'Exile' sessions, it felt appropriate to use the graphic formula of that cover. The promo is a collage of stills and documentary footage from the period, so it's a bit like the album cover comes alive and tells the story of The Rolling Stones on tour." Odell also shot some new footage inspired by some of the stills from the original album cover, giving a sense that even the burlesque performers of the original artwork have come alive.

"I've always liked the cover design for 'Exile on Main St.' a lot," says Odell. "It is the most iconic of the Stones' album covers, and seeing that the track is one of several previously unreleased tracks from the 'Exile' sessions, it felt appropriate to use the graphic formula of that cover. The promo is a collage of stills and documentary footage from the period, so it's a bit like the album cover comes alive and tells the story of The Rolling Stones on tour."

"I've always liked the cover design for 'Exile on Main St.' a lot," says Odell. "It is the most iconic of the Stones' album covers, and seeing that the track is one of several previously unreleased tracks from the 'Exile' sessions, it felt appropriate to use the graphic formula of that cover. The promo is a collage of stills and documentary footage from the period, so it's a bit like the album cover comes alive and tells the story of The Rolling Stones on tour." Odell also shot some new footage inspired by some of the stills from the original album cover, giving a sense that even the burlesque performers of the original artwork have come alive.

Odell also shot some new footage inspired by some of the stills from the original album cover, giving a sense that even the burlesque performers of the original artwork have come alive.

"I've always liked the cover design for 'Exile on Main St.' a lot," says Odell. "It is the most iconic of the Stones' album covers, and seeing that the track is one of several previously unreleased tracks from the 'Exile' sessions, it felt appropriate to use the graphic formula of that cover. The promo is a collage of stills and documentary footage from the period, so it's a bit like the album cover comes alive and tells the story of The Rolling Stones on tour." Odell also shot some new footage inspired by some of the stills from the original album cover, giving a sense that even the burlesque performers of the original artwork have come alive.

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Jimmy Brown - 20th Apr 2010

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Director
Jonas Odell
Producer
Beccy McCray, Niklas Adolfsson
Production Company
Nexus Productions

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Director of Photography
Per Helin

Editorial

Editor
Senay Berhe

Commission

Commissioner
Ross Anderson

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