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Welcome to WikiProject The Rolling Stones, a WikiProject to help organize all the information in Wikipedia related to the The Rolling Stones . This project's focus is to centralize the efforts of many Wikipedians to make Wikipedia the best free resource when it comes to information about the subject. If you are interested in joining please do so.
These are the current Wikipedians who are participants in the project. If you feel you can make positive contributions to the project, feel free to add your name below, by adding your name to the bottom of the list.
Musical evolution: A new section at the bottom of the Stones' main page. We basically need to chart the band's evoltion from their origins to today. As anyone can see the band's history is well covered. This section needs to detail influences on the Stones, differing instrumentations, and even the influence the Stones have had on other muscians. It would also be the place to talk of the Stones' live shows throughout the years and use quotes from the band.
Albums: Moved this to the top as I'm going to be spending the next few days expanding the articles on the Stones' album. Many are completely unsourced and quite honestly short and insignificant. Started with Goats Head Soup and plan on bouncing around to whatever article "moves me," in the words of Keef. Feel free to take part.
Mick Jagger - Edit: The Jagger article basically needs to be re-written. Most of what was there has been erased due to lack of refs and the whole thing is a mess. (is it true that assistants of Mr. Jagger did some editing on behalf of their boss?)
The Bill Wyman article has been virtually ignored. I can supply more images for his article, but am unwilling to do so until the text has been expanded there-- I mean, look at the Mick Jagger article.. I placed two somewhat rare free images there from 1965 and 1972 with no real text to back it up.
Mick Taylor has had a multiple cleanup tag on his article for years. We are adding text but slowly, and it is in real desperate need of help. I think the photos I uploaded there are sufficient (I placed all of them), but should it expand I can add more.
I think Ian Stewart, Nicky Hopkins, Chuck Leavell and to a minor degree, Billy Preston need more coverage in the band page, with each having made significant contributions to the sound of The Rolling Stones-- half of those great concert staples could never be achieved without a keyboard player, whether hidden in a backdrop or not. I can't find photos of any but Leavell and one of Hopkins that is hard to make out. Anyone? --Leahtwosaints (talk) 16:57, 20 June 2010 (UTC)
Connect all Stones articles to the WP and have them rated.
Make sure every single listed in the singles template has an article.
Can someone with a copywright please contribute a picture of Mick Taylor to his entry? There's also work to be done on the Taylor entry b/c it's considered by others to be "biased", "undersourced" and "not written enough about".
Memory Motel - add a few more sourced references, details about the possible girls from a source or two, touching on the life on the road quotes, it could be a GA; an underrated song that has lasted. (I stuck the new template on the article's discussion- others are free to use it too.)
Exile on Main St. - possibly more info, sources; how can an entire article be under the heading "History"? It is regarded as a landmark achievement for rock and roll music. There must be a great article there.
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