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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:02,000 --> 00:00:07,000 Downloaded from YTS.MX 2 00:00:08,000 --> 00:00:13,000 Official YIFY movies site: YTS.MX 3 00:00:53,588 --> 00:00:54,756 Something good. 4 00:02:33,187 --> 00:02:34,722 This is the last day of our rehearsal. 5 00:02:34,889 --> 00:02:37,225 We've been rehearsing for two weeks. 6 00:02:37,392 --> 00:02:38,872 Working what numbers we're gonna do... 7 00:02:38,960 --> 00:02:41,029 There's always a bit of rust to rub off. 8 00:02:43,665 --> 00:02:45,967 Rehearsal's a big word for bonding. 9 00:02:48,970 --> 00:02:51,239 When you sit and play the first song 10 00:02:52,073 --> 00:02:55,810 it's the same feeling as it was when I first joined. 11 00:02:57,111 --> 00:02:59,347 We haven't seen each other for a while and it's fresh 12 00:02:59,547 --> 00:03:04,285 like reuniting and lots of it comes magically flooding back. 13 00:03:07,255 --> 00:03:09,557 Kind of feeling when you rehearse the last couple of days 14 00:03:09,724 --> 00:03:11,793 all it really needs is an audience. 15 00:03:11,959 --> 00:03:12,959 Yeah. 16 00:03:24,272 --> 00:03:27,508 So this tour we're gonna visit nine Latin American cities 17 00:03:27,675 --> 00:03:31,145 and hopefully the tenth that we haven't yet visited 18 00:03:31,312 --> 00:03:32,547 is gonna be Havana, Cuba. 19 00:03:33,314 --> 00:03:35,125 To try and put on a big show, that is really hard 20 00:03:35,149 --> 00:03:36,718 but we're gonna try our best to do it. 21 00:03:43,524 --> 00:03:46,494 To see the world from a Rolling Stones point of view, 22 00:03:47,028 --> 00:03:49,197 nobody else sees the world the way we do. 23 00:03:49,630 --> 00:03:51,666 It's the explorer in us, I think. 24 00:03:51,833 --> 00:03:54,135 The Christopher Columbus in all of us 25 00:03:54,268 --> 00:03:56,904 that wants to see what's round the corner 26 00:03:57,071 --> 00:03:59,006 and is it round or is it flat? 27 00:04:02,810 --> 00:04:04,812 Stand by. Stand by, everybody. 28 00:04:05,079 --> 00:04:07,014 At the start of the tour it's like being 29 00:04:07,148 --> 00:04:12,920 on a tightrope that, once you've set foot on it, that rope widens 30 00:04:13,788 --> 00:04:16,491 and becomes a bridge you can run across. 31 00:04:16,758 --> 00:04:19,160 House lights go, please. House lights go. 32 00:04:19,327 --> 00:04:23,798 Ladies and gentlemen, The Rolling Stones! 33 00:06:34,195 --> 00:06:36,631 Present arms! 34 00:06:44,038 --> 00:06:45,806 A lot of the Latin American countries 35 00:06:45,973 --> 00:06:49,377 in the '60s and '70s were under military dictatorships. 36 00:06:49,777 --> 00:06:51,445 They had censorship of songs 37 00:06:51,646 --> 00:06:54,315 and basically styles of music they didn't like. 38 00:06:55,016 --> 00:06:56,296 The Rolling Stones, being part of 39 00:06:56,417 --> 00:06:58,853 this '60s kind of rebellious movement, 40 00:06:58,986 --> 00:07:02,290 this idea of freedom of expression and sexuality 41 00:07:02,456 --> 00:07:04,926 was an anathema to a lot of these regimes. 42 00:07:05,092 --> 00:07:08,329 In several countries, rock 'n' roll was banned. 43 00:07:08,496 --> 00:07:10,231 The minute you ban something, 44 00:07:11,065 --> 00:07:13,567 you're gonna create a movement around it. 45 00:07:14,402 --> 00:07:16,871 Anything that smacks of rebellion, 46 00:07:17,638 --> 00:07:19,373 they sort of take to heart. 47 00:07:29,417 --> 00:07:30,417 Thank you! 48 00:07:38,693 --> 00:07:40,361 When Obama started to free up relations, 49 00:07:40,561 --> 00:07:43,864 it seemed an obvious thing on a tour of Latin America to do Cuba 50 00:07:44,031 --> 00:07:45,533 so we started to investigate it. 51 00:07:45,666 --> 00:07:49,937 But the idea of doing it and the actual organising it 52 00:07:50,071 --> 00:07:51,806 is somewhat two different things. 53 00:07:51,973 --> 00:07:53,574 Cuba. Cuba, Cuba, Cuba. 54 00:07:53,708 --> 00:07:56,310 Every single day. It's all about Cuba. 55 00:07:56,477 --> 00:07:57,988 I wake up in the middle of the night and go, 56 00:07:58,012 --> 00:08:00,815 "Oh. I fucking forgot. Oh, shit!" 57 00:08:00,948 --> 00:08:03,584 People have done theatres, people have done small things. 58 00:08:03,751 --> 00:08:07,121 But to put The Rolling Stones there and do a free show, 59 00:08:07,722 --> 00:08:10,958 nothing has happened like this in Cuba before. Ever. 60 00:08:11,125 --> 00:08:11,926 Ever. 61 00:08:12,093 --> 00:08:15,029 Let me just... This is Adam. He's gonna lead this project. 62 00:08:15,796 --> 00:08:17,365 He has considerable experience 63 00:08:17,565 --> 00:08:19,200 in dealing with communist governments. 64 00:08:19,367 --> 00:08:22,803 He opened China for us and now he's gonna open Cuba for us. 65 00:08:23,270 --> 00:08:24,705 This is a place where 66 00:08:24,872 --> 00:08:26,632 they don't function and operate the way we do 67 00:08:26,707 --> 00:08:28,676 so e-mail and phone calls and that kind of stuff. 68 00:08:28,843 --> 00:08:29,977 It's just not the same. 69 00:08:30,144 --> 00:08:34,448 This has gone up to the very top of the food chain. Raúl Castro. 70 00:08:34,849 --> 00:08:38,319 They look at this as almost a piece of government policy. 71 00:08:38,486 --> 00:08:42,256 That this event will be something that can symbolise, 72 00:08:42,390 --> 00:08:45,893 in a very positive way, that the country is opening up. 73 00:08:46,027 --> 00:08:47,895 Adam, I know they're saying the right things 74 00:08:48,029 --> 00:08:50,349 and they want it to happen. But in a way that's irrelevant. 75 00:08:50,464 --> 00:08:52,400 We know. We want it to happen too. 76 00:08:52,933 --> 00:08:55,803 We are going to have to, within a very short space of time, 77 00:08:55,970 --> 00:09:00,374 take a view as to whether the show is feasible. 78 00:09:00,574 --> 00:09:03,177 In terms of next steps, we're on a very tight timeline. 79 00:09:03,310 --> 00:09:05,880 That's probably our biggest constraint which we're aware of. 80 00:09:06,047 --> 00:09:08,349 So decisions are gonna have to be made imminently. 81 00:09:08,682 --> 00:09:11,185 We can't talk about this, even to our own staff yet. 82 00:09:11,352 --> 00:09:13,792 When it's time to announce it to everybody else we'll do that. 83 00:09:13,954 --> 00:09:17,291 Otherwise the rumours and everything will crush us. 84 00:09:17,792 --> 00:09:20,227 Every day that we lose on this, makes it harder. 85 00:09:31,806 --> 00:09:34,842 Argentina is the first South American country 86 00:09:35,009 --> 00:09:37,144 the Stones played and this is where 87 00:09:37,311 --> 00:09:40,481 we really got in contact with this continent. 88 00:09:41,682 --> 00:09:43,117 During the military dictatorship 89 00:09:43,284 --> 00:09:46,120 and then the Falklands War, we couldn't play there. 90 00:09:46,554 --> 00:09:50,424 In our absence, a kind of cult, a kind of fashion emerged, 91 00:09:50,624 --> 00:09:53,494 called the 'Rolingas', dedicated to The Stones. 92 00:10:08,075 --> 00:10:10,344 The Stones are a religion here. 93 00:10:10,678 --> 00:10:13,280 They're so much more than just a band. 94 00:10:14,048 --> 00:10:16,250 It's like an urban tribe. 95 00:10:16,417 --> 00:10:20,554 Rolinga culture is uniquely Argentinian. 96 00:10:21,655 --> 00:10:25,025 I can't really explain it, it flows, runs through your veins. 97 00:10:29,930 --> 00:10:32,566 This is our way of life, it won't go out of fashion. 98 00:10:33,334 --> 00:10:34,435 His name is Jagger. 99 00:10:34,635 --> 00:10:37,071 He is called Jagger after his majesty. 100 00:10:37,271 --> 00:10:41,075 The person who taught us how to be. 101 00:10:43,210 --> 00:10:47,014 When I was 11, I used to look at the tongue logos on walls. 102 00:10:47,148 --> 00:10:49,150 I used to ask, 'What is this? What is this?' 103 00:10:49,550 --> 00:10:51,051 And when they showed what it was, 104 00:10:51,385 --> 00:10:53,754 that was the best thing that ever happened to me. 105 00:10:55,055 --> 00:10:56,590 I feel proud of what I am 106 00:10:56,757 --> 00:10:58,468 and the fact that people look at me and say, 107 00:10:58,492 --> 00:11:01,195 'Oh look, there goes the Rolinga' 108 00:11:01,495 --> 00:11:03,931 I love it, I love it! 109 00:11:05,065 --> 00:11:07,401 - I love it! - I love it! 110 00:11:21,615 --> 00:11:23,918 The first time we came, it was unbelievable. 111 00:11:24,084 --> 00:11:28,889 It was like a large version of the '60s. It was mad. 112 00:11:29,657 --> 00:11:31,926 And it's been like that ever since. 113 00:11:35,563 --> 00:11:37,398 We are at the Four Seasons Hotel. 114 00:11:37,998 --> 00:11:39,543 We are going to see the best band in the world, 115 00:11:39,567 --> 00:11:40,334 The Rolling Stones. 116 00:11:40,467 --> 00:11:42,803 We're here because everyone says they always stay here. 117 00:11:43,270 --> 00:11:45,839 Let's hope they come out, that's why we're all here. 118 00:12:07,528 --> 00:12:08,996 I've been here almost three days. 119 00:12:09,163 --> 00:12:10,931 Incredible. I slept here yesterday. 120 00:12:15,402 --> 00:12:19,173 Charlie Watts is in the last window, in that balcony. 121 00:12:19,873 --> 00:12:22,710 And we've been told that Keith Richards is in this one, 122 00:12:22,876 --> 00:12:23,876 this window. 123 00:12:28,148 --> 00:12:29,216 Gentlemen, come on in. 124 00:12:29,350 --> 00:12:31,118 I was hoping it was room service. 125 00:12:33,921 --> 00:12:35,155 Our humble abode. 126 00:12:35,990 --> 00:12:39,293 To me, if I'm in Argentina, this is home. 127 00:12:39,426 --> 00:12:43,364 The temporary home, which is not too shabby, really. 128 00:12:44,465 --> 00:12:45,566 Come on. 129 00:12:47,034 --> 00:12:48,969 Ah, had a restless night. 130 00:12:51,772 --> 00:12:54,208 I think these are the windows to see. 131 00:12:57,678 --> 00:12:59,046 Let's see what we can do. 132 00:13:04,251 --> 00:13:05,586 Richards! 133 00:13:13,727 --> 00:13:18,332 The wake-up call is, "Richards, Richards, Olé Olé Olé." 134 00:13:18,866 --> 00:13:22,069 And you, "Oh, well. Time to get up, I guess." 135 00:13:22,603 --> 00:13:26,373 For some reason, they've always been great supporters of ours. 136 00:13:44,224 --> 00:13:46,093 We are at the '40 x 5 Tributo' bar. 137 00:13:48,562 --> 00:13:51,965 We are with friends on this very special day. 138 00:13:52,266 --> 00:13:56,437 We're going to what could be the last Rolling Stones concert 139 00:13:56,637 --> 00:13:57,637 in our country. 140 00:13:57,771 --> 00:13:59,573 That's why we invited our friends to share 141 00:13:59,707 --> 00:14:03,043 this 'Beggars Banquet' for all of us. 142 00:14:03,544 --> 00:14:07,348 Argentinians don't like being told how to behave. 143 00:14:07,881 --> 00:14:10,884 I think The Rolling Stones music 144 00:14:11,051 --> 00:14:14,054 is something we captured and made our own. 145 00:14:16,957 --> 00:14:21,028 It's a beautiful relationship we have with them. 146 00:15:01,602 --> 00:15:02,770 It is like a circus. 147 00:15:03,404 --> 00:15:06,373 It's a circus we've made, by the way. 148 00:15:06,573 --> 00:15:09,610 We built the ring and the tent and without it, 149 00:15:09,777 --> 00:15:11,845 we'd have eight people sitting there. 150 00:15:12,346 --> 00:15:14,214 After 50 years, they've kind of got used to 151 00:15:14,348 --> 00:15:17,251 some mad crowds and mad fans. 152 00:15:17,751 --> 00:15:21,588 But you'd expect after the fourth or fifth visit 153 00:15:21,755 --> 00:15:23,590 for things to die down. 154 00:16:02,429 --> 00:16:05,833 He just saw Mick in the car and it's amazing. 155 00:16:06,333 --> 00:16:07,868 He can't believe it. 156 00:16:09,636 --> 00:16:11,271 It's very emotional. 157 00:18:11,291 --> 00:18:12,291 Come on! 158 00:18:18,131 --> 00:18:19,131 Come on! 159 00:18:26,073 --> 00:18:27,107 One more time! 160 00:18:58,639 --> 00:18:59,639 Do it one more time. 161 00:19:59,599 --> 00:20:02,636 We're very lucky because when I first joined The Stones 162 00:20:02,803 --> 00:20:04,971 you had like 20 people in the club. 163 00:20:05,439 --> 00:20:08,008 Here we are, whatever age we are, 164 00:20:08,275 --> 00:20:10,277 and there's all these people cheering. 165 00:20:10,644 --> 00:20:14,448 You can't help but get drawn into the crowd. 166 00:20:14,648 --> 00:20:17,551 It is so enthralling and sometimes, 167 00:20:17,718 --> 00:20:20,487 they're louder than the band and if they jump up and down, 168 00:20:20,687 --> 00:20:23,690 I've found myself just jumping up and down. 169 00:20:23,824 --> 00:20:27,194 I use muscles that I don't even know I had. 170 00:20:27,360 --> 00:20:29,496 They bring out another part of you. 171 00:20:49,015 --> 00:20:52,052 Ten years is far too long. 172 00:20:54,121 --> 00:20:56,289 Finally, we meet again. 173 00:20:57,958 --> 00:21:01,428 Argentinians, I don't know, somehow they've woven us 174 00:21:01,628 --> 00:21:05,132 into their incredible warp and weft. 175 00:21:06,533 --> 00:21:08,568 And we're part of it. 176 00:21:08,735 --> 00:21:13,440 And it makes me quite humble, actually. 177 00:21:30,690 --> 00:21:32,893 We are Blues Motel. 178 00:21:33,426 --> 00:21:38,198 We are a band connected with the Rolinga or Stones rock scene. 179 00:21:42,602 --> 00:21:45,872 Unfortunately, during the dictatorship here in Argentina, 180 00:21:46,106 --> 00:21:51,511 radio wasn't allowed to broadcast English music. 181 00:21:53,213 --> 00:21:54,614 When democracy returned, 182 00:21:54,748 --> 00:21:59,586 it allowed the broadcasting of foreign music. 183 00:21:59,786 --> 00:22:03,924 And that made it easier for us to listen to those sounds. 184 00:22:13,033 --> 00:22:15,202 In 1995, for the first time 185 00:22:15,402 --> 00:22:17,671 The Rolling Stones arrived in Argentina. 186 00:22:18,171 --> 00:22:20,607 That moment was crucial 187 00:22:20,774 --> 00:22:25,879 because it was the first contact Rolingas had 188 00:22:26,279 --> 00:22:28,348 with The Rolling Stones. 189 00:22:29,616 --> 00:22:31,918 After the arrival of The Rolling Stones, 190 00:22:32,285 --> 00:22:33,653 more bands started coming out. 191 00:22:33,787 --> 00:22:35,989 Many bands took the baton of Stones rock 192 00:22:36,189 --> 00:22:38,024 and started spreading it. 193 00:22:39,359 --> 00:22:43,530 We are proud to represent that style of music. 194 00:22:43,763 --> 00:22:45,398 Stones music. 195 00:22:50,904 --> 00:22:51,904 Come in. 196 00:22:53,173 --> 00:22:54,173 - Hi, guys. - Hi. 197 00:22:54,274 --> 00:22:55,842 - How you doing? - Hey, Mick. 198 00:22:56,209 --> 00:22:58,912 - How are you? Hola. - How are you? 199 00:22:59,079 --> 00:23:00,247 Very well, thank you. 200 00:23:00,614 --> 00:23:02,849 - You came to the show in 1995. - Yeah. 201 00:23:03,016 --> 00:23:04,985 Yes. And it was a great show. 202 00:23:05,151 --> 00:23:08,655 - In the River Plate. - In River Plate Stadium. 203 00:23:09,556 --> 00:23:13,426 And when it starts 'Not Fade Away', it's like... 204 00:23:14,761 --> 00:23:17,664 Argentina. Started fire. On fire. 205 00:23:17,831 --> 00:23:18,632 Yeah, it was great. 206 00:23:18,798 --> 00:23:21,134 When we arrived at the airport, it was very crazy. 207 00:23:21,268 --> 00:23:23,603 People following us in the cars. Beep-beep. 208 00:23:23,770 --> 00:23:25,839 - Like the '60s. - A bit like that. 209 00:23:26,006 --> 00:23:28,008 Kinda like the '60s. Exactly. 210 00:23:28,174 --> 00:23:30,744 And when we did the first show, 211 00:23:30,911 --> 00:23:34,614 with all the audience pogo-ing like this all at once. 212 00:23:34,748 --> 00:23:37,751 It's fantastic. Oh, it was really great. 213 00:23:38,118 --> 00:23:41,154 When we play in Argentina, it's kind of a special place for us. 214 00:23:41,321 --> 00:23:43,823 It's kind of different playing here than anywhere else. 215 00:26:11,004 --> 00:26:12,772 It's a very emotional thing 216 00:26:12,906 --> 00:26:14,674 to be in the middle of that crowd. 217 00:26:17,043 --> 00:26:19,913 But it's not really you that they're looking at. 218 00:26:20,080 --> 00:26:22,415 It's an act out version of you. 219 00:26:23,750 --> 00:26:26,853 You try to live a more or less life like everybody else. 220 00:26:26,986 --> 00:26:30,490 And it's just a kind of thing that you do on your work day 221 00:26:30,690 --> 00:26:33,960 and then you come back and you're just you. 222 00:26:56,116 --> 00:26:57,750 Especially in a country like Argentina. 223 00:26:57,917 --> 00:26:59,652 You're very aware that you're on. 224 00:26:59,786 --> 00:27:02,388 You can't just walk out of the hotel and go shopping 225 00:27:02,589 --> 00:27:04,224 or walking or go to a café. 226 00:27:04,390 --> 00:27:06,993 You can't really do that in Buenos Aires, really. 227 00:27:07,694 --> 00:27:10,597 So you have to make much more effort to get out. 228 00:27:11,531 --> 00:27:13,600 It's ridiculous, at any age. 229 00:27:13,833 --> 00:27:16,202 You know, ducking down at the backs of fans and things, 230 00:27:16,769 --> 00:27:20,974 and escaping people chasing you for autographs and things. 231 00:27:22,275 --> 00:27:24,210 But that's part of your gig. 232 00:27:25,211 --> 00:27:27,046 So I might as well just enjoy it. 233 00:27:33,353 --> 00:27:34,754 I was always a bit of a performer 234 00:27:34,921 --> 00:27:38,825 in these family get-togethers that people used to have. 235 00:27:39,792 --> 00:27:42,495 So you all had to do something and I used to do dances 236 00:27:42,695 --> 00:27:44,864 and impersonations, that was my thing. 237 00:27:45,331 --> 00:27:49,202 But I think in that way of life, you weren't allowed to be shy. 238 00:27:49,936 --> 00:27:52,438 When I went on stage, I knew something was happening. 239 00:27:52,639 --> 00:27:57,076 I didn't quite intellectually and rationally figure it out 240 00:27:57,443 --> 00:28:00,280 but I knew that I was doing something 241 00:28:00,446 --> 00:28:02,248 that was exciting the audience. 242 00:28:02,549 --> 00:28:05,952 So what I learnt in the early '60s on my own 243 00:28:06,352 --> 00:28:09,355 and with the band about how to get an audience going, 244 00:28:09,556 --> 00:28:12,592 nearly all of that's still with me now. 245 00:28:24,204 --> 00:28:26,372 Nobody's ever done this in Cuba. 246 00:28:27,574 --> 00:28:30,610 There's no point of reference for what we're trying to do. 247 00:28:30,944 --> 00:28:32,312 There's a lot of concern, 248 00:28:32,745 --> 00:28:35,748 I think primarily about how to logistically pull it off. 249 00:28:36,249 --> 00:28:38,685 Hopefully, everybody will stay patient. 250 00:28:39,052 --> 00:28:41,888 Hopefully everybody will believe this is doable because it is. 251 00:28:42,055 --> 00:28:44,390 But it needs to be done in a way 252 00:28:44,591 --> 00:28:46,426 that's different than anybody has ever done. 253 00:28:46,626 --> 00:28:50,830 And it needs to run at the pace the locals move at. 254 00:28:51,598 --> 00:28:53,399 We're dealing with a country 255 00:28:53,600 --> 00:28:55,969 that hasn't had diplomatic relations with other countries, 256 00:28:56,269 --> 00:29:00,106 has never hosted a concert of this size. 257 00:29:00,773 --> 00:29:03,276 It's not a guarantee until it's a signed contract. 258 00:29:04,911 --> 00:29:08,348 We're getting into what we might term heart attack territory now. 259 00:29:08,748 --> 00:29:13,586 Come 15th February, we have to ship the entire stage, 260 00:29:13,886 --> 00:29:16,089 all our equipment from Belgium. 261 00:29:16,456 --> 00:29:18,391 We're a bit on a knife edge until we know that 262 00:29:18,591 --> 00:29:20,627 the Cuban government have signed their contract. 263 00:29:21,160 --> 00:29:22,528 I wake up every morning thinking 264 00:29:22,695 --> 00:29:25,265 about this and go to sleep and I'm sweating bullets. 265 00:29:25,531 --> 00:29:29,235 We're just going on faith. I don't know how else to do it. 266 00:29:29,736 --> 00:29:31,070 I sort of have this philosophy, 267 00:29:31,237 --> 00:29:33,773 'Maintain a positive attitude, abolish all fear'. 268 00:29:34,374 --> 00:29:35,734 I'm maintaining a positive attitude 269 00:29:35,842 --> 00:29:37,443 but I am scared to death. 270 00:29:45,852 --> 00:29:48,554 On this tour, there are places we've never been before. 271 00:29:48,721 --> 00:29:50,601 One of them's Uruguay. We've never played there. 272 00:29:50,757 --> 00:29:53,893 It's near Argentina but we've never played in Montevideo. 273 00:30:20,153 --> 00:30:21,721 The thing is about when you're on tour, 274 00:30:21,888 --> 00:30:24,324 if you're open-minded and you wanna go out of the hotel 275 00:30:24,490 --> 00:30:26,993 and you force yourself a little bit to be free and easy, 276 00:30:27,160 --> 00:30:29,128 you come across these really fun things. 277 00:30:31,230 --> 00:30:33,766 About two in the morning we drove out of town 278 00:30:33,933 --> 00:30:36,202 and we met this family of drummers. 279 00:30:37,070 --> 00:30:40,907 It was a really interesting side trip for me. Very unexpected. 280 00:31:00,893 --> 00:31:02,762 Travelling can make you very creative. 281 00:31:03,830 --> 00:31:06,632 It's just having that down-time. 282 00:31:06,799 --> 00:31:08,801 You never quite know what's gonna turn up 283 00:31:08,968 --> 00:31:10,603 but things happen. 284 00:31:12,038 --> 00:31:14,574 I had this one stoned night in '68. 285 00:31:14,707 --> 00:31:16,843 Mick and I and probably Marianne and he said, 286 00:31:17,009 --> 00:31:19,679 "Let's go to South America." 287 00:31:20,680 --> 00:31:22,615 Keith and I had never been on a boat before 288 00:31:22,749 --> 00:31:24,751 so we took the boat from Lisbon to Rio, 289 00:31:24,917 --> 00:31:26,786 and arriving in Rio in the dawn, 290 00:31:26,953 --> 00:31:29,856 seeing this beautiful, majestic harbour 291 00:31:30,289 --> 00:31:34,160 and the giant Christ and the Sugarloaf Mountain and so on. 292 00:31:34,961 --> 00:31:39,132 By the time we got to Brazil, it was a breath of fresh air 293 00:31:39,265 --> 00:31:42,034 because nobody gave a damn who you were. 294 00:31:42,201 --> 00:31:47,006 We weren't that well known at that time in South America. 295 00:31:47,173 --> 00:31:49,675 So we could roam about fairly freely. 296 00:31:50,676 --> 00:31:54,147 That whole trip in Brazil was super vivid. 297 00:31:54,347 --> 00:31:56,749 I can remember absolutely everything about it. 298 00:31:56,916 --> 00:32:00,286 And Keith had this beginning to this 'Honky Tonk Women' song. 299 00:32:00,586 --> 00:32:03,990 We went off to this ranch which is a long way out of São Paulo. 300 00:32:04,157 --> 00:32:06,692 - Don't think the city. - It was the middle of nowhere. 301 00:32:06,826 --> 00:32:10,329 It was totally. But it was a big coffee plantation. 302 00:32:10,763 --> 00:32:12,999 And they very kindly lent us this ranch 303 00:32:13,166 --> 00:32:14,734 and we stayed there for... I don't know, 304 00:32:14,867 --> 00:32:16,369 it seemed like quite a while. 305 00:32:16,769 --> 00:32:20,206 The other thing I remember about that ranch house was... 306 00:32:21,207 --> 00:32:25,445 the screams when Marianne and Anita used the toilet. 307 00:32:25,645 --> 00:32:30,149 And those black blind frogs had come flushing in! 308 00:32:30,583 --> 00:32:31,583 Yes! 309 00:32:31,918 --> 00:32:34,787 And I also caught the cook and the handyman 310 00:32:35,721 --> 00:32:37,123 in the kitchen going like... 311 00:32:37,323 --> 00:32:39,892 - Cos it must happen every time. - Yeah, of course. 312 00:32:40,026 --> 00:32:44,363 Every time some visitor comes, they'd go, "Oh, my God." 313 00:32:44,764 --> 00:32:47,200 Half a dozen frogs would come out when you flushed. 314 00:32:47,366 --> 00:32:50,236 What do you do on a ranch and it's late, 315 00:32:50,870 --> 00:32:53,105 evening is coming up and... 316 00:32:53,272 --> 00:32:56,042 - you've got a couple of guitars? - No TV. 317 00:32:57,043 --> 00:33:01,547 And sitting around and suddenly... 318 00:33:02,849 --> 00:33:04,450 Hank Williams came to mind. 319 00:33:04,650 --> 00:33:07,286 I mean, maybe that's retrospect or not 320 00:33:07,453 --> 00:33:08,688 but I don't think so. 321 00:33:08,855 --> 00:33:11,891 I think we were just kicking around old country songs. 322 00:33:12,024 --> 00:33:14,026 I remember we were by the river once. 323 00:33:14,193 --> 00:33:17,163 There was a beautiful river and I remember sitting by the river. 324 00:33:17,330 --> 00:33:19,565 That was the first time I remember it coming together. 325 00:33:19,732 --> 00:33:22,268 And I started to get into that one pump. 326 00:33:22,435 --> 00:33:25,972 And then Mick came up with 'the bitch' and 'Jackson' 327 00:33:26,105 --> 00:33:28,174 - and we were off. - Off. 328 00:33:28,407 --> 00:33:32,345 And let's not forget the Honky Tonk Woman herself. 329 00:33:33,012 --> 00:33:34,847 - Oh, yeah. - That Cathy James. 330 00:33:35,014 --> 00:33:36,174 - Yeah, that's right. - Cathy. 331 00:33:36,249 --> 00:33:37,849 Who was a great friend of the whole band. 332 00:33:37,950 --> 00:33:40,920 Yes. And her friend Candy. 333 00:33:41,087 --> 00:33:43,689 Yeah. Well, Candy, I never got there. 334 00:36:15,007 --> 00:36:16,375 That's how it grows. 335 00:36:17,443 --> 00:36:19,445 - Something like that. - That's the way it went. 336 00:36:35,127 --> 00:36:37,129 You always have this chemistry with certain people 337 00:36:37,263 --> 00:36:39,065 and I definitely have it with Keith. 338 00:36:39,231 --> 00:36:40,766 I enjoy being in the studio with him 339 00:36:40,933 --> 00:36:44,470 and on stage we also have special moments together. 340 00:36:44,904 --> 00:36:48,274 There is no rational thing about human chemistry, 341 00:36:48,441 --> 00:36:51,243 especially two blokes coming straight out of Dartford. 342 00:36:52,211 --> 00:36:53,546 Mick and I are quite famous 343 00:36:53,713 --> 00:36:55,715 for having our squabbles and everything. 344 00:36:56,048 --> 00:36:57,783 We can irritate each other immensely 345 00:36:57,950 --> 00:36:59,185 cos we're quite different. 346 00:36:59,785 --> 00:37:03,289 But at the same time we also know that we were given 347 00:37:03,422 --> 00:37:06,625 this amazing gift between us. 348 00:37:15,801 --> 00:37:16,801 Yeah! 349 00:37:35,121 --> 00:37:37,890 São Paulo is famous for street art of every kind. 350 00:37:38,157 --> 00:37:39,759 It's been sort of encouraged a bit. 351 00:37:40,593 --> 00:37:42,361 I find it to be inspiring 352 00:37:42,695 --> 00:37:46,198 to go to the different areas in South America, artistically. 353 00:37:47,032 --> 00:37:48,601 It's always a pleasant thing for me 354 00:37:48,734 --> 00:37:50,402 to meet up with the artist friends. 355 00:37:50,870 --> 00:37:55,241 I'm looking forward to reuniting with Ivald Granato. 356 00:37:55,407 --> 00:37:58,344 He doesn't speak any English. He just goes, "I love you", 357 00:37:58,544 --> 00:38:02,248 and I go "I love you", and then we paint. 358 00:38:02,414 --> 00:38:03,649 That's how we communicate. 359 00:38:03,849 --> 00:38:09,255 - Ah-ha! My friend. I love you! - Hello. I love you. 360 00:38:10,890 --> 00:38:13,092 The entire neighbourhood has been taken over 361 00:38:13,225 --> 00:38:15,161 by this art movement. 362 00:38:15,728 --> 00:38:17,997 This has become a centre for young people 363 00:38:18,164 --> 00:38:22,568 who work with graffiti. 364 00:38:24,036 --> 00:38:27,373 Come in to my studio. My house. 365 00:38:27,606 --> 00:38:31,844 Yeah. I haven't been for years. This time I will stay sober. 366 00:38:34,280 --> 00:38:34,880 All right. 367 00:38:35,247 --> 00:38:37,049 It's in your blood. Oh? 368 00:38:38,551 --> 00:38:41,720 Very... You are always very colourful. 369 00:38:41,887 --> 00:38:45,324 - Very colourful. - Colour and boom. 370 00:38:46,025 --> 00:38:47,025 Yes. 371 00:38:47,693 --> 00:38:49,829 Yeah, it's very expressive art. 372 00:38:54,600 --> 00:38:56,202 Very good. Very good indeed. 373 00:38:56,435 --> 00:38:57,703 Ah-ah-ah! 374 00:38:59,638 --> 00:39:03,008 When I was young, my brothers were artists and musicians. 375 00:39:04,043 --> 00:39:05,945 They were eight and ten years older than me 376 00:39:06,111 --> 00:39:10,115 so if they painted, I would paint. 377 00:39:10,282 --> 00:39:11,550 And if they played, 378 00:39:11,884 --> 00:39:15,087 I would pick up the nearest instrument and play that. 379 00:39:15,788 --> 00:39:17,623 The way I approach my music and art 380 00:39:17,790 --> 00:39:19,892 is with the same element of risk. 381 00:39:20,025 --> 00:39:22,361 I love that. You watch things take shape 382 00:39:22,561 --> 00:39:24,230 or you listen to things take shape. 383 00:39:25,865 --> 00:39:27,366 It's a great release. 384 00:39:27,967 --> 00:39:29,869 Travelling to new places, meeting new people 385 00:39:30,035 --> 00:39:32,238 is a real source of inspiration. 386 00:39:33,038 --> 00:39:35,608 It's the element of the unknown always coming up. 387 00:39:39,311 --> 00:39:42,748 I've never been one to sit still in one place. 388 00:39:43,349 --> 00:39:47,186 I come from the canals of England and these water gypsies 389 00:39:47,353 --> 00:39:51,156 that haul timber and my family, for generations, 390 00:39:51,323 --> 00:39:53,225 has always been on the move. 391 00:39:54,793 --> 00:39:58,197 My earliest memories, three or four years old, 392 00:39:58,430 --> 00:40:00,332 I was always drawing. 393 00:40:01,533 --> 00:40:02,835 I was born with it. 394 00:40:03,002 --> 00:40:06,005 I was born with a pencil and a pick in my hand. 395 00:40:07,306 --> 00:40:10,409 I make paintings to keep sane. 396 00:40:11,510 --> 00:40:14,446 My musical and artistic side work together. 397 00:40:14,647 --> 00:40:16,215 They bounce off each other. 398 00:40:16,649 --> 00:40:20,853 I have the wonderful group effort 399 00:40:20,986 --> 00:40:22,922 where I can be part of a unit 400 00:40:23,589 --> 00:40:26,558 but I have this wonderful private expression 401 00:40:27,326 --> 00:40:28,794 where I'm the boss. 402 00:40:29,762 --> 00:40:31,597 I never saw any other life. 403 00:40:31,764 --> 00:40:34,667 I had to make it work the way it is. 404 00:40:35,234 --> 00:40:36,335 No other life. 405 00:40:49,615 --> 00:40:52,284 Shut up, I'm working! 406 00:40:54,853 --> 00:40:58,190 This is home. Wherever I am in the world, 407 00:40:58,357 --> 00:41:00,559 it's the one place that doesn't change. 408 00:41:01,226 --> 00:41:04,196 The stick is a very superstitious thing. 409 00:41:04,596 --> 00:41:08,734 If it's about to rain or if it's where you're playing outdoors, 410 00:41:09,201 --> 00:41:11,370 and then it's, "Keith, it's raining." 411 00:41:12,471 --> 00:41:15,507 And if I don't go out, outside, 412 00:41:16,275 --> 00:41:18,644 and do a few mysterious movements, 413 00:41:18,811 --> 00:41:21,947 it would disappoint the whole crew. 414 00:41:22,114 --> 00:41:23,949 From like the lighting people, 415 00:41:24,116 --> 00:41:27,386 the stage people, the sound people, 416 00:41:28,287 --> 00:41:31,924 because they rely upon this stick to stop the rain. 417 00:41:32,157 --> 00:41:36,228 And the weird thing is that it works. 418 00:43:49,995 --> 00:43:50,996 Yeah, come on. 419 00:43:51,930 --> 00:43:54,199 First time I heard 'Sympathy For The Devil' 420 00:43:54,366 --> 00:43:57,202 I was in a house I lived in in Sussex. 421 00:43:57,669 --> 00:44:01,306 And Mick came for dinner and he sang it on the front doorstep. 422 00:44:02,808 --> 00:44:05,944 That started off as a very sort of Dylan-esque ballad. 423 00:44:06,612 --> 00:44:10,682 Mick or I sort of realised that this is an interesting song 424 00:44:10,849 --> 00:44:12,317 but not in this style. 425 00:44:12,484 --> 00:44:16,555 And so you start to search around for other ways. 426 00:44:17,156 --> 00:44:18,757 Because we had already been to Brazil 427 00:44:18,924 --> 00:44:21,693 we were very samba orientated. 428 00:44:22,127 --> 00:44:24,563 When we wanted to up the groove a bit, 429 00:44:24,730 --> 00:44:28,634 instead of making it into a rock song, we made it into a samba. 430 00:44:38,010 --> 00:44:42,681 My name is Osvaldinho da Cuica. 431 00:44:42,848 --> 00:44:44,917 I am a sambista. 432 00:44:47,553 --> 00:44:52,124 Samba is the soundtrack of our country. 433 00:44:52,791 --> 00:44:57,196 Samba was born from the oppressed. 434 00:44:57,362 --> 00:45:02,634 It was born from the needy, from the favelas, the slums. 435 00:45:02,801 --> 00:45:05,370 It is the voice of the people. 436 00:45:09,608 --> 00:45:11,610 Samba came from a feeling of rebellion. 437 00:45:11,743 --> 00:45:16,915 It came from a society that fought for its own space 438 00:45:17,082 --> 00:45:20,285 for a better way of life. 439 00:45:23,789 --> 00:45:27,226 Samba shows the good and the bad. 440 00:45:27,559 --> 00:45:29,194 It talks about God and the devil. 441 00:45:29,895 --> 00:45:33,665 When The Rolling Stones' music speaks about the devil, 442 00:45:33,865 --> 00:45:36,435 it speaks about reality. 443 00:45:36,868 --> 00:45:40,572 That's part of the universe. 444 00:45:54,987 --> 00:45:57,823 We're all just kind of in a state of shock. 445 00:45:58,090 --> 00:45:59,424 President Obama's just announced 446 00:45:59,625 --> 00:46:02,294 that he will visit Cuba on March 21st. 447 00:46:03,128 --> 00:46:04,796 It's actually pretty terrible news 448 00:46:04,963 --> 00:46:07,165 because it's roughly 12 hours after 449 00:46:07,332 --> 00:46:09,735 when our concert would take place. 450 00:46:10,469 --> 00:46:13,305 Everything that we had planned will need to be revisited. 451 00:46:13,805 --> 00:46:17,042 We just finally started having a picture of what it looked like 452 00:46:17,276 --> 00:46:20,345 and now I have no idea what this looks like. 453 00:46:21,146 --> 00:46:23,448 They don't feel like they can do The Rolling Stones 454 00:46:23,949 --> 00:46:26,385 and then bring in Obama like the next day. 455 00:46:26,585 --> 00:46:30,489 It's just too big of a jolt to their system. 456 00:46:31,156 --> 00:46:33,725 They are now formally requesting 457 00:46:33,892 --> 00:46:39,231 could we reschedule it five days later, i.e. the 25th? 458 00:46:40,732 --> 00:46:43,669 How long is it since an American president visited Cuba? 459 00:46:44,169 --> 00:46:46,049 Oh, we're talking sort of 80 years or something. 460 00:46:46,104 --> 00:46:50,242 80 years. So he wants to go on the day we've scheduled to go! 461 00:46:52,044 --> 00:46:54,546 I mean, you've gotta laugh. You'd cry, but... 462 00:46:55,314 --> 00:46:59,284 OK. Listen, listen. I'll talk to everyone else. 463 00:46:59,451 --> 00:47:03,522 I'll look at the dates, the holding point in Miami, 464 00:47:03,689 --> 00:47:05,324 you go and see if you can find the money 465 00:47:05,524 --> 00:47:06,925 and then we'll reconvene. 466 00:47:07,092 --> 00:47:08,293 Reconvene. OK. 467 00:47:08,427 --> 00:47:09,995 - All right, Mick. - Thanks so much. 468 00:47:10,162 --> 00:47:11,830 All right. Speak to you later. Bye. 469 00:47:20,072 --> 00:47:21,573 You've gotta be ready in life 470 00:47:21,707 --> 00:47:23,241 for unpredictable things to happen. 471 00:47:23,875 --> 00:47:25,644 You have to be ready for anything. 472 00:47:27,713 --> 00:47:31,350 Porto Alegre in Brazil was a fantastic feeling 473 00:47:31,983 --> 00:47:34,720 of just being out among the elements. 474 00:47:40,125 --> 00:47:43,128 Well, the rain stick is not infallible. 475 00:47:45,364 --> 00:47:46,404 You're out there with them 476 00:47:46,598 --> 00:47:49,534 and you're all being pissed on at the same time. 477 00:47:49,768 --> 00:47:54,673 And, there's another special bond created with the audience. 478 00:49:52,357 --> 00:49:56,228 Lima is enormous now compared to when, 479 00:49:56,394 --> 00:49:59,965 when I was here in 1968. 480 00:50:12,677 --> 00:50:15,280 It's like every other city in the world. 481 00:50:15,447 --> 00:50:18,283 Up they go, up they go, like tombstones. 482 00:50:20,719 --> 00:50:23,555 Fascinating to see again. 483 00:50:24,022 --> 00:50:29,094 I can't wait for this show cos it's never been on our list. 484 00:50:29,227 --> 00:50:32,397 This is our first time to play here professionally. 485 00:50:34,065 --> 00:50:36,468 Or even amateurly, when I think about it. 486 00:50:55,720 --> 00:50:59,357 The next steps on this tour are stepping 487 00:50:59,524 --> 00:51:02,127 through the known, into the unknown. 488 00:51:20,145 --> 00:51:23,682 Today we are doing a 'Parapa'. 489 00:51:24,149 --> 00:51:26,251 It's an offering to the 'Apos Guamanes', 490 00:51:26,384 --> 00:51:27,953 the Gods of the Andean world. 491 00:51:30,422 --> 00:51:36,494 This place, Cerro San Cristobal, is the highest peak in Lima 492 00:51:36,661 --> 00:51:41,366 and this way our offering can easily reach the Gods. 493 00:51:48,607 --> 00:51:50,318 The scissor dance began as an act of resistance 494 00:51:50,342 --> 00:51:52,010 against the Spanish 495 00:51:52,143 --> 00:51:55,647 who came to impose their own culture. 496 00:51:56,781 --> 00:52:01,052 What the dancers did is to resist their culture 497 00:52:01,686 --> 00:52:03,755 in order not to surrender to Catholicism. 498 00:52:11,663 --> 00:52:14,265 If I don't dance, then I can't be at peace. 499 00:52:14,833 --> 00:52:17,969 The art of the dance is in my heart. 500 00:52:23,341 --> 00:52:24,843 GLORY TO GOD 501 00:52:52,470 --> 00:52:55,006 I think when you go to a place, if you're a musician, 502 00:52:55,573 --> 00:52:59,411 it's great to see something of the local culture. 503 00:53:00,412 --> 00:53:01,680 Often we'd just have 504 00:53:01,846 --> 00:53:03,915 on the spur of the moment entertainment. 505 00:53:04,449 --> 00:53:07,552 And to have that little family backstage was a delight. 506 00:53:16,761 --> 00:53:17,762 Great drumming. 507 00:53:18,029 --> 00:53:21,032 There was this vibrancy of those dancers. 508 00:53:21,199 --> 00:53:25,103 I felt compelled to join in myself. 509 00:53:41,853 --> 00:53:46,891 I think one of the great gifts for a long life 510 00:53:47,092 --> 00:53:49,794 is that you're always learning and always discovering. 511 00:53:52,630 --> 00:53:54,432 Now we can't find them. 512 00:53:54,733 --> 00:53:58,069 - We can't find them? - We can't find them. 513 00:53:58,269 --> 00:53:59,571 When I'm in South America, 514 00:53:59,704 --> 00:54:01,744 I just feel like they wanna hear a bit of something. 515 00:54:02,107 --> 00:54:05,110 I don't really speak Spanish but I can kind of get by. 516 00:54:05,276 --> 00:54:06,544 Even better... 517 00:54:07,245 --> 00:54:10,381 So I just try to do research on each town. 518 00:54:10,982 --> 00:54:13,551 There's usually some really good food things. 519 00:54:13,718 --> 00:54:16,721 Like Peru, people like to eat hamsters. 520 00:54:16,988 --> 00:54:19,557 So, it's all good material. 521 00:54:21,126 --> 00:54:24,195 The food here is great. 522 00:54:25,930 --> 00:54:28,066 The best in South America. 523 00:54:31,069 --> 00:54:34,873 My daughter brought her guinea pig. 524 00:54:38,710 --> 00:54:42,046 And now we can't find it! 525 00:58:38,850 --> 00:58:39,850 Thank you! 526 00:58:46,891 --> 00:58:49,193 I suppose show-business, I'm a bit outside it. 527 00:58:49,360 --> 00:58:51,829 I've never really sort of believed it. 528 00:58:51,996 --> 00:58:55,133 It's a lot of bullshit, a lot of it. 529 00:58:57,035 --> 00:59:00,304 When I was 13, I had a newspaper and a pair of brushes. 530 00:59:00,671 --> 00:59:02,373 I had a banjo. 531 00:59:03,307 --> 00:59:05,610 Took the neck off and played the banjo. 532 00:59:06,477 --> 00:59:09,647 Then my dad bought me a drum kit from a bloke in the pub. 533 00:59:10,548 --> 00:59:11,649 And that was it. 534 00:59:16,888 --> 00:59:20,224 The biggest thing you can do as a drummer, really, 535 00:59:20,391 --> 00:59:23,928 is to have a room dance. Cos that's what it's about. 536 00:59:29,767 --> 00:59:33,104 You can't play the drums in the living room at home. 537 00:59:33,571 --> 00:59:35,907 It's not like a piano or a guitar. 538 00:59:36,240 --> 00:59:37,909 It's an accompanying thing. 539 00:59:38,743 --> 00:59:40,211 So you have to go on the road. 540 00:59:44,482 --> 00:59:46,851 I'm not playing for me, particularly. 541 00:59:47,718 --> 00:59:48,853 It's not about me. 542 00:59:48,986 --> 00:59:51,322 It's the thing that gives me most pleasure. 543 00:59:52,323 --> 00:59:53,991 Just keeping it together, really. 544 00:59:55,526 --> 00:59:59,664 I'm just doing the best I can... for them to play the song. 545 01:00:09,440 --> 01:00:10,942 You never announce the show 546 01:00:11,109 --> 01:00:14,745 until you are cast-iron sure that it's definitely on. 547 01:00:15,413 --> 01:00:21,285 So there's an exhalation of relief when it was announced. 548 01:00:22,687 --> 01:00:24,589 Well, we finally got a booked date 549 01:00:24,755 --> 01:00:27,959 and a signed contract to go to Havana on the 25th. 550 01:00:28,126 --> 01:00:30,194 It's been so much organisation 551 01:00:30,361 --> 01:00:34,232 and to and fro that it's quite a relief, actually, yeah. 552 01:00:34,398 --> 01:00:35,933 - Looking forward... - For you! 553 01:00:36,601 --> 01:00:39,403 Can I just say it's very difficult for Ron 554 01:00:39,604 --> 01:00:42,073 - to keep a secret about a gig. - Exactly, that's why! 555 01:00:42,240 --> 01:00:45,209 So I proved really good on this, haven't I? 556 01:00:45,343 --> 01:00:46,343 Yeah, yeah. 557 01:00:48,312 --> 01:00:51,382 A big, tricky thing now is to get the hotels done. 558 01:00:51,983 --> 01:00:55,386 We were looking at using a boat for a hotel and living on 559 01:00:55,786 --> 01:00:57,066 and quarters but now it's become 560 01:00:57,121 --> 01:00:59,123 too expensive and too much to deal with. 561 01:00:59,690 --> 01:01:01,392 When will I know if this show's happening? 562 01:01:01,592 --> 01:01:05,163 Probably not until we get off the plane in Havana. 563 01:01:05,663 --> 01:01:08,566 We're just being prepared for anything and everything, really. 564 01:01:08,766 --> 01:01:09,800 It's all you can do. 565 01:01:34,358 --> 01:01:38,229 Mexico, obviously being right on the border with the USA, 566 01:01:38,396 --> 01:01:41,799 I think that the Mexican people feel very closely 567 01:01:41,966 --> 01:01:44,068 musically involved with rock 'n' roll. 568 01:01:45,102 --> 01:01:48,973 It's where there isn't a border between Mexicans and Americans. 569 01:01:49,106 --> 01:01:51,943 And once again, it's music that can cross the bridge. 570 01:01:58,983 --> 01:02:01,185 I'm Javier Batiz. 571 01:02:01,719 --> 01:02:05,022 I was the leader of the Mexican counterculture. 572 01:02:05,790 --> 01:02:09,427 Carlos Santana was one of the people I taught to play. 573 01:02:09,927 --> 01:02:12,730 When I arrived in Mexico City in the 60s, 574 01:02:13,197 --> 01:02:15,066 people were very conservative. 575 01:02:15,266 --> 01:02:19,303 Alcohol was not sold in any form, no beer or anything. 576 01:02:19,503 --> 01:02:21,505 They wouldn't sell anything. 577 01:02:22,573 --> 01:02:27,445 Mexico City in the 60s became a city of Rock and Roll. 578 01:02:28,112 --> 01:02:31,949 It was something very new for the rulers. 579 01:02:32,283 --> 01:02:36,687 Then the city government began to get scared. 580 01:02:36,921 --> 01:02:40,124 They did not understand it was a new world, a new music. 581 01:02:41,225 --> 01:02:42,225 This is cool. 582 01:02:44,629 --> 01:02:46,597 Couple of guys I recognise. 583 01:02:46,964 --> 01:02:47,765 Alex. 584 01:02:47,932 --> 01:02:51,202 - Oh, maestro! - How are you? 585 01:02:51,569 --> 01:02:53,971 - Nice to see you. - Armando, this is my son Ty. 586 01:02:54,105 --> 01:02:55,905 - Hello. Nice to meet you. - Nice to meet you. 587 01:02:58,242 --> 01:03:00,211 - Yes! - Ah! Ha-ha! 588 01:03:00,811 --> 01:03:03,147 We played together in 2006, didn't we? 589 01:03:03,314 --> 01:03:05,383 - When The Stones came here. - Yeah, ten years ago. 590 01:03:06,951 --> 01:03:10,755 Armando put the festival on, right, in 1971? 591 01:03:11,188 --> 01:03:15,026 Yeah. Because we love rock 'n' roll 592 01:03:15,426 --> 01:03:17,561 and Mexican bands want to have a festival 593 01:03:17,728 --> 01:03:20,431 similar to the Woodstock festival. 594 01:03:20,631 --> 01:03:22,933 This is the crowd at Avándaro Festival. 595 01:03:23,067 --> 01:03:27,104 The most important festival in Mexico in rock 'n' roll history. 596 01:03:27,571 --> 01:03:30,675 They were expecting 10,000 people. 597 01:03:31,075 --> 01:03:33,911 But 500,000 arrived. 598 01:03:34,478 --> 01:03:37,748 They were very difficult years for young people. 599 01:03:38,849 --> 01:03:41,452 If they saw you with long hair and certain clothes, 600 01:03:42,053 --> 01:03:46,357 they would arrest you and you could spend time in jail. 601 01:03:47,625 --> 01:03:49,794 We protested with music. 602 01:03:49,960 --> 01:03:55,599 Our instruments were our weapons to tell the youth 603 01:03:55,966 --> 01:03:57,835 that the government was bad. 604 01:03:59,203 --> 01:04:01,205 Towards the end of '71, 605 01:04:01,372 --> 01:04:04,342 when the Avándaro Festival happened, 606 01:04:04,875 --> 01:04:09,213 the government got scared to see so many people gathered there 607 01:04:09,914 --> 01:04:11,949 and wanted to eradicate Rock and Roll 608 01:04:12,116 --> 01:04:14,151 from our country forever. 609 01:04:15,886 --> 01:04:18,422 They banned rock music 610 01:04:18,556 --> 01:04:22,093 after the Avándaro Festival until 1985. 611 01:04:40,010 --> 01:04:43,147 It was a punch in the gut for all Mexicans. 612 01:04:44,248 --> 01:04:46,584 How can you stop Rock and Roll? You can't. 613 01:04:46,751 --> 01:04:48,919 Stopping Rock and Roll is like stopping life. 614 01:04:49,854 --> 01:04:52,323 During the repression we never thought that 615 01:04:52,490 --> 01:04:54,759 we could one day have the chance 616 01:04:54,925 --> 01:04:56,961 to see them here in our country. 617 01:04:57,595 --> 01:05:01,065 The presence of the 'Rollings' for us is magical. 618 01:05:01,232 --> 01:05:02,933 It's like a dream come true. 619 01:06:09,233 --> 01:06:10,968 Having The Rolling Stones here in Mexico 620 01:06:11,101 --> 01:06:12,303 has created euphoria. 621 01:06:17,875 --> 01:06:19,877 The Rolling Stones were part of the revolution 622 01:06:20,044 --> 01:06:21,284 that took place here in Mexico, 623 01:06:21,512 --> 01:06:22,813 in the freedom of expression. 624 01:06:26,050 --> 01:06:28,352 The guitar is very important in Mexico. 625 01:06:28,786 --> 01:06:32,690 Here when a baby is born, they send mariachis... 626 01:06:33,958 --> 01:06:35,025 out of joy. 627 01:06:35,392 --> 01:06:38,629 When you die, the farewell is with mariachi music too, 628 01:06:39,196 --> 01:06:40,196 with guitar. 629 01:06:41,065 --> 01:06:44,869 We're born with music. We die with music. 630 01:07:22,072 --> 01:07:25,409 Mexico is a big guitar country. 631 01:07:25,609 --> 01:07:28,712 If there's an instrument in the house, it'll be a guitar. 632 01:07:31,148 --> 01:07:34,585 As a kid, it was the instrument that just caught my eye. 633 01:07:34,752 --> 01:07:38,389 I don't know if it was talking to me or I was talking to it. 634 01:07:38,589 --> 01:07:41,225 Anyway, we got together like that. 635 01:08:13,223 --> 01:08:18,629 I felt I'd been given a very complicated puzzle to solve. 636 01:08:19,563 --> 01:08:25,436 And if I could just figure a little bit more out every time, 637 01:08:26,236 --> 01:08:28,772 then there was another bit of the puzzle solved. 638 01:08:28,906 --> 01:08:32,443 I'm still doing it, it still mystifies me, the damn thing. 639 01:08:38,315 --> 01:08:40,117 Not many people get a chance to do this 640 01:08:40,284 --> 01:08:43,787 with thousands of people as a job. 641 01:08:47,191 --> 01:08:52,062 Olé Olé Olé, Richards. 642 01:08:53,063 --> 01:08:55,833 Olé Olé Olé... 643 01:08:56,634 --> 01:08:59,269 When you're exchanging that much appreciation 644 01:08:59,436 --> 01:09:03,641 to each other, it's profoundly touching. 645 01:09:06,443 --> 01:09:10,914 Olé Olé Olé, Richards. 646 01:09:12,783 --> 01:09:18,989 Olé Olé Olé, Richards. 647 01:09:19,990 --> 01:09:22,126 It's not something you can ever get used to. 648 01:09:22,292 --> 01:09:25,763 It always touches you when it happens. 649 01:09:26,363 --> 01:09:31,902 I don't think anybody could remain impervious to that. 650 01:09:34,571 --> 01:09:36,707 You realise that you've gone to heaven. 651 01:11:22,746 --> 01:11:23,746 Thank you. 652 01:11:30,788 --> 01:11:32,222 I was feeling pretty good. 653 01:11:32,389 --> 01:11:34,358 The Cubans were doing everything they promised. 654 01:11:34,558 --> 01:11:37,161 'Opie' has production covered, so I'm starting to think, 655 01:11:37,661 --> 01:11:40,063 "Maybe we've got this. Maybe it's gonna work." 656 01:11:40,230 --> 01:11:41,832 And then out of the blue, 657 01:11:42,432 --> 01:11:45,569 the Pope decides to pick a fight with The Rolling Stones. 658 01:11:46,403 --> 01:11:47,971 Woke up with some frantic calls 659 01:11:48,105 --> 01:11:51,742 from my counterparts in the government here. 660 01:11:52,342 --> 01:11:55,345 There is now concern about the concert 661 01:11:55,546 --> 01:11:59,449 taking place on March 25th because it's Good Friday. 662 01:11:59,683 --> 01:12:02,186 And this is of course after we had to reschedule 663 01:12:02,352 --> 01:12:06,557 the original date of March 20th because of the Obama visit. 664 01:12:06,924 --> 01:12:10,961 And I just, about lost it at that point. 665 01:12:11,195 --> 01:12:13,530 It's just ridiculous. It truly is ridiculous. 666 01:12:14,731 --> 01:12:16,233 The Pope's got his own agenda. 667 01:12:16,400 --> 01:12:18,769 For him to object what day we gonna play, 668 01:12:18,902 --> 01:12:21,405 it's a bit cheeky as far as I'm concerned. 669 01:12:21,605 --> 01:12:23,240 He's not my manager. 670 01:12:24,408 --> 01:12:26,710 And we went, "No. We're not moving." 671 01:12:27,311 --> 01:12:30,180 Joyce wrote this very strong, impassioned letter 672 01:12:30,347 --> 01:12:33,116 to the Cuban government saying why we're not moving 673 01:12:33,283 --> 01:12:35,853 and shouldn't have to move. And they bought it. 674 01:12:36,320 --> 01:12:39,189 So, we're back on. 675 01:12:43,794 --> 01:12:44,928 This is a new day. 676 01:12:45,829 --> 01:12:47,097 This is a new day. 677 01:12:48,966 --> 01:12:51,902 Even as Cubans prepare for the arrival of The Rolling Stones, 678 01:12:53,370 --> 01:12:56,039 we're moving ahead with more events and exchanges 679 01:12:56,206 --> 01:12:58,909 that bring Cubans and Americans together as well. 680 01:13:30,040 --> 01:13:34,611 The other day the President of the United States came to Cuba. 681 01:13:37,447 --> 01:13:39,449 Countries have to exchange things with each other 682 01:13:39,783 --> 01:13:41,585 in musical terms but political too. 683 01:13:43,420 --> 01:13:44,755 Music has no borders. 684 01:13:45,022 --> 01:13:47,291 If Cuba has no music, it has no life. 685 01:13:58,902 --> 01:14:00,604 My name is Franco Pablanco. 686 01:14:01,638 --> 01:14:04,074 I've been a mechanic for 23 years. 687 01:14:05,842 --> 01:14:07,878 My passion is fixing old cars. 688 01:14:08,478 --> 01:14:09,613 I spend all my time here, 689 01:14:10,347 --> 01:14:11,648 with American cars. 690 01:14:15,452 --> 01:14:19,389 The embargo affects us in all ways. 691 01:14:21,091 --> 01:14:22,826 Parts don't come in, nothing comes in. 692 01:14:23,927 --> 01:14:26,964 They don't exist, so we have to do things ourselves. 693 01:14:27,130 --> 01:14:28,865 And it gets done. By hand. 694 01:14:29,132 --> 01:14:32,869 Fixing them, passing them down to our children, cousins. 695 01:14:35,105 --> 01:14:36,940 Changes are happening. 696 01:14:37,641 --> 01:14:39,910 Because for 80 years the President of the United States 697 01:14:40,077 --> 01:14:41,078 has not come to Cuba. 698 01:14:41,812 --> 01:14:42,812 And he came. 699 01:14:42,913 --> 01:14:44,047 The future is out there. 700 01:15:20,550 --> 01:15:22,552 I have been doing this job for many years. 701 01:15:23,820 --> 01:15:26,323 I like it because people come to me with a broken instrument 702 01:15:26,490 --> 01:15:28,759 and I am able to save it for them. 703 01:15:31,028 --> 01:15:32,638 If there weren't people taking care of these things, 704 01:15:32,662 --> 01:15:33,982 there wouldn't be any instruments, 705 01:15:34,064 --> 01:15:35,232 there would be no music. 706 01:15:36,800 --> 01:15:38,668 I have lived all my life with the embargo. 707 01:15:39,269 --> 01:15:40,989 There started to be a shortage of everything 708 01:15:41,571 --> 01:15:44,207 and things stopped coming into our country. 709 01:15:44,408 --> 01:15:46,076 The musicians themselves had nowhere 710 01:15:46,243 --> 01:15:47,878 to buy their instruments. 711 01:15:48,812 --> 01:15:50,180 You have to keep improvising. 712 01:15:50,347 --> 01:15:51,915 There are no strings. 713 01:15:52,749 --> 01:15:54,260 You can walk around the stores in Havana 714 01:15:54,284 --> 01:15:55,886 and you won't find any. 715 01:15:56,920 --> 01:16:01,291 There are even people who make the strings. 716 01:16:02,092 --> 01:16:04,127 But for the metal parts they use wire coil 717 01:16:04,261 --> 01:16:06,229 taken from burned out engines. 718 01:16:08,965 --> 01:16:11,034 I think that a new Cuba is being born 719 01:16:11,568 --> 01:16:14,805 and I am convinced we will move forward 720 01:16:14,971 --> 01:16:19,209 and new generations will be able to enjoy something much better. 721 01:16:40,764 --> 01:16:42,566 Everything you see, we brought. 722 01:16:42,732 --> 01:16:44,434 The stage, the towers, the video. 723 01:16:44,634 --> 01:16:47,437 We brought a lot of heavy equipment and a lot of crew, 724 01:16:47,637 --> 01:16:50,340 just so the technical side could all work and we could work 725 01:16:50,540 --> 01:16:52,309 with everybody locally to make it right. 726 01:16:56,746 --> 01:16:58,548 There has absolutely come a moment 727 01:16:58,715 --> 01:17:00,717 when now it's one group and it's not two groups. 728 01:17:00,884 --> 01:17:03,787 And the Cubans are helping us with anything that they can 729 01:17:03,954 --> 01:17:06,723 and our team have learnt their sensibilities, 730 01:17:06,890 --> 01:17:08,425 what's important to them, what's not. 731 01:17:23,640 --> 01:17:24,841 As is already well known, 732 01:17:25,008 --> 01:17:28,245 on this Friday, March 25th, at 8:30pm, 733 01:17:28,678 --> 01:17:31,681 the concert of the famous British band 734 01:17:31,982 --> 01:17:34,351 The Rolling Stones will be held 735 01:17:34,551 --> 01:17:36,653 in the vicinity of Havana Sports Complex 736 01:17:40,223 --> 01:17:42,626 We're on the plane to Havana 737 01:17:43,426 --> 01:17:45,996 and we're gonna land in about 15 minutes. 738 01:17:46,563 --> 01:17:49,065 It's very gratifying cos lots of people 739 01:17:49,232 --> 01:17:51,768 have worked very hard to make it happen. 740 01:17:52,836 --> 01:17:58,208 We've trolled this world continuously for 50 odd years 741 01:17:58,341 --> 01:18:01,278 and to break into somewhere new 742 01:18:01,444 --> 01:18:04,748 is an exciting chapter for us all. 743 01:18:07,284 --> 01:18:11,688 It's a pleasure to be in Cuba for the very first time. 744 01:18:11,922 --> 01:18:15,992 Time changes everything and we're very pleased to be here. 745 01:18:16,159 --> 01:18:17,727 I'm sure it's gonna be a great show. 746 01:18:17,861 --> 01:18:19,901 Tomorrow, I think it is. God, is it really tomorrow? 747 01:18:19,963 --> 01:18:20,963 Yeah. 748 01:18:38,949 --> 01:18:42,686 We're full of anticipation and excitement. 749 01:18:42,852 --> 01:18:45,288 It's gonna be a real adventure of discovery. 750 01:20:05,802 --> 01:20:07,837 The Rolling Stones, when I was young, 751 01:20:08,972 --> 01:20:11,012 if you listened to that music you would be arrested. 752 01:20:11,141 --> 01:20:13,643 And if you had it recorded, they came, 753 01:20:13,810 --> 01:20:15,930 took everything from you and you were taken to prison. 754 01:20:16,946 --> 01:20:20,950 At least we will have the freedom to listen to them now. 755 01:20:27,290 --> 01:20:29,592 This is something many generations including mine 756 01:20:29,759 --> 01:20:32,062 had stolen by this government. They stole our youth. 757 01:20:32,429 --> 01:20:34,864 So today you can imagine, after all these years, 758 01:20:35,065 --> 01:20:38,635 being able to experience this myself is something really big 759 01:20:38,802 --> 01:20:41,237 to every Cuban who loves rock. 760 01:20:42,005 --> 01:20:46,309 When I first heard a record by The Rolling Stones in 1965, 761 01:20:46,476 --> 01:20:49,512 that was truly underground music in Cuba. 762 01:20:49,746 --> 01:20:53,183 I personally went to jail for listening to a song in a park. 763 01:20:53,583 --> 01:20:56,286 To be able to go up to the police and say 764 01:20:56,453 --> 01:20:58,955 'Look, today I've been able to listen to this music freely'. 765 01:20:59,122 --> 01:21:02,992 After 50 years this is like an overdose of freedom. 766 01:21:03,193 --> 01:21:05,328 Obama and The Rolling Stones all in one week! 767 01:21:06,029 --> 01:21:07,831 The chains are broken, censorship has fallen, 768 01:21:07,997 --> 01:21:09,799 everything went down. 769 01:21:09,966 --> 01:21:10,966 Viva Cuba! 770 01:21:11,167 --> 01:21:13,770 Rock and Roll, Cuba is free because of us! 771 01:21:17,073 --> 01:21:18,675 Viva Los Rollings! 772 01:21:49,506 --> 01:21:51,808 To have opportunities to play in new countries, 773 01:21:51,941 --> 01:21:54,010 and in the Cuba case, to play in a country 774 01:21:54,144 --> 01:21:55,688 where there's never been a rock concert, 775 01:21:55,712 --> 01:21:57,514 it's great to push those boundaries for us. 776 01:21:58,081 --> 01:22:00,250 When you play a place that you've never played before, 777 01:22:00,383 --> 01:22:01,918 you never know how it's gonna work 778 01:22:02,085 --> 01:22:04,687 and you don't know how the crowd's gonna behave. 779 01:22:06,222 --> 01:22:08,391 People never believed that this could happen. 780 01:22:08,691 --> 01:22:11,127 For the Cuban people, this represents hope. 781 01:22:11,261 --> 01:22:14,130 This represents new ideas, fresh ideas. 782 01:22:14,264 --> 01:22:17,233 And you can't help but feel that and be part of it 783 01:22:17,400 --> 01:22:18,868 and it's amazing. 784 01:22:19,035 --> 01:22:20,470 Did you see those kids running in? 785 01:22:20,670 --> 01:22:21,905 It was so exciting. 786 01:22:22,071 --> 01:22:25,442 Everyone is so pumped for this. It's a historic event. 787 01:22:25,909 --> 01:22:27,310 I think this is a bit surreal 788 01:22:27,510 --> 01:22:29,245 standing here, looking at this sight. 789 01:22:29,412 --> 01:22:32,749 Because in a way, you can't believe we finally got here. 790 01:22:33,550 --> 01:22:36,686 And I do feel very emotional. I do. 791 01:22:37,954 --> 01:22:40,356 Oh, don't have me crying on camera. That's awful. 792 01:22:43,726 --> 01:22:46,663 Olé Olé Olé... 793 01:22:49,799 --> 01:22:52,602 Olé Olé Olé... 794 01:22:58,741 --> 01:23:00,477 I had a good look at the crowd. 795 01:23:00,677 --> 01:23:01,744 - You have? - Yeah. 796 01:23:01,911 --> 01:23:03,746 - Is it good? - Pretty good. 797 01:23:03,913 --> 01:23:06,316 It's very 'festively', as you'd expect. 798 01:23:06,483 --> 01:23:08,151 Who knows what it's like? 799 01:23:09,252 --> 01:23:10,286 Where we're going? 800 01:23:32,742 --> 01:23:34,844 - Hey, 'Opie'. - Hey, 'Opie'. 801 01:23:35,311 --> 01:23:36,846 Thanks for everything, mate. 802 01:23:36,980 --> 01:23:39,082 Fantastic job. Thank you so much. 803 01:23:43,753 --> 01:23:44,787 Here we go. 804 01:23:46,556 --> 01:23:48,391 - Congratulations. - We haven't done it yet. 805 01:23:52,428 --> 01:23:55,532 - See you back in England. - Yeah. See you next week. 806 01:24:32,268 --> 01:24:34,871 They're gonna see something they've never seen before. 807 01:24:35,038 --> 01:24:37,507 And they're gonna hear something they've never heard before. 808 01:24:38,541 --> 01:24:42,211 That's the name of the game. 809 01:24:45,648 --> 01:24:48,084 Ladies and gentlemen 810 01:24:49,485 --> 01:24:51,821 The Rolling Stones! 811 01:26:37,760 --> 01:26:38,760 Yeah! 812 01:27:39,021 --> 01:27:40,021 Come on. 813 01:27:45,928 --> 01:27:48,631 For some people that have lived through the bans 814 01:27:48,798 --> 01:27:50,800 and everything, it's a very emotional moment. 815 01:27:50,967 --> 01:27:54,570 I talked to a lot of the older people that were going 816 01:27:54,704 --> 01:27:57,440 and they were quite emotional about this. 817 01:27:57,640 --> 01:27:59,408 Much more than I thought they were gonna be. 818 01:27:59,942 --> 01:28:01,144 I mean, I'm always like, 819 01:28:01,310 --> 01:28:04,347 "Yeah, it's just The Rolling Stones playing Cuba, so what?" 820 01:28:04,547 --> 01:28:06,749 But I realised to them it's something 821 01:28:06,916 --> 01:28:08,756 that they never, ever thought was gonna happen. 822 01:28:29,772 --> 01:28:30,807 Thank you! 823 01:28:33,643 --> 01:28:36,646 We know that years ago 824 01:28:36,779 --> 01:28:40,750 it was difficult to listen to our music in Cuba. 825 01:28:43,953 --> 01:28:48,124 I think that things are finally changing. 826 01:28:49,759 --> 01:28:51,327 Are you ready? 827 01:32:12,194 --> 01:32:13,262 Come on, Keith. 828 01:32:23,506 --> 01:32:24,506 Come on. 829 01:34:29,431 --> 01:34:30,432 Hey! 830 01:35:02,064 --> 01:35:03,632 Thank you very much, everybody! 831 01:35:05,901 --> 01:35:07,236 Thank you so much, Cuba! 832 01:36:29,852 --> 01:36:31,887 I think it's a very poignant thing, 833 01:36:32,021 --> 01:36:34,556 that after you've been on the road for like 50 plus years 834 01:36:34,723 --> 01:36:37,726 that you can still get together and have a goal and achieve it. 835 01:36:38,961 --> 01:36:42,631 There is something there that sticks us together. 836 01:36:43,565 --> 01:36:46,035 It's nothing you ever catch us talking about. 837 01:36:47,303 --> 01:36:50,472 I feel that I'm incredibly blessed, really. 838 01:36:51,540 --> 01:36:54,209 It's a sort of camaraderie, isn't it? 839 01:36:55,144 --> 01:36:59,248 You don't even say anything and you know what Ronnie means. 840 01:36:59,381 --> 01:37:01,850 You know what Keith's laughing at. 841 01:37:01,984 --> 01:37:04,586 Or Mick, who won't even say anything. 842 01:37:05,354 --> 01:37:07,323 It's as deep as that, I suppose. 843 01:37:08,123 --> 01:37:09,425 When the tour's finished, 844 01:37:09,591 --> 01:37:10,959 we all go our separate ways 845 01:37:11,126 --> 01:37:14,863 but there's a magic that we all share. 846 01:37:15,798 --> 01:37:18,867 We have these amazing detailed memories of things 847 01:37:19,034 --> 01:37:22,604 that have happened in the past, that we've experienced together. 848 01:37:23,339 --> 01:37:24,606 They're so precious. 849 01:37:25,674 --> 01:37:29,645 That is the glue, the wobbly stuff that keeps us together. 66131

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