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The Rolling Stones cause a riot at Royal Albert Hall, 1966

On September 23, 1966 The Rolling Stones played Royal Albert Hall. It was their first gig in England in more than a year. During their opening number, “Paint It Black,”  several hundred teenyboppers went apeshit and rushed the stage. A few broke the police barricade. A mini-riot ensued. Footage from the chaotic concert was used in the 1967 promo video for “Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?”

The following video begins with raw footage of the Royal Albert Hall fan frenzy followed by the promo for “Have You Seen Your Mother,Baby, Standing In The Shadow?”

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