Filmed in 1968 but not seen until 1996, THE ROLLING STONES ROCK-AND-ROLL CIRCUS transforms several major rock acts from the 1960s into circus routines. This lively concert film could not have possibly lived up to its "holy grail" legend, but the plotless, music-jammed hour (plus)
features a fascinating, heretofore unseen glimpse into the rock-pop culture of yesteryear.
In THE ROLLING STONE ROCK-AND-ROLL CIRCUS, Mick Jagger introduces a series of circus and music acts within a circus tent filled with rock fan spectators. Jethro Tull performs "Song for Jeffrey." The Who follow with "A Quick One (While He's Away)." An elderly couple from Sir Robert Fossett's Circus...