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For an object lesson in the roiling, complicated, and rapidly hardening racial realignment of rock music in the late 1960s, there are few better cases than the Rolling Stones. The band’s five-year run from 1968 to 1972—a period that opened with the career-reviving single “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and lasted through their shambling, double-album masterpiece Exile on Main St. —is one of the great sustained creative peaks in all of popular music, and no rock band since has wielded more powerful and far-reaching influence over the music’s self-conception.

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