Directing the Beatles Was Just One Part of His Long and Winding Career

“Mick is creative,” he said, “but he’s also extremely practical.”

In 1968, around the time of the release of the Rolling Stones album “Beggars Banquet,” Mr. Jagger asked him to direct a TV concert film. A few weeks later, Mr. Lindsay-Hogg called Mr. Jagger and said, as he recalled it: “‘I’m going to say seven words to you: “The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus.”’ And he got it. It just sounded right.”

The production, filmed during a grueling one-day shoot on a…

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