A blunt description was positioned under the photos of each Rolling Stone band member published on the jump page of the Nov. 14, 1964 Dayton Daily News.

3 slams from a 1964 review of the Rolling Stones in Dayton

The Rolling Stones played at Hara Arena on Nov. 13, 1964.

The next day, they were absolutely roasted by a music critic.

Gee Mitchell of the Dayton Daily News wrote in his column the next day that "The Rolling Stones gathered neither moss nor customers in Dayton last night."

Here are three more lines from Mitchell's blistering critique:

1. "They were on stage less than 20 minutes, did eight numbers — or whatever designation is given the component parts of their brand of noise."

2. "There was scarcely a squeal as the unkempt quartet skipped through the entrance."

3. "The difference in popularity on this side between the Stones and The Beatles indicates that there are after all, some things even teenagers won’t buy."

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