Favorite part of the story above, from September 1970:
Jagger claims rock artists and recording companies make too much money today. "I think the artist makes too much money. I don't like the huge corporations that record companies have become, and their obvious political affiliations. I think that what hangs a lot of American kids up is the fact that they go in and buy a record, you know, which is part of their way of thinking, expresses an opinion as well as music to them, is part of their life style. The company which sells a million of these records makes x million dollars and donates a large amount to a rightwing organization, or spends two million dollars developing some kind of new missile, electronic missile device. Well, I think quite rightly, the kids want to separate themselves from that kind of business."
What would he suggest? "Right now there's no way," Jagger said, "unfortunately. And I don't think it's up to the musicians to think of the way. I think they should cooperate with the people that do. After all, the first primary consideration is making music, and they should stick to it. Otherwise they are going to dissipate themselves too much. I think it's up to other people who've got the organizing ability to be able to create a different outlet so these people are cut out."