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Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: Bliss ()
Date: August 12, 2017 10:50

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Lee Radziwill

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Date: August 12, 2017 11:06

Yes there are many women who I have heard say just that about Jagger. One of my sisters would say that about him. I'd have a magazine with a photo spread, and she's lean in and go "Yuck! Jagger, the Whoremaster!" LOL
Now, I can not speak for girls I don't know, but I know my sister, and I am positive that if he had snapped his finger at her, she'd have jumped.

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: Maindefender ()
Date: August 12, 2017 11:08

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Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: steffialicia ()
Date: August 12, 2017 14:53

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Palace Revolution 2000
Yes there are many women who I have heard say just that about Jagger. One of my sisters would say that about him. I'd have a magazine with a photo spread, and she's lean in and go "Yuck! Jagger, the Whoremaster!" LOL
Now, I can not speak for girls I don't know, but I know my sister, and I am positive that if he had snapped his finger at her, she'd have jumped.

High

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: August 18, 2017 20:12

Thanks for the link!

Is that Keith at 7:13" ??



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Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: Aquamarine ()
Date: August 19, 2017 09:33

Remind me, she's Jackie Kennedy's sister? I used to know all this stuff at one time. confused smiley

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: jlowe ()
Date: August 19, 2017 23:38

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Aquamarine
Remind me, she's Jackie Kennedy's sister? I used to know all this stuff at one time. confused smiley

She is indeed. That seems to be her main claim to fame.
One wonders why she went on the 1972 tour. She'accompanied' the very camp Truman Capote who was not a fan of the Stones yet had been asked by Rolling Stone to write a piece on the tour. Lee thought Mick was repulsive.
Can't imagine what Keith made of them both.
I don't think Capote completed his assignment.

Mick should have stuck to his rule regarding taking women on tour. Quote:
'There is no point in taking women on tour unless they have a job to do, or are there to screw. Otherwise all they do is sit around and moan'.

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: Plink ()
Date: August 20, 2017 02:19

Photographic proof that Lee Radziwill was thoroughly repulsed by Mick:


Lee R., Mick & Bianca,


Lee R., Bianca & Mick



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Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: August 20, 2017 02:59

Charmed Life .... but did all the $$$$$ buy happiness ???? .....

ROCKMAN

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: shattered ()
Date: August 20, 2017 03:02

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Rockman
Charmed Life .... but did all the $$$$$ buy happiness ???? .....

Rockman....we will never know.

First the sun and then the moon
One of them will be around soon

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: August 20, 2017 03:06

.... I'll have ta ask Lisa ... she'll know

ROCKMAN

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: 35love ()
Date: August 20, 2017 13:24

Did the $$$ buy happiness?

From everything I've read (books on the Kennedy family, JFK life and death, etc.)
to pics and even this one off exception of an interview Sofia Coppola
Lee Radziwell seems the epitome of how to live life to the fullest.



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Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: stone4ever ()
Date: August 20, 2017 13:39

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Bliss
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Lee Radziwill

Well she certainly had insight into the real Mick at an early age.

Finding him repulsive is a bit strong though, i wonder why she said that.

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: stone4ever ()
Date: August 20, 2017 13:44

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Rank Stranger
Thanks for the link!

Is that Keith at 7:13" ??

Unless Keith was 60 when he was 30, NO

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: 35love ()
Date: August 20, 2017 16:48

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stone4ever
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Bliss
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Lee Radziwill

Well she certainly had insight into the real Mick at an early age.

Finding him repulsive is a bit strong though, i wonder why she said that.

SHE DID NOT SAY THAT!

1:50
'How is/was he?' (Mick Jagger, 1972 tour, Lee attended many shows)
"He was as you would expect - a leader, in COMMAND
The Commander
he stayed in control, etc etc etc"

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: drwatts ()
Date: August 20, 2017 16:49

I believe Keef referred to her as, 'Princess Radish'.

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: wonderboy ()
Date: August 20, 2017 17:07

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stone4ever
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Bliss
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Lee Radziwill

Well she certainly had insight into the real Mick at an early age.

Finding him repulsive is a bit strong though, i wonder why she said that.

I take it that she is saying she didn't find him attractive (that was the gist of the question) ... or probably he wanted to have a threesome with her and Bianca.

I can understand why Keith didn't like people like her hanging around.

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: 35love ()
Date: August 20, 2017 17:12

Oh yikes.
Not getting tacky gross groupie from this woman AT ALL.
Truman Capote, yes. Who asked her to attend w/ him, she said sure, why not,
and then what I heard:
It was FUN, dancing, sweaty mess, and she had a blast.

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: stone4ever ()
Date: August 20, 2017 17:15

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35love
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stone4ever
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Bliss
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Lee Radziwill

Well she certainly had insight into the real Mick at an early age.

Finding him repulsive is a bit strong though, i wonder why she said that.

SHE DID NOT SAY THAT!

1:50
'How is/was he?' (Mick Jagger, 1972 tour, Lee attended many shows)
"He was as you would expect - a leader, in COMMAND
The Commander
he stayed in control, etc etc etc"

YES SHE DID lol

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: 35love ()
Date: August 20, 2017 17:19

When she is specifically asked about Mick, at 1:30
How was he?
"About what you expect. Absolutely the leader, always in command, the one who stayed sober so he could manage others."
Did you find him sexy?
"I could see how others found him sexy
but I found him a little repulsive."

Tomato, Tomatoes.

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: stone4ever ()
Date: August 20, 2017 17:27

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35love
When she is specifically asked about Mick, at 1:30
How was he?
"About what you expect. Absolutely the leader, always in command, the one who stayed sober so he could manage others."
Did you find him sexy?
"I could see how others found him sexy
but I found him a little repulsive."

Tomato, Tomatoes.

Lol Yes Tomatoes



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Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: 35love ()
Date: August 20, 2017 17:54

She is a very refined lady. She and Jacqueline
reared with manners politeness cleanliness
Lee was at
The 1972 Rolling Stones Exile On Mainstreet Tour- Tequila Sunrise Tour
probably in the front 3 rows!
Sweaty Dirty Sex Drugs everywhere
She found it 'a bit repulsive'

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: jlowe ()
Date: August 20, 2017 23:52

How (or rather what did she do) to earn France's "Legion of Honour award' ?
I would have thought Mick, who has owned a home in France for the last 40 years and has at least achieved (in a professional sense) is more deserving of one.

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Date: August 21, 2017 21:28

Did the $$$ buy happiness?

Yes, as far as her social life, you probably couldn't have asked for more. The parties _people_places.
Her son died rather young. (Perhaps no grandchildren either.) She seemed to clash with her mother & I think her dad had a real drinking problem and didn't walk her or her sister down the aisle...

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: hopkins ()
Date: August 23, 2017 19:34

As someone has inferred; this could mean anything at all. That 'repulsive' reference. Not necessarily responding to his looks or anything in particular. Could have been an untoward comment he might have made, or not; could have been all the seedy sleaze they were sorta advertising with all the eoms cover art and etc...some of that romantic derring-do with heroin eventually enveloped jimmy, charlie, keith, mick tayor; enough, some of have suggested, including moi, actually more than contributed to the core destruction of the band; set that in motion anyway for sure. Mick never felt the same about Keith after that Canada bust...he felt abandoned most likely before he felt that he had to take over or lose the company...who knows? Can't blame her for tagging along with Capote, or making friends with the young couple...and I can't fault her for just speaking what she feels...she is certainly not tearing him down and screwing him into the ground; or telling specific naughty tales about any of The Stones, probably way including Commander Mike, and has not. ? thanks for thread; interesting.

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: bitusa2012 ()
Date: August 24, 2017 05:39

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hopkins
As someone has inferred; this could mean anything at all. That 'repulsive' reference. Not necessarily responding to his looks or anything in particular. Could have been an untoward comment he might have made, or not; could have been all the seedy sleaze they were sorta advertising with all the eoms cover art and etc...some of that romantic derring-do with heroin eventually enveloped jimmy, charlie, keith, mick tayor; enough, some of have suggested, including moi, actually more than contributed to the core destruction of the band; set that in motion anyway for sure. Mick never felt the same about Keith after that Canada bust...he felt abandoned most likely before he felt that he had to take over or lose the company...who knows? Can't blame her for tagging along with Capote, or making friends with the young couple...and I can't fault her for just speaking what she feels...she is certainly not tearing him down and screwing him into the ground; or telling specific naughty tales about any of The Stones, probably way including Commander Mike, and has not. ? thanks for thread; interesting.

Pretty clear what she meant - she found Mick repulsive. I don't think it needs analysis.

Did you find him sexy?
"I could see how others found him sexy
but I found him a little repulsive."


****** Rod - love the missus, the Stones, Springsteen, Travel, NYC, Cars and Apple.

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: August 24, 2017 08:26



YEAH Babeeeeeeee ... so repulsive .....

ROCKMAN

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: shattered ()
Date: August 25, 2017 04:50

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Rockman


YEAH Babeeeeeeee ... so repulsive .....

Is that a Evinrude or a Johnson 100?

First the sun and then the moon
One of them will be around soon

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: HankM ()
Date: August 25, 2017 05:45

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Bliss
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Lee Radziwill

Very interesting, thank you for sharing the link

Re: Lee Radziwill's recollections of the 1972 tour
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: August 25, 2017 10:36

Her reaction to being asked to speak about Onassis is fairly blunt ....

ROCKMAN



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