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30 ***days ***ago
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Interesting comment from Devonian on the Times site: "Charlie had it well sussed. Turn up, do the work, take the money and enjoy your life. In his case it was easy because he loved his work and was rather brilliant at it, with the swing of a jazz drummer. I bumped into him twice whilst out and about. At a wedding in the Cotswolds in the early 80s, Charlie and his wife were at the next ta
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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‘For Christmas Charlie gave me a Bronze Age sword’ Charlie’s appetite for collecting was voracious. First-edition books, silverware, flatware, records, photographs… His war memorabilia included bullets that were reputedly fired at the Battle of Little Bighorn in the Great Sioux War of 1876. “He was worse than me in some ways,” says Bill. “I collected all the memorabilia and small bits and
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EXCLUSIVE BOOK EXTRACT Charlie Watts: ‘Mick, I’m not your drummer. You’re my vocalist’ A year after the death of the legendary Rolling Stones drummer, Paul Sexton talks to Mick, Keith and Charlie Watts’ family about the man they loved Paul Sexton Friday September 02 2022, 2.00pm BST, The Times From his silver hair to his handmade shoes, Charlie Watts was approximately 68 inches of unde
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3 ***months ***ago
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Financial Times review: "Not since 1971 have the words “Hello Liverpool!” been uttered in the inimitable mockney drawl of Mick Jagger. That was the last time The Rolling Stones performed in the city of their old rivals, the Other Band — or the “local lads”, as Jagger put it, introducing a one-off cover of The Beatles’ “I Wanna Be Your Man”. True to character, The Stones gave it a bras
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4 ***months ***ago
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"It’s among their best late-1960s recordings, the band locking into the song’s groove while new boy Mick Taylor adds scorching slide guitar and Ian Stewart boils on piano. Mick Jagger, not a singer known for his emotional eloquence, engages deeply with the lyric’s hurt. Yet The Stones themselves didn’t release “I Don’t Know Why” — it finally appeared in 1975 on Metamorphosis, a grab-bag LP o
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4 ***months ***ago
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OGWT interview:
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5 ***months ***ago
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Interesting to hear Mick's financial advice (secondhand) toward the end of this podcast -- the Stones have the best advisors:
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9 ***months ***ago
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(I've heard that Mick is a Spectator reader so he will probably have seen this) "The moment I fell in love with music I’ve lived in Chelsea for the past 35 years. Since 2002, I’ve photographed everything I find interesting here — churches, streets, door knockers and pub signs, plus two old Chelsea pensioners chatting on a bench with their medal ribbons and rank pinned to thei
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10 ***months ***ago
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The rivalry between these 60s groups isn't really news. A Daltrey comment from 1982:
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10 ***months ***ago
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Saw this at the weekend: “Come and sit down!” he says, beckoning me over with a smile that’s immensely charming, but also clearly not to be messed with":
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10 ***months ***ago
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It's good to know that this poster has been bought by a fan and won't be locked up in a vault somewhere. Reminds me of Warhol's Love You Live artwork. I also like Francis Bacon's Three Studies for a Portrait (Mick Jagger):
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10 ***months ***ago
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Video of the auction:
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10 ***months ***ago
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A rare concert poster promoting The Rolling Stones’ run at the Windsor R&B club in the early Sixties sold for £30,000 on October 28. The red and black printed single sheet design for the Ricky Tick R&B club night at the Thames Hotel, Windsor, attracted huge interest before selling at Dawsons in Maidenhead. The price, man
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11 ***months ***ago
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"Very primitive technically, but it had the energy of the concert":
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***1 year ***ago
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Keith Moon gives Ronnie a hug and talks with Keith Richards before going on stage:
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***1 year ***ago
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#OnThisDay 1971: Mick Jagger got married - in a church, believe it or not. The news didn't get an interview with him, but did manage to grab his parents:
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***1 year ***ago
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"When Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were arrested for drug possession in 1967 at Richards’ home in West Sussex, my father ended up representing them. I would have been 15 at the time. There was a trial and they were nearly sent to prison. In fact, they were sent to prison for one night and my dad got them out on bail. They were found not guilty on appeal, so we held this big party in the L
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***1 year ***ago
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Run with the Fox by the late, great Chris Squire:
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***1 year ***ago
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I agree, but it's all we have. The documentary is worth a look:
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***1 year ***ago
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Not just the audience. I have been informed that Jimi had also taken a few things that day...
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***1 year ***ago
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I remember Keith saying "We'll do that again" after messing up the intro to Happy in Dublin in 2003 -- why are there no videos of the two Point gigs?
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Brian's finest moment (I was there!):
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***1 year ***ago
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Voodoo Child: Foxy Lady:
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***1 year ***ago
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My relative was a producer on this film.
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2 ***years ***ago
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Keith Richards is on the phone from his back garden in Connecticut, comparing lockdowns with me. “We’re just hunkering down. It’s Alice in Wonderland here,” he cackles. “I’m keeping my head down and let’s see what happens, mate.” Keith is on the line and being filmed because he’s not going anywhere near a computer (“I don’t do mice,” he once told me). Mick Jagger, though, is Zooming in from hi
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2 ***years ***ago
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Mick, Keith and Jimmy interviewed for the Sunday Times:
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