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2012年11月13日

When we meet again Introduced as friends Please don't let on that you knew me when I was hungry and it was your world



Ooh, I bet you're wondering how I knew
'bout you're plans to make me blue
with some other guy that you knew before.
Between the two of us guys
you know I love you more.
It took me by surprise I must say,
when I found out yesterday.
Don't you know that...

I heard it through the grapevine
not much longer would you be mine.
Oh I heard it through the grapevine,
Oh and I'm just about to lose my mind.
Honey, honey yeah.

I know that a man ain't supposed to cry,
but these tears I can't hold inside.
Losin' you would end my life you see,
cause you mean that much to me.
You could have told me yourself
that you love someone else.
Instead...

People say believe half of what you see,
son, and none of what you hear.
I can't help bein' confused
if it's true please tell me dear?
Do you plan to let me go
for the other guy you loved before?
Don't you know...




Nobody feels any pain
Tonight as I stand inside the rain
Ev'rybody knows
That Baby's got new clothes
But lately I see her ribbons and her bows
Have fallen from her curls
She takes just like a woman, yes she does
She makes love just like a woman, yes she does
And she aches just like a woman
But she breaks just like a little girl.

Queen Mary, she's my friend
Yes, I believe I'll go see her again
Nobody has to guess
That Baby can't be blessed
Till she finally sees that she's like all the rest
With her fog, her amphetamine and her pearls
She takes just like a woman, yes she does
She makes love just like a woman, yes she does
And she aches just like a woman
But she breaks just like a little girl.

It's was raining from the first
And I was dying there of thirst
So I came in here
And your long-time curse hurts
But what's worse
Is this pain in here
I can't stay in here
Ain't it clear that.

I just can't fit
Yes, I believe it's time for us to quit
When we meet again
Introduced as friends
Please don't let on that you knew me when
I was hungry and it was your world
Ah, you fake just like a woman, yes you do
You make love just like a woman, yes you do
Then you ache just like a woman
But you break just like a little girl.



Lately I have had this strangest feeling,
with no vivd reasons here to find.
Yet the thought of losing's been hanging, round my mind...
Far more frequently you're wearing perfume,
with you say, "No special place to go"
But when I ask will you be coming back soon,
you don't know, never know.
Well, I'm a man of many wishes,
I hope my premonition misses,
but what I really feel, my eyes won't let me hide,
cause they always start to cry.
cause it's time could mean goodbye.
Lately I've been staring in the mirror,
very slowly picking me apart.
Tryin' to tell myself I have no reason, with your heart.
Just the other night while you were sleeping,
I vaguely heard you whisper someone's name.
But when I ask you of the thoughts you're keeping,
you just say, nothing's changed.
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2012年11月12日

She asked me why The singer's name was Alice I said, listen baby You really wouldn't understand


She struts into the room
Well, I don't know her
But with a magnifying glance
I just sort of look her over

We have a drink or two
Well, maybe three
And then suddenly she starts telling me
Her life story, she says

"Baby, if you wanna be my lover
You better take me home
'Cause it's a long, long way to paradise
And I'm still on my own"

I told her that I came
From Detroit City
And I played guitar
In a long-haired rock 'n' roll band

She asked me why
The singer's name was Alice
I said, listen baby
You really wouldn't understand, then I said

"Baby, if you wanna be my lover
You better take me home
'Cause it's a long, long way to paradise
And I'm still on my own, on my own"

"Oh baby, if you wanna be my lover
You better take me home
'Cause it's a long, long way to paradise
And I'm still on my own, own"





Someone told me long ago
There’s a calm before the storm
I know, and it’s been coming for sometime
When it’s over so they say
It’ll bring a sunny day
I know, shining down like water

I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain
I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain
Coming down on a sunny day

Yesterday and days before
Sun is cold and rain is hot
I know, been that way for all my time
Till forever on it goes
Fill the circle fast and slow
I know, and I can’t stop my wonder

I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain
I wanna know, have you ever seen the rain
Coming down on a sunny day




People say I'm the life of the party
Because I tell a joke or two
Although I might be laughing loud and hearty
Deep inside I'm blue
So take a good look at my face
You'll see my smile looks out of place
If you look closer, it's easy to trace
The tracks of my tears..
I need you, need you
Since you left me if you see me with another girl
Seeming like I'm having fun
Although she may be cute
She's just a substitute
Because you're the permanent one..
So take a good look at my face
You'll see my smile looks out of place
If you look closer, it's easy to trace
The tracks of my tears..
I need you, need you
Outside I'm masquerading
Inside my hope is fading
Just a clown oh yeah
Since you put me down
My smile is my make up
I wear since my break up with you..
So take a good look at my face
You'll see my smile looks out of place
If you look closer, it's easy to trace
The tracks of my tears
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Stones & Country


Wading through the waste stormy winter
And there's not a friend to help you through
Trying to stop the waves behind your eyeballs
Drop your reds drop your greens and blues

Thank you for your wine, california
Thank you for your sweet and bitter fruits
Yes, Ive got the desert in my toenail
And hid the speed inside my shoe

But come on come on down sweet virginia
Come on honey child I beg of you

Come on come on down you got it in you
Got to scrape that shit right off your shoes



Well, when you're sitting there
In your silk upholstered chair
Talking to some rich folks that you know
Well I hope you won't see me
In my ragged company
You know I could never be alone

Take me down little Susie, take me down
I know you think you're the Queen of the Underground
And you can send me dead flowers every morning
Send me dead flower by the mail
Send me dead flowers to my wedding
And I won't forget to put roses on your grave

Well, you're sitting back
In your rose pink Cadillac
Making bets on Kentucky Derby Day
I'll be in my basement room
With a needle and a spoon
And another girl can take my pain away

Take me down little Susie, take me down
I know you think you're the Queen of the Underground
And you can send me dead flowers every morning
Send me dead flower by the mail
Send me dead flowers to my wedding
And I won't forget to put roses on your grave

Take me down little Susie, take me down
I know you think you're the Queen of the Underground
And you can send me dead flowers every morning
Send me dead flower by the US mail
Say it with dead flowers at my wedding
And I won't forget to put roses on your grave
No I won't forget to put roses on your grave



I was drivin’ home early Sunday morning
Through Bakersfield,
Listening to gospel music on the coloured radio station,
And the preacher said: “You know you always have the lord by your side”
And I was so pleased to be informed of this
That I ran twenty red lights in his honour,
Thank you Jesus, thank you lord

I had an arrangement to met a girl, and I was kind of late
And I thought by the time I got there she’d be off,
She’d be off with the nearest truck driver she could find
Much to my surprise there she was sittin’ in a corner
Little bleary, worse for wear and tear
Was a girl with far away eyes
Well I tell you

So if you’re down on you’re luck, and you can’t harmonize
Find a girl with far away eyes
And if you’re downright disgusted
And life ain’t worth a dime
Get a girl with far away eyes
Well

Well the preacher kept right on saying
That all I had to do was send ten dollars
To the church of the sacred bleeding heart of Jesus,
Located somewhere in Los Angeles, California
And next week they’d say my prayer on the radio
And all my dreams would come true
So I did, and next week I got a prayer for the girl
Well you know what kind of eyes she got,
Well I tell you

So if you’re down on you’re luck, I know you all sympathize
Find a girl with far away eyes
And if you’re downright disgusted
And life ain’t worth a dime
Get a girl with far away eyes
So if you’re down on you’re luck, I know you all sympathize
Get a girl with far away eyes
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Neighbours, do unto strangers, do unto neighbours, what you do to yourself (Jagger-Richards)


Neighbors, neighbors, neighbors
Have I got neighbors?
Have I got neighbors?
All day and all night

Neighbors
Have I got neighbors?
Ringing my doorbells
All day and all night

Ladies, have I got crazies?
Screaming young babies
No piece and no quiet
I got T.V.'s, saxophone playing
Groaning and straining
With the trouble and strife

Is it any wonder
Is it any wonder
Is it any wonder
That we fuss and fight

Neighbors, do unto strangers
Do unto neighbors
What you do to yourself, yourself, yourself

Is it any wonder
Is it any wonder
Is it any wonder
That we fuss and fight

Neighbors do unto strangers
Do onto neighbors what you do to yourself
Yourself, yourself, yourself
Neighbors, neighbors, neighbors

Neighbors, neighbors, neighbors
Do yourself a favour
Don't you mess with my baby
When I'm working all night
You know that neighbors
Steal off my table
Steal off my table
And doing alright, alright, alright

Neighbors do unto strangers
Do unto strangers
What you do to yourself
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Miss You



Ive been holding out so long
Ive been sleeping all alone
Lord I miss you
Ive been hanging on the phone
Ive been sleeping all alone
I want to kiss you

Oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh
Oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh
Oooh oooh oooh

Oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh
Oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh
Oooh oooh oooh oooh

Well, Ive been haunted in my sleep
Youve been starring in my dreams
Lord I miss you
Ive been waiting in the hall
Been waiting on your call
When the phone rings
Its just some friends of mine that say,
Hey, what's the matter man?
Were gonna come around at twelve
With some puerto rican girls that are just dyin to meet you.
Were gonna bring a case of wine
Hey, lets go mess and fool around
You know, like we used to

Aaah aaah aaah aaah aaah aaah aaah
Aaah aaah aaah aaah aaah aaah aaah
Aaah aaah aaah aaah

Oh everybody waits so long
Oh baby why you wait so long
Wont you come on! come on!

Ive been walking in central park
Singing after dark
People think Im crazy
Ive been stumbling on my feet
Shuffling through the street
Asking people, what's the matter with you boy?

Sometimes I want to say to myself
Sometimes I say

Oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh
Oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh
Oooh oooh oooh

Oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh
Oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh oooh
I wont miss you child

I guess Im lying to myself
Its just you and no one else
Lord I wont miss you child
Youve been blotting out my mind
Fooling on my time
No, I wont miss you, baby, yeah
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2012年05月16日

Keith Richards talks reggae…

In Jamaica they were getting two radio stations from the US that could reach that far with a very clear signal. One was out of Nashville, which played country music, obviously. And the other one was from New Orleans. And when I came back to Jamaica at the end of 1972, I realized that what they(d been doing was listening to these two stations and stacking them together. Listen to “Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On,” the reggae version that came out then by the Bleechers. The rhythm section is New Orleans, the voice and song are Nashville. You had basically the rockabilly, the black and the white stuck together in an amazing fashion. It was the same mixture of white and black that brought you rock and roll.
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I think Keith was kind of fascinated by country music. --Jim Dickinson

At Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, Alabama, we cut “Wild Horses”, “Brown Sugar” and “You Gotta Move.” The people that put the studio together – great bunch of southern guys, Roger Hawkins and Jimmy Johnson – famed musicians, part of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section – great soul records had been coming out there for several years – Wilson Picket, Aretha Franklin, Percy Sledge, it was on par with going to Chess Records, even though it was out of the way, we had wanted to record in Memphis.

Jim Dickinson: “Keith and I hit it off right away. Waiting for Jagger and whoever else, we started jamming. They still to this day think I’m a country piano player. I’m not sure why, because I can barely play country music. And I think Keith was kind of fascinated by country music. So we sat around that afternoon, playing Hank Williams songs and Jerry Lee Lewis songs, and they let me stay.”
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I reckon U can tell where someone came from by their musical tastes

Black American Music was going along like an express train. But Buddy Holly died, and Elvis was in the army gone wonky, white American music when I arrived was the Beach Boys and Bobby Vee. They were still stuck in the past. The Beatles were a milestone. Without the Beatles nobody would have broken the door down. And certainly they weren’t blues men. Beach Boys have very well-constructed songs, I took easily to the pop song idiom.

I’ve talked to guys like Joe Walsh about what they listened to when they were growing up, and it was all very provincial and narrow. He was listening to doo-wop and that was about it. Amazingly, he was first exposed to the blues, he said, by hearing us. Bobby Keys reckons he can tell where someone came from by their musical tastes.
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ボビー・キーズ

彼らは俺と同じテキサス/ラボック出身のBuddy Hollyの曲『Not Fade Away』をカヴァーした。
「この青白い顔した、変な英語を喋る、細い脚の奴らがバディーの歌で金を稼ぎにきたのか?奴らを蹴っ飛ばしてやる!」と思った。
同じ理由でビートルズも嫌っていた。本当は始めからストーンズを好きだったが認めなかった。いいよ、俺は一生ハーブ・アルパート&ティフアナブラスでも吹いてるからな、とツッパってみせた。ストーンズはヘッドライナーだったし、俺の 地元で俺の地元の音楽をやってのけることが許せなかった。三日間のイベントだったが、彼らはアメリカの音楽を俺たち以上によく知っていた。彼らには、エルヴィス、チャック、バディー、オービンソン、スコッティーの要素がたくさんあった。そして楽屋ではいつも音楽の話しをしてたし、ジョージ・ジョーンズの演奏を必死に研究していた。そして俺の顔を見るとすぐテキサス州の歴史について質問を投げかけた。とても人なつこい、研究熱心な奴らだった。特にギターのキースはね。そしてミックの歌はバディー並みに素晴らしかった。
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No, I’m not at all interested in what Paul (McCartney) does. Unfortunately, John Lennon’s dead… – Keith Richards

Led Zeppelin? I played their album quite a few times when I first got it, but then the guy’s voice started to get on my nerves. I don’t know why; maybe he’s a little too acrobatic. But Jimmy Page is a great guitar player.-Keith Richards
AC/DC
I’ve always liked AC/DC, all right?
- Keith Richards, 1988
AEROSMITH
Oh God, Aerosmith! They’re just rubbish – absolute bullshit. The singer (Steve Tyler) is quite a nice guy, mind you. He’s almost too bloody sweet. He’s very kind to me, anyway (smirk). Yeah, you know what I mean. He’s such a little sweetheart, really – what can you do with him? Punch ‘im in the mouth? Here, what are you playing at, fuckin’ impersonating me? – Slam! (Laughs)
– Mick Jagger, 1977
BEATLES
I liked John very much to start. We all had a good relationship with John. He seemed to be in sympathy with our kind of music, so we used to go out to clubs a lot… He was educated and very smart and cynical and funny and really amusing company. He had a very funny take on the rest of the Beatles… But I used to get on with Paul as well. Paul is very nice and easy to get on with – didn’t have the acerbic side. You always knew with John, you’re gonna be on the end of a lot of sarcastic remarks that you weren’t always in the mood for.
– Mick Jagger, 1995
No, I’m not at all interested in what (Paul McCartney) does. Unfortunately, John Lennon’s dead… – Keith Richards, 1997
DAVID BOWIE, TALKING HEADS, THE POLICE, EURYTHMICS
No one seems to be doing anything very innovative in stadium shows. I’ve seen David Bowie, I’ve seen Talking Heads and the Police, and I mean, is that all there really is?… I’m still waiting for something I haven’t already heard. But, I mean, there’s no stopping a record like Eurythmics’ – it’s just straight pop. Real good for what it is. Better than a lot of the bands earning money in arenas, I think, just for records.
- Mick Jagger, 1983
CHICAGO I would think contrived.
– Keith Richards, 1988
THE CLASH
I don’t feel connected with bands like the Clash, the bands that still play every night. I can only see them as repeats of everything that happened before. I think it’s a bit unfortunate, too, but I think no one would disagree with me. Most musicians in fact do agree with me. Bands like the Selector and the Specials, which are good bands, are repeats too. I mean, I
saw bands like that in 1959. It’s the same old thing done slightly differently. I like some of the shows I’ve seen.
- Mick Jagger, 1981
DURAN DURAN
Q: Do you like their records?
Mick: Who?
Q: Duran Duran.
Mick: (Closes eyes, smiles, remains silent for 15 seconds.)
Q: Uh, right…
Mick: (Laughs) C’mon, Chris, gimme a BREAK!
- Mick Jagger, 1984
GLORIA ESTEFAN
A Holiday Inn band, a club band that made it.
- Keith Richards, 1988
GUNS ‘N’ ROSES
I admire their guts. But too much posing. Their look – it’s like there’s one out of this band, one looks like Jimmy (Page), one looks like Ronnie. Too much copycat, too much posing for me.
- Keith Richards, 1988
THE HIVES, THE STROKES, THE VINES, THE WHITE STRIPES
I love it. It’s gratifying that people are realizing rock ‘n’ roll is still vibrant. It’s great that doors are opening but it’s hardly a breakthrough. Imagewise, it looks very much middle-’60s, but musically it’s more ironic. Obviously, it’s unapologetically taken from that era. They’re not trying to hide their influences any more than we were trying to hide that we got lots of ideas from Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters. I don’t have a problem with that. And I’m sure some of the bands will go on to create their own style.
- Mick Jagger, 2002
I haven’t really (listened to them). I’m looking forward to seeing them (on the tour). I don’t want to listen to the records until I see them. (But it is encouraging to see new guitar music being made.) That’s the whole point. What Muddy Waters did for us is what we should do for others. It’s the old thing, what you want written on your tombstone as a musician: HE PASSED IT ON. I can’t wait to see these guys – they’re like my babies, you know?
- Keith Richards, September 2002
INXS
INXS I’m quite interested in.
- Keith Richards, 1988
ELTON JOHN? Lovely bloke, but posing.
– Keith Richards, 1988
Led Zeppelin
I just read in Sounds the poll for awards. (Shakes his head in disagreement) For best songwriter, it said Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, followed by Ritchie Blackmore and some amazing people I don’t know. England is very strange, as far as its music goes.
– Keith Richards, 1977
ZIGGY MARLEY
Ziggy Marley I find interesting because he’s not just the son of.
- Keith Richards, 1988
GEORGE MICHAEL
Shave and go home. A wimp in disguise.
- Keith Richards, 1988
Ugh, the New York Dolls! What a load of rubbish!
– Mick Jagger, 1977
NIRVANA & PEARL JAM
I’m not in love with things at the moment. I was never crazy about Nirvana – too angst-ridden for me. I like Pearl Jam. I prefer them to a lot of other bands. There’s a lot of angst in a lot of it, which is one of the great things to tap into. But I’m not a fan of moroseness…
- Mick Jagger, 1995
PINK FLOYD & ELVIS COSTELLO
I liked the Pink Floyd show – better, anyway, than Elvis Costello’s. But I haven’t been interested in rock for years – I mean interested in it in the way of wanting to talk about it. It’s not really the 100% of everything I’m interested in. I guess, I never have been.
- Mick Jagger, 1981
POLICE
The Police are good old hands; I mean, Andy (Summers)’s from the same era as I am. I thought their reworking of Stand By Me – Every Breath You Take – was a beautiful record. The basic thrust of the song is real Drifters, a classic pop sequence with an extra twist thrown in. And Roxanne was one of our big favorites during the 1978 tour.- Keith Richards, 1983
IGGY POP
Iggy (Pop)’s all right. I saw him with David Bowie on that last tour – the band was pretty ropey, I thought. Here, but listen, I know who started all that! Lou Reed. Lou Reed started everything about that style of music, the whole sound and the way you play it. I mean, even WE’VE been influenced by the Velvet Underground… No, really. I’ll tell you exactly what we pinched from the very first Velvet Underground album. You know, the sound on Heroin. Honest to God, we did! – Mick Jagger, 1977
THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS
The Chili Peppers have a sort of sense of the theatrical, but they can’t take it anywhere. It’s become a bit cliché, just a guitar thing. Everybody wants to be Neil Young, and Pearl Jam is trying to drive ticket prices down. Doing that, they will never get themselves on a stage this big.
- Mick Jagger, 1995
THE SEX PISTOLS
Well (if Johnny Rotten said we should have retired in 1965), then he should definitely retire next year. He was on Tops of the Pops in England and that was a cop-out for the Sex Pistols. It’s difficult for Americans to know what Top of the Pops means, but it’s the only pop music show on television – and I do mean pop – and the only place for Top Twenty records and it’s the most banal – it’s aimed at a real teeny market, people with clean hair ad all that…. Now they’re on the front of the Rolling Stone. That’s a real cop-out. If I was Johnny Rotten, I wouldn’t do either. I wouldn’t do Top of the Pops and I’d tell Rolling Stone to go fuck themselves… I don’t care what Johnny Rotten says. Everything Johnny Rotten says about me is only ’cause he loves me ’cause I’m so good. It’s true. (Grins)… I’m not pleased at Johnny Rotten, who says all these nasty things about me. I know that he feels he has to because I’m, along with the Queen, you know, one of the best things England’s got.
- Mick Jagger, 1977
I don’t think that Bowie or Johnny Rotten or all the Zeppelins are anywhere in the future let alone the present. Jagger believes punk is today, is now. To think you’ve got to do something new just for the sake of doing it isn’t real. It’s the equivalent to when a lot of Dixieland bands added electric guitars, calling themselves R&B just to stay up with the times. For a band of the Stones’ position to do that would have been ludicrous. It’s fatal for the Stones to try that. Why the fuck do WE have to sound like the Sex Pistols for? What’s the point of listening to that shit? It’s for mass-media consumption.
- Keith Richards, c. 1977-78
PRINCE
I happen to think Prince is probably the best of all the newer (artists)… In his position, doing what he does, with what he does, he’s by far and away the best, I think. Most exciting, Prince is… He’s a good player, as well. When you’re that good, you don’t start nowhere. You can’t be half of these guys unless you’re grounded and, on top of that, have a very good natural ability.
- Charlie Watts, 1994
It’s fashionable to knock Prince now because he seems to have gone off on a tangent (laughs)… No, I think Prince is a great artist, very traditional in some ways. Prince has been overlooked. But he’s so incredibly in the mold of the James Brown sort of performer. He broke a lot of musical modes and invented a lot of styles and couldn’t keep up with himself. Very prolific, which is rare. Mostly people write three songs and repeat themselves. Prince has a lot of talent as a writer, and I’ve seen great performances by Prince. He’s outperformed almost everyone. I’d rate him at the top. I don’t think there’s a lot of competition from new artists.
- Mick Jagger, 1995
RAP
I mean, I’ve had enough of bloody rap. (Imitates rap over knee-slapped beat.) I mean, Mary had a little lamb, her fleece was white as fucking snow. What’s the attraction of that? This is kindergarten shit. It’s like karaoke. But I’m making records that people can listen to. Obviously, the attraction is there, until they all shoot each other – and they’re doing a good job of it. If you want to hear good rap, you should listen to early Jamaican dub, which is some really interesting stuff. At least they didn’t keep it to just one meter.
- Keith Richards, 1997
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
Oh, yeah, (I saw the Springsteen show). (Laughs) Sure, through the bear and everything. I liked it. I thought the band sounded wonderful; I thought he sounded wonderfully well. It was better than when I saw him last time around. I thought the drums sounded fantastic. I took the kids also. To tell you the truth, the kids did not like it very much.
- Mick Jagger, 1984
That’s a tough one, because I like the GUY… I love his attitude. I love what he WANTS to do. I just think he’s gone about it the wrong way. These are just my opinions, and OK, I’ll annoy the lot of you. Bruce? Too contrived for me. Too overblown.
- Keith Richards, 1988
THE STRANGLERS
Don’t you think the Stranglers are the worst thing you’ve ever fuckin’ heard? I do. They’re hideous, rubbishy… so bloody stupid. Fuckin’ nauseatin’, they are.
THE STRAY CATS
We wanted the new record (Undercover) to sound very 1983, as opposed to something very period, like the Stray Cats. They’re very good, but not what I’m after at the moment.
- Mick Jagger, 1983
Mick and I picked up on the Stray Cats before anybody else did and tried to sign them to the Stones’ label. Brian Setzer’s an excellent player and they’re all nice guys.
- Keith Richards, 1983
STEVE WINWOOD
He’s a great musician but… he’s kind of faceless. A great voice, but that’s not enough.
- Keith Richards, 1988
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