Marianne Faithfull and Mick Jagger in Germany were Marianne filmed parts of “The Girl On A Motorcycle”, 1967. Photo by John Kelly.
“Public people put a lot of energy into what people think about them. Everyone does. I don’t care what they say. Everyone cares about it. You always want to control your image. I mean, you obviously can’t control it 100 percent. But if you’re a famous person, you obviously have a public personality that you try… that you want to project.” ― Mick Jagger.© Photos by Max Vadukul, 2013.
Mick Jagger by Michael Halsband.
“You’re sitting with some guys, and you’re playing and you go, “Ooh, yeah!” That feeling is worth more than anything. There’s a certain moment when you realize that you’ve actually just left the planet for a bit and that nobody can touch you. You’re elevated because you’re with a bunch of guys that want to do the same thing as you. And when it works, baby, you’ve got wings. You know you’ve been somewhere most people will never get; you’ve been to a special place.” ― Keith Richards, Life.© Photos by Ken Regan, October 1978, New York.
“Music is a language that doesn’t speak in particular words. It speaks in emotions, and if it’s in the bones, it’s in the bones..” ― Keith Richards.© Photos by Ken Regan, October 1977.
“Keith would always read me stories. We used to love Tintin and Asterix, but he couldn’t read French, and they were French editions, so he’d make the whole bloody thing up. It was only after years that I realized when I read Tintin that he didn’t know what the hell the story was about; he’d bluffed his way through the whole thing. Given all the smack, nodding out and that sort of thing, that is quite remarkable.” - Marlon Richards