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Old 11-02-2012, 04:13 AM   #1
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A few days ago I seen a recent photo of the Rolling Stones promoting their upcomming tour. At first look at the photo I thought it was an artical about digging up dead people that died along time ago. DAMMMMMMM



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Those dudes have one foot in the grave, but they sure can rock.

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Mick Jagger can still rock it! He keeps himself very fit. On the other hand, I'm surprised Keith Richards didn't die 20 years ago.

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I saw those guys play in Wichita, Richards was so loaded he was playing in the wrong key. Ron Wood had to walk over to him and show him what key they were in. It's hard to believe that as many times as he's played those songs he could be in the wrong key. He must have been way toasted.

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it was a B&W photo something like that
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Mick Jagger can still rock it! He keeps himself very fit. On the other hand, I'm surprised Keith Richards didn't die 20 years ago.
He did he just does not know it yet
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Mick Jagger can still rock it! He keeps himself very fit. On the other hand, I'm surprised Keith Richards didn't die 20 years ago.
The latest interviews in the past few years from the band have really given way more credit to Keith Richards. He would write 80% of the song and pass out. A lot the time they just left the recorder on and played it back the next day to find a lot of their biggest hits. Those boys knew how to party.


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