- Marianne Faithfull being fab as fuck to a misogynistic ass interviewer.
i love bowie so much
i just want to listen to him and sing about him and look at him and shout about him and read about him and dance to him and then listen to him some more
I don’t understand how to create a face page on my blog.
Yesterday I dreamed I was with the young Keith Richards and we had a serious relationship, kissing and cuddling each other. We were traveling to China with some friends of him that I don’t know if they really exist.
It was really funny and seems we got a really good relationship in my dreams
and he’s so cute and sweet!.
I never really cared about Keith (not talking about his music), but now I feel a kind of sweet affection for him, so I think I should put this here:
“I’ve never been able to go to bed with a women just for sex. I’ve no interest in that. I want to hug you and kiss you and make you feel good and protect you. And get a nice note the next day, stay in touch." - Keith Richards.
- Brian Jones in Charlie Is My Darling.
Mick loves Keith, you know. They’re like a married couple and they’re dearest friends. And it gave Mick a very good feeling to be able to help Keith. He did it staying with us in Woodstock. He got off heroin right on our couch. I don’t know if Keith even remembers this, but for a few weeks he was just lying there. Mick and I would feed him. And every time the clips fell off we’d hook them back on. And we’d cover him with a blanket at night…
He just slept and slept all the time. And he lost a lot of weight and when he got up he’d be so weak. And then he started getting better. You know the feeling you have when you have a child and you watch him grow? We were like Look, he’s having a bath! and Oh, did you see what he was doing today? He’s really much better.
Then when he started getting more together you could see him getting more macho. His ego thing was coming back and he’d start going out and throwing knives at trees. He started getting his temper back and we didn’t mind that because it was a good sign. And he started suntanning and started exercising and Mick talked to him a lot and it was so sweet to see. For Mick, seeing his friend get himself together is what made him really never want to take strong drugs again."
- Jerry Hall (1985): Mick and Keith in Woodstock.
- Keith Richards on George Harrison’s hand in getting The Rolling Stones a record deal; The Beatles: Off The Record.