The Rolling Stones, 1968
I have the slight impression that this was previously posted… If it were, just send a heads up and I’ll take this down.
— Ronni Money on Brian’s break from the The Rolling Stones. (via the-golden-stone)
“New York (in 1964 and ‘65) was wonderful and so on, and L.A. was also kind of interesting. But outside of that we found it the most repressive society, very prejudiced in every way. There was still segregation. And the attitudes were fantastically old-fashioned. Americans shocked me by their behavior and their narrow-mindedness. It’s changed fantastically over the last 30 years. But so has everything else (laughs).” ― Mick Jagger on American attitudes in 1964 and 1965.
© Photo by Terry O’Neill, in a London Park, 1965.
The Rolling Stones pictured in Green Park on January 11, 1967, London for a press conference prior to their departure for America where they are to appear on the Ed Sullivan coast-to-coast show a day after the press conference.
© Photos by Peter Stone.
Isn’t that Keith Moon or am I mistaken?
dont like people or you will get feelings and die