KEITH RICHARDS et CHARLIE WATTS (1965).
IAN STEWART et MICK JAGGER (Savannah, 1965)
Ian Stewart & Mick Jagger, Savannah Ga. 1965
MICK JAGGER (Paris, 1965)
MARIANNE FAITHFULL (Londres, 1965)
Marianne, London 1965
BRIAN JONES, KEITH RICHARDS, CHARLIE WATTS, BILL WYMAN et MICK JAGGER (Copenhague, 1965)
The Rolling Stones in Copenhagen, March 1965. Photographed by Bent Rej.
When one Danish journalist asked Brian Jones what he would do when the Sixties ended, he answered, “Sit comfortably in a Cadillac and take it easy.” To another who asked, “Have you read books about the Stones’ career?” Brian answered, “Sure, we laugh at them, they’re so full of mistakes.”
When asked “Who writes your answers to the press conferences?”, Charlie Watts answered “Ringo.”
Keith Richards: “I am very glad to be here in Copenhagen. We’re in one of the best hotels I have ever been in.”
Bill Wyman: “First of all we’re ugly, and we don’t like each other — in fact we’re not even friends.”
Asked why they didn’t drink gin-and-tonic Mick Jagger replied, “It’s only for the upper classes.”
KEITH RICHARDS (NY, 28.10.1965)
Keith Richards at the New York Hilton, the 28th October 1965.
CHARLIE WATTS et BRIAN JONES (1965)
The Rolling Stones: Brian Jones and Charlie Watts lazing by the pool at the Clearwater hotel in Florida, 1965.
MICK JAGGER, KEITH RICHARDS, CHARLIE WATTS, BILL WYMAN et
BRIAN JONES - Terry O’NeilL (1965)
❝ We belong to a generation that’s separate from any other. We believe in what we’re doing. We’re happy to have the kids screaming for us. It gets me down to think that a lot of them will one day disappear into the drab nest. I hope all of them won’t. If only the whole world could stay young.❞ — Mick Jagger
© Photos by Terry O’Neill, 1965.