Go-Carts, Gambling and Drugs: Rolling Stone shines a light on Exile on Main Street

Mickjagger_1Rolling Stone Magazine, to many, the American Bible of Rock’n’Roll, said "If you can’t bleed on the Stones, who can you bleed on?" of the groups 1971 masterpiece ‘Exile On Main Street‘. Now, 35 years later, the rock rag is showing a series of wonderful images taken of The Stones from that period, accompanied by anecdotals from people involved the bizarre recordings (including full sized roulettes wheels, herion and go-carts) in St Tropez ("a sunny place for shady people").

To see and read, follow this link to Rolling Stone Mag’s feature on Exile.

Mof Gimmers


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