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"I am still struggling to understand how my lover and best friend could end her life in this tragic way. 
We spent many wonderful years together and had made a great life for ourselves. 
She had great presence and her talent was much admired, not least by me. 
I have been touched by the tributes that people have paid to her, and also the personal messages of support that I have received.
 I will never forget her, Mick.”

"I am still struggling to understand how my lover and best friend could end her life in this tragic way.

We spent many wonderful years together and had made a great life for ourselves.

She had great presence and her talent was much admired, not least by me.

I have been touched by the tributes that people have paid to her, and also the personal messages of support that I have received.

I will never forget her, Mick.”

(Source: ronniewoodpecker, via voodoolounge)

#FAVORITETHINGS Keith’s babies.

Happy Birthday, Mister Richards! December 18, 1943 ― ∞.
 ↳ December 18, 1943, Keith Richards was born. He defines the rock’n’roll itself. Some people consider him as a true guitar hero, as a brilliant songwriter, others think he’s an old junkie, an old captain who was able to lead his barque throughout his life. And what a life. Fifty years and more dedicated to rock. For fifty years he has bestrode rock like taggle-haired Titan, oozing the sex, drugs, demonic danger and rebellion that forged the entire rock era.   Today he’s the behemoth who’s still rolling and who virtually knocks the globe off its axis with every of his riffs. But since he was a 18-year-old blues kid he has built his legend from the lowliest jazz club via tabloid outrage with the Stones, menace-to-society counter-culture rebellion, drug busts and the most fireband rock’n’roll music ever made. The ultimate Satisfaction, he represents the past, the present and the future of the greatest rock’n’roll band on the planet.
Thank you for all these years of Music and thank you for everything you’ve given to us, for all the joy you brought us and for all the happy moments that you allowad us to have around your music. You’ll rock forever.

(Source: voodoolounge, via voodoolounge)

#FAVORITETHINGS Keith’s looks.

Happy Birthday, Mister Richards! December 18, 1943 ― ∞.
 ↳ December 18, 1943, Keith Richards was born. He defines the rock’n’roll itself. Some people consider him as a true guitar hero, as a brilliant songwriter, others think he’s an old junkie, an old captain who was able to lead his barque throughout his life. And what a life. Fifty years and more dedicated to rock. For fifty years he has bestrode rock like taggle-haired Titan, oozing the sex, drugs, demonic danger and rebellion that forged the entire rock era.   Today he’s the behemoth who’s still rolling and who virtually knocks the globe off its axis with every of his riffs. But since he was a 18-year-old blues kid he has built his legend from the lowliest jazz club via tabloid outrage with the Stones, menace-to-society counter-culture rebellion, drug busts and the most fireband rock’n’roll music ever made. The ultimate Satisfaction, he represents the past, the present and the future of the greatest rock’n’roll band on the planet.
Thank you for all these years of Music and thank you for everything you’ve given to us, for all the joy you brought us and for all the happy moments that you allowad us to have around your music. You’ll rock forever.

(Source: voodoolounge, via voodoolounge)







“I spent three weeks touring with Ron Wood’s group, the New Barbarians, which included Keith Richards. All we saw were airplanes, hotels and concert halls but there was never a boring moment. The band rarely went to bed and always had reggae tapes blasting.” ― Henry Diltz.
 “Ron Wood’s New Barbarians record promo tour with Keith in the band was the Rolling Stones without Mick as the leader. I flew in a small plane with these two guys for the last concert in San Diego. They were a captive audience for my camera but I was the captive audience for their amazing energy.” ― Henry Diltz.
© Photos by Henry Diltz, in Lear Jet, Los Angeles, 1979.

“I spent three weeks touring with Ron Wood’s group, the New Barbarians, which included Keith Richards. All we saw were airplanes, hotels and concert halls but there was never a boring moment. The band rarely went to bed and always had reggae tapes blasting.” ― Henry Diltz.

“Ron Wood’s New Barbarians record promo tour with Keith in the band was the Rolling Stones without Mick as the leader. I flew in a small plane with these two guys for the last concert in San Diego. They were a captive audience for my camera but I was the captive audience for their amazing energy.” ― Henry Diltz.

© Photos by Henry Diltz, in Lear Jet, Los Angeles, 1979.

(Source: voodoolounge, via itsonlyrocknrollingstones)

〝 Keith likes to spend time with his grandchildren. Patti says he has “grown into” the babies but that “he really loves when he can chat with the kids and introduce them to books and reading.” As for game time, Patti wins at Scrabble, and Keith is the reigning dominoes champion — though Orson has been threatening his grandfather’s winning streak. “He’s been killing it lately!” says Alexandra. 〟

© Ava and her grandfather Keith photographed by Bruce Weber, Parrot Cay, 2012.

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