The Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, ‘Exile?’

By Norman Seeff
Los Angeles, U.S.A., 1972
Signed archival pigment print
Limited Edition of 50
Paper size 50h x 38w inches
Price on Request

‘We started the shoot at midnight, and I think The Rolling Stones had been in the studio all day. We’d been drinking gallons of cheap wine that Mick Jagger hated when he came. He said ‘great session, terrible wine’. So we were all a little stoned by the time they arrived, but I have to say that Keith was more stoned than we were. We realised everything was OK, Mick was absolutely professionally responsible, as was the whole group. In fact what I’ve found with top groups: they may be out there and they may party, but when it comes to work, there’s a work ethic that is very impressive.’ Norman Seeff

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