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I have been a gigantic Rolling Stones fan since approximately the Spanish-American War.
I loved the Beatles when they turned up, and the Stones when they turned up, and never really stopped liking them.
And it was a very, very fruitful and great relationship between the Stones and The Beatles. It was very, very friendly.
I've never tried to achieve anything. I achieved everything I wanted to achieve by being in the Rolling Stones and making records.
I achieved everything I wanted to achieve by being in the Rolling Stones and making records.
The Stones also still have a huge following. Mick Jagger leaps around like a crazy dude. And Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts are playing great too.
Fashion has become so whatever. I don't think there are any stones left to unturn.
What the eyes perceive in herbs or stones or trees is not yet a remedy; the eyes see only the dross.
I like the Rolling Stones for karaoke. 'Sympathy For The Devil' is a great one.
The most successful people I've worked with, like the Rolling Stones - people of a different, kind of legendary caliber - have such great, warm energy.
I can look back on my life, where there have been moments where things might have gone the other way. Everything is like stepping stones, and I've seen people I admire falter. We're all vulnerable.
The most outrageous shoe that I had to do was a shoe where the person gave me stones - precious stones - and say that I could do anything with precious stones.
The stones themselves are thick with history, and those cats that dash through the alleyways must surely be the ghosts of the famous dead in feline disguise.
At my Rolling Stones' tour, the camera was a protection. I used it in a Zen way.
I looked at some of the statues of Jesus; they were just stones with no life. When they said that God is three, I was puzzled even more but could not argue. I believed it, simply because I had to have respect for the faith of my parents.
I never, ever wanted to be the Rolling Stones. Bless their hearts, but I don't necessarily want to go on doing the same old thing for the next 10, 20 years... I could see how easy it is to get into that rut, the whole touring mindset.
When I was a kid, we didn't have any blues stations. I never heard Howlin' Wolf or Muddy Waters or any of those people until the Stones had come along, and I took it upon myself to find out who these people were that they were covering.
The very first concert I ever went to on my own was actually Rory Gallagher. In a one-month period in 1973 or '74, I saw him, Thin Lizzy and the Rolling Stones. I wasn't really a big Rory Gallagher fan, but I thought his guitar playing was fabulous. But Thin Lizzy, they were fabulous.
When punk came along, I found my generation's music. I grew up listening to the Beatles and the Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd, 'cause that was what got played in the house. But when I first saw the Stranglers, I thought, 'This is it.'
I'm not into that Keith Richard trip of having all those guitars in different tunings. I never liked the Rolling Stones much anyway.
Failures to heroic minds are the stepping stones to success.
Thomas Chandler Haliburton
The early firings contained many stones.
Not houses finely roofed or the stones of walls well builded, nay nor canals and dockyards make the city, but men able to use their opportunity.
I kind of look at my modeling career and the Hitchcock years as stepping stones to what I'm doing now.
There are plenty of ruined buildings in the world but no ruined stones.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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