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Mick Jagger | Mick Jagger

earl-merkel's picture
Jan.03.2014
From the "Mick Jagger Fashion Collection," we presume... (Photo at right) (Conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/earl.merkel/posts/525079480924687?comment_id=2888002&offset=0&total_comments=9&notif_t=share_comment) — Earl Merkel   * * * Visit us at www.earlmerkel.com Watch the...
bernadette-jansen-op-de-haar's picture
Nov.22.2012
Part of being a celebrity is keeping things neat and tidy. Before you know it, your old love letters turn up. Soon someone says, picking up a present from under Christmas tree: ‘Good heavens, what’s this?’ The reply is fumbled: ‘Darling, I’ve bought you Mick Jagger’s love letters.’ Those letters...
walter-rimler's picture
Mar.31.2012
From my book Not Fade Away (Pierian Press, 1984) MICK JAGGER AND KEITH RICHARDS A thumb and four fingers - that is how Conrad Silvert described the relationship between Mick Jagger and the other Rolling Stones. Jagger dominated the group. It is his face that appeared most prominently on the album...
luke-james's picture
Feb.17.2012
In the beginning there was Elvis, and Colonel Tom said:  “Let there be Hollywood. And let Elvis go to Hollywood and make mediocre musicals each three of which will make enough money to bankroll decent films like Beckett with Peter O’Toole and Richard Burton. And Elvis was temporarily enslaved...
luke-james's picture
Jan.16.2012
In Ancient Greek theater all the actors were men. In Roman theater a yellow robe meant the character was a woman. For hundreds of years English mummers and traveling morality players were only men. Shakespeare’s Desdemona and Juliet took to the original boards with a todger stashed in their tights...
matt-beynon-rees's picture
Apr.21.2011
In the Royal Navy, there’s only one kind of facial hair allowed. British Tars are either clean shaven or they sport a beard, known in the service as a “full set.” The antipathy to the mustache is no doubt because of its predominance among the rival landlubber officer class (although it could’ve...
matt-beynon-rees's picture
Mar.03.2011
Potential students of the London School of Economics ought perhaps to rethink their choice of university, particularly if they plan to study international relations. After all, Muammar Qaddafi had to kill thousands of his own people before the LSE’s distinguished academics realized he might be...