The other day Michael Des Barres and I were talking about his influences back in the halcyon days of the mid 1960s, and the conversation got onto the Rolling Stones as it does. My favourite era of the Stones was when Mick Taylor was on guitar. I saw him play at a guitar festival in North London about twelve years ago and he was awesome. I was interested, therefore, to find this video of Michael D-B performing Keith Richards' showcase song from Exile on Main Street, perhaps the most hardcore album that the Stones ever recorded...
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