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Jagger, Mick : Goddess In The Doorway
Rolling Stones singer with solo jaunt...
Elle. So why do it, Mick, why? You're 58, surrounded by beautiful
women, got a hundred zillion in the bank, but still you want to impress us
with your solo prowess? Ever thought of dodging the limelight like Keef and
going to live in the shadows of Connecticut?
The heavy squad get wheeled out to cover his bony ass. Bono yelps along on
'Joy' (yeah, it's a gospel number). Lenny Kravitz, the wag, re-writes 'Gimme
Shelter' for 'God Gave Me Everything'. Christ, that bloke from Matchbox 20,
Rob Thomas, even starts howling away on, erm, 'Visions Of Paradise'.
Some of it is awful. Some, notably 'Hide Away' and 'Lucky Day' are as good as
anything on prime-time Stones album 'Black And Blue', which is saying
But then, this is Mick Jagger, people! The man who stuck two fingers up at
the establishment when John was still busy talking to the flowers! The guy
who dug Lucifer when Slipknot were saying prayers in kindergarten!
And he still looks and sounds better than that whey-faced plod Fred Durst. Now, that's embarrassing. Right, kids?
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