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Jimi Hendrix on November 1969 in New York, NY USA at Madison Square Garden. Rolling Stones concert pictured with Mick Taylor. Photo by Eddie Kramer. Rock N Roll, Pop Rock, Jimi Hendrix Experience, Easy Guitar, Guitar Tips, Guitar Lessons, Jimi Hendricks, Louis Aragon, Los Rolling Stones

Jimi & MickTaylor xEthan Russell Nov. 1969

Photo by Ethan Russell Message to Mick Taylor sent September 26, 2011: I am so honored to be in your retinue. Here's a page from my Tribute to Jimi. We published stills from Albert Maysles' footage in Guitar World: The unpublished Hendrix Vol. II. That would be Guitar World March 1988, Special Issue. Hendrix Lives! Tribute to a Genius. The Unpublished Hendrix Vol. II. P. 33, "Backstage With the Stones." I believe that is Albert Maysles with the camera. We published stills from his footage in…

Mick Taylor, a great guitarist, was considered an outsider by some people during his stint in the Rolling Stones. Perhaps it was a case of envy since Taylor could outshine any member of the band with his uncanny abilities. Rock And Roll Bands, Rock Bands, Rock N Roll, Los Rolling Stones, Rollin Stones, Ron Woods, Stone World, Charlie Watts, Rock Festivals

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Mick Taylor, a great guitarist, was considered by some an outsider in the Rolling Stones.

Ronnie Wood (The Rolling Stones) and Mick Taylor (.The Rolling Stones) !, On Stage ! Rock N Roll, Rolling Stones Logo, Bill Wyman, Rollin Stones, Ron Woods, Play That Funky Music, Ronnie Wood, Stone World, Emotion

Old guard play's with new guard Ronnie and Mick 🎸🎸🎸🇬🇧🎸🎸🎸

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RIP Bobby Keys - A true rock & roll legend.he lived the dream playing with many of the greats helping them define their sound. Rock N Roll, Rock And Roll Bands, Rolling Stones, Emotional Rescue, Ron Woods, Stone World, Muddy Waters, Joy Of Life, Keith Richards

Rolling Stones Saxophonist Bobby Keys Dead at 70

The musician who appeared on “Brown Sugar,” “Live With Me” and countless others played with the band for more than 40 years