Keith Richards on the Stones in 1966:
“All we wanted was to catch up on everything we hadn’t been able to do. Although we made money we were still living in rented apartments or hotels. Consequently we hadn’t been able to appreciate the position we were in. By ’66 we reached a point where another change was coming. Over the next two years we would get there. We needed to be part of the audience for a while. We just needed to enjoy ourselves and take stock of what was happening. We had lots of personal things to deal with too. Brian was becoming impossible to work with. In every other way he was totally alien to the band. Much of that though was caused by the non-stop work.”
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