Keith Richards about Bill Wyman’s second solo album (1976):
“I don’t mind Bill doing one album but I don’t see the point of copping it a second time. You don’t make the same mistakes twice. You can print this ’cause I told him. Do the same thing again and people question your motives. Bill is a great bass player. With Charlie, he’s a great rhythm section. But it’s the Mick Taylor syndrome. OK, you’re a guitar player, but that’s not enough. Then you also want to be a great songwriter. Suddenly it’s not enough to be a musician. It’s the case of someone who can do something really well insisting they can do lot of others things well. And they can’t. There’s no point in forcing it.”
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