Keith Richards on playing with the New Barbarians (1979):
“The thing about being in the Stones – and baby, when you’re in the Stones, you’re in the Stones – you don’t get that much chance to go out on the road and play with other people, as a part of another band, just to keep your hand in. It was a delicate situation, not to come on too strong. I was there to back Woody up and that’s what I tried to do. If you come on upstaging everybody, then there’s no buddy point in being there, because you might as well go out on the road on your own.”
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(Ref. new barbarians)
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