(Documentary) (performer: "Blind Willie McTell", "It Hurts Me Too")
2 Interviews |
The Rolling Stones | Rolling Stones
5' 11" (1.8 m)
Did You Know?
My drug use began as an occasional recreational thing. I never thought I would get addicted. But by the time I returned to London in 1973, I'd become more and more dependent. I was using every day.
First performed on a few tracks of the 1969 album "Let It Bleed" which also included Brian Jones, whom Taylor would replace. Then on Mick Taylor's last album with the Stones, "It's Only Rock N' Roll", Ronnie Wood, who would later replace Taylor, performed on the title track.