Bobby Keys' driving, raw tour de force saxophone solo in the middle of the Rolling Stones' 1971 hit "Brown Sugar" will still raise the little hairs on your neck decades later.
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The ancient Greeks had the Dionysian mysteries, when they would abandon propriety, dance wildly in a trance-like state and revel in various sorts of intoxicated excess. For boomers, that sounds eerily similar to Rolling Stones concerts of our youth. A 1972 Associated Press account of a Stones show…
Happy 50th to one of the greatest bands that ever was. We have an AARP card sitting around here somewhere for you...
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