When the Rolling Stones crafted “Exile on Main Street,” “we were hunkered down in an improvised bunker in a foreign country with a truck as a control room,” Keith Richards says with a gruff laugh. “It was basically a last stand.”
The Rolling Stones, Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger and Keith Richard arrive earleier this week at a screening of The Rollling Stones new documentary Stones in Exile and the re-release of their album Exile on Main Street at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The album will be released Tuesday in North America. Photograph by: Stan Honda, AFP/Getty Images
And a lasting one. “Exile,” a 1972 landmark considered a creative peak by a band on a hot streak, returns to stores Tuesday to launch a catalog re issue campaign.
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