Mick Jagger

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Vocalist with The Rolling Stones.

...a subbasement which had probably been a wine cellar. It was rustic and decrepit; it

really looked like an old-time log cabin, with rough-hewn wood, bristling with splinters. On the day Mick Jagger stopped by for his first visit, one of the above-mentioned splinters

crammed itself into the end of the big toe on my right foot, just as I was making my way to the door.

I greeted Mr. Jagger, hopping on one foot. He asked why I was behaving in this manner. I told him

about the splinter and hobbled over to a chair. He followed, got on the floor in front of me, located the

little wooden tormentor and removed it. We spent about an hour after that discussing European history.

The Real Frank Zappa Book

Mick Jagger was mentioned and thanked in the liner notes of The MOFO Project/Object (2006) album. [1]


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