The Rolling Stones Onstage at Madison Square Garden 1969

Stanley Booth wrote: "Jagger was grinding his hips…his mouth open wide in a big orgasmic smile, Hendrix was smiling as if saying This is it – the real rock n roll soup. I couldn’t see anyone who wasn’t smiling. Keith, his eyes closed, was controlling with nods and shakes the rhythm of the entire building. Charlie's rhythm and through him Bill's and little Mick's and Mick's – all the way to the back of the Garden…..Keith restring his guitar against his thigh ripping it up and down like a gunfighter drawin faster and faster, over and over, Mick by the edge of stage right moving backward in reverse motion picture fashion and sailed the the basket of red rose petals high out over the crowd where they hung for a moment as the Stones unplugged and ran, and then started slowly to descend, floated on the high ringing howl." from The True Adventures of the Rolling Stones.

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