A Culture Show Special
Narrated By Andrew Graham-Dixon
Broadcast on BBCFour on 12th November 2010
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From The BBCFour Website:
To mark the publication of Keith Richards' autobiography, Life, this Culture Show special looks at the life of the man with five strings and nine lives. In a candid interview he chats to Andrew Graham Dixon about his childhood in Dartford, his passion for music and the decade that catapulted the Rolling Stones from back-room blues boys to one of the greatest rock 'n' roll bands in the world.
From The Guardian:
Nobody has captured rock'n'roll better than Keith Richards. Somewhere around 1967 he went into the underworld and told us what it sounded like for most of the next decade, producing the classic riffs to Brown Sugar, Gimme Shelter and Sympathy for the Devil. In an extended interview the always eloquent Richards talks about being the yin to Mick Jagger's yang, remembers the solace of the public library during his childhood in Dartford, and reflects on survival through myriad busts, addictions, demanding bandmates and tough girlfriends.
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