Keith Richards, Brown Sugar, Nellcôte, France, 1971
© Dominique Tarlé

Keith Richards, Brown Sugar, Nellcôte, France, 1971

Photograph
By Dominique Tarlé
About the image
Keith Richards clutches a box of "Brown Sugar" at Villa Nellcôte where the Rolling Stones were working on Exile on Main St.

"Personally I don't think (my heroin use) affected my productivity at all. I was taking smack and getting into it during Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers. Productivity? I did Exile On Main St. when I was heaviest into smack and that was a fuckin' double album. You really can't say smack contributed to me not being able to function anywhere. I even got skiing together when I was a junkie. I wonder how many people have done that?" - Keith Richards

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Keith Richards, Brown Sugar, Nellcôte, France, 1971
Keith Richards, Brown Sugar, Nellcôte, France, 1971

 
 
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