Keith Richards & Gram Parsons on the Veranda, Nellcôte, France, 1971
© Dominique Tarlé

Keith Richards & Gram Parsons on the Veranda, Nellcôte, France, 1971

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By Dominique Tarlé
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Keith Richards and Gram Parsons sing together during some down time at Villa Nellcôte. The Stones were in the South of France recording Exile on Main St..

"I used to spend days at the piano with Gram, you know, just singing. I did more singing with Gram than I've done with the Stones. He taught me all the Everly Brothers stuff and the cross harmonies and shit like that. We lived together when we cut Exile On Main Street. He was living with us then for 2 or 3 months. He wrote SONGS, man! He kept going; he would go all day without ever repeating himself." - Keith Richards

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Keith Richards & Gram Parsons on the Veranda, Nellcôte, France, 1971
Keith Richards & Gram Parsons on the Veranda, Nellcôte, France, 1971