The Rolling Stones: Jumpin' Gas Flash Bops In Heartland
Robert Greenfield, Rolling Stone, 20 July 1972
IN TRANSIT – Underway at last. In flight and moving. Denver, Minneapolis, and Chicago in one Sunday, the limo to the plane to the limo to the hotel. In Minneapolis, the temperature inside the hall hit 100 degrees and Charlie Watts' drumsticks kept slipping out of his hands. Bobby Keys came off during the set with his shirt soaked clear through, looking as if he'd been for a walk in a thunderstorm.
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