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The Rolling Stones Go South

Robert Greenfield, Rolling Stone, 3 August 1972

IN CHICAGO, in the house that Playboy built, an anonymous brownstone on a quiet leafy street that Hugh Hefner calls home, the scene is a party in the great room of the mansion, or the "Palace Museum" as it has come to be known on the Rolling Stones tour.

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