The Rolling Stones: Pop Weirdies Set Out To Play It Grim
Chris Welch, The Bexleyheath & Welling Observer, January 1964
OF ALL the sensational groups to hit British pop music since the advent of the Mersey Sound and the rhythm 'n' blues revival, the weirdest, oddest, the most uncompromising seem to be the Rolling Stones.
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