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POP & ROCK

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Remember that buzz going around a month ago that the Rolling Stones were all set to get it back together? Well, Stones lead guitarist Keith Richards indicates in his new LP “Talk Is Cheap” that . . . such talk is pretty cheap. Richards points out what he feels to be Stones singer Mick Jagger’s greed and selfishness (for tending to his solo career) on the song “You Don’t Move Me,” referring to the relative busts of Jagger’s two solo albums: “Now you want to throw the dice / You already crapped out twice.” And to Rolling Stone magazine, Richards added: “Ninety-nine percent of the male population of the Western world would give a limb to live the life of Jagger . . . and he’s not happy being Mick Jagger.” But Richards insists Jagger and the rest of the mates are interested in reassembling the Stones.


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