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Modernist music. Ernst von Siemens Music Prize. Igor Stravinsky Richards has been active as a music producer since the s. He was credited as producer and musical director on the album Today's Pop Symphonyone of manager Andrew Loog Oldham 's side projects, although there are doubts about how much Richards was actually involved with it. In earlyJagger and Richards developed an interest in the band Krackerresulting in a deal whereby the band's second album was licensed for distribution outside America by Rolling Stones Recordsmaking Kracker the first band on that label.
Since the s Richards has chalked up numerous production and co-production credits on projects with other artists including Aretha FranklinJohnnie Johnsonand Ronnie Spectoras well as on his own albums with the X-Pensive Winos see below. In the s Richards co-produced and added guitar and vocals to a recording of nyabinghi Rastafarian chanting and drumming entitled " Wingless Angels ", released on Richards's own record label, Mindless Records, in Richards has released few solo recordings.
Inafter Jagger pursued a solo recording and touring career, Richards formed the "X-Pensive Winos" with co-songwriter and co-producer Steve Jordan, whom Richards assembled for his Chuck Berry documentary Hail! Rock 'n' Roll. Since its release, Talk Is Cheap has gone gold and has sold consistently. Its release was followed by the first of the two US tours Richards has done as a solo artist. Live at the Hollywood Palladium, 15 December documents the first of these tours. In the Winos' second studio record, Main Offenderwas released, also followed by a tour.
A third Richards album, Crosseyed Heartwas released in September During the s most of Richards's recordings with artists other than the Rolling Stones were sessions for Andrew Oldham 's Immediate Records label. In the s Richards worked outside the Rolling Stones with Ronnie Wood on several occasions, contributing guitar, piano, and vocals to Wood's first two solo albums and joining him on stage for two July concerts to promote I've Got My Own Album to Do.
In December Richards also made a guest appearance at a Faces concert. Since the s Richards has made more frequent guest appearances. He has worked with Tom Waits on three occasions: adding guitar and backing vocals to Waits's album Rain Dogs ; co-writing, playing on, and sharing the lead vocal on "That Feel" on Bone Machine ; and adding guitar and vocals to Bad As Me In the s and s Richards continued to contribute to a wide range of musical projects as a guest artist.
A few of the notable sessions he has done include guitar and vocals on Johnnie Johnson 's release Johnnie B. His guitar and lead vocals are featured on the Hank Williams tribute album Timeless and on veteran blues guitarist Hubert Sumlin 's album About Them Shoes In the Rolling Stones released Rarities —which includes some rare and limited-issue recordings, but Richards has described the band's released output as the "tip of the iceberg".
Music journalist Nick Kent attached to Richards Lord Byron 's epithet of "mad, bad, and dangerous to know". Jagger thought that Richards's image had "contributed to him becoming a junkie". Even though that was nearly twenty years ago, you cannot convince some people that I'm not a mad drug addict.
Richards's notoriety for illicit drug use stems in part from several drug busts during the late s and s and his candour about using heroin and other substances. Richards has been tried on drug-related charges five times: intwice ininand in On 29 JuneJagger was sentenced to three months' imprisonment for possession of four amphetamine tablets.
Richards was found guilty of allowing cannabis to be smoked on his property and sentenced to one year in prison. On 27 Februarywhile Richards was staying in a Toronto hotel, then known as the Harbour Castle Hilton on Queen's Quay Eastthe Royal Canadian Mounted Police found heroin in his room and charged him with "possession of heroin for the purpose of trafficking" — an offence that at that time could result in prison sentences of seven years to Rescue Me - Various - 22 Hits From The Sixties - Born To Be Wild (CD) under the Narcotic Control Act.
For the next two years, Richards lived under threat of criminal sanction. Throughout this period he remained active with the Rolling Stones, recording their biggest-selling studio album, Some Girlsand touring North America. Richards was tried in Octoberpleading guilty to possession of heroin. Inhe stated that he still occasionally drinks alcohol and consumes hashish and cannabis. Richards was romantically involved with Italian-born actress Anita Pallenberg d.
The two became a couple on a trip to Morocco that Jones had to abandon when he fell ill; the subsequent relationship between Richards and Pallenberg weighed heavily on Jones, and strained his relationship with the rest of the Rolling Stones. Richards met his wife, model Patti Hansenin They married on 18 DecemberRichards's 40th birthday, and have two daughters, Theodora Dupree and Alexandra Nicoleborn in andrespectively. Theodora was reported as contributing pen and ink illustrations for the book, which was inspired by the man she was named after Richards's grandfather Theodore Augustus Dupree.
Richards is a keen fan of shepherd's piea British traditional dish. On 27 Aprilwhile in FijiRichards slipped off the branch of a dead tree later to be erroneously reported by the international press as a coconut tree and suffered a head injury. He subsequently underwent cranial surgery at a New Zealand hospital.
The revised tour schedule included a brief statement from Richards apologising for "falling off my perch". In a video message in late as part of the On Fire tour, Richards gave his thanks to the surgeons in New Zealand who treated him, remarking, "I left half my brain there.
In AugustRichards was granted a pardon by Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee for a reckless driving citation. InRichards joined the 11th annual Independent Music Awards judging panel to assist independent musicians' careers.
This 'televisual journey' was the first of its kind on British TV. Temple also directed a documentary, The Origin of the Speciesabout Richards's childhood in post-war England and his musical roots. From the start of his career, Richards has made appearances to pay tribute to those artists with whom he has formed friendships and those who have inspired and encouraged him. After the earliest success of the band, who played cover songs of American blues artists, while he and Jagger were just beginning their own songwriting, the Rolling Stones visited the States to pay back, in his words, "that's where that fame bit comes in handy".
Since that time, he has performed on many occasions to show appreciation toward them. Among these, he has appeared with Norah Jones in a tribute concert for Gram Parsons inplaying guitar and singing a duet, " Love Hurts ". In an April interview for NME magazine, music journalist Mark Beaumont asked Richards what the strangest thing he ever snorted was,  and quoted him as replying: "My father.
I snorted my father. He was cremated and I couldn't resist grinding him up with a little bit of blow. My dad wouldn't have cared It went down pretty well, and I'm still alive. Slagging Sgt Peppersnorting your old man's bones, or falling out of a tree? Doris Richards, his mother, died of cancer at the age of 91 in England on 21 April An official statement released by a family representative stated that Richards kept a vigil by her bedside during her last days.
In Marchthe fashion house Louis Vuitton unveiled an advertising campaign featuring a photo of Richards with his ebony Gibson EStaken by photographer Annie Leibovitz. Richards donated the fee for his involvement to the Climate Projectan organisation for raising environmental awareness. In AugustRichards was ranked at No. In AugustRichards signed a publishing deal for his autobiography,  Life Rescue Me - Various - 22 Hits From The Sixties - Born To Be Wild (CD), which was released on 26 October Richards appeared in the documentary Toots and the Maytals : Reggae Got Soulwhich was featured on BBC and described as "The untold story of one of the most influential artists ever to come out of Jamaica".
If I shout and scream at him, it's because no one else has the guts to do it or else they're paid not to do it. At the same time I'd hope Mick realises that I'm a friend who is just trying to bring him into line and do what needs to be done. Richards's autobiography, Lifewas published on 26 October InRolling Stone magazine referred to Richards as the creator of "rock's greatest single body of riffs" on guitar, ranking him fourth on its list of the top best guitarists.
Richards has a collection of approximately 3, guitars. Some of his notable instruments are:. Richards's amplifier preferences have changed repeatedly, but he is a long-time proponent of using low-powered amps in the studio, getting clarity plus distortion by using two amps, a larger one such as a Fender Twin run clean, along with a Fender Champwhich is overdriven. InRichards used a Gibson Maestro fuzzbox to achieve the distinctive tone of his riff on " I Can't Get No Satisfaction ";  the success of the resulting single boosted the sales of Rescue Me - Various - 22 Hits From The Sixties - Born To Be Wild (CD) device to the extent that all available stock had sold out by the end of On his solo recordings, Richards's backing band is credited as the "X-pensive Winos", including singer Sarah Dashbassist and percussionist Charley Draytondrummer Steve Jordan who also serves as Richards's co-writer and co-producersaxophonist Bobby Keyskeyboardist Ivan Nevilleand guitarist Waddy Wachtel.
Below is a list of the officially released Rolling Stones tracks on which Richards sings lead vocals or shares lead-vocal Rescue Me - Various - 22 Hits From The Sixties - Born To Be Wild (CD). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. British songwriter, guitarist of The Rolling Stones. For the American basketball coach, see Keith Richard. DartfordKentEngland. Musician singer songwriter record producer actor. Patti Hansen. Rock blues blues rock rock and roll rhythm and blues hard rock.
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