I'd play whenever I could get my hands on an electric guitar; I was trying to pick up rock'n'roll riffs and electric blues-the latest Muddy Waters. I'd spend hours and hours on the same track, back again, and back again.
The Guitar Handbook, by Ralph Denyer (2002, pg. 66).
I looked upon myself, in a sort of romantic and silly way, as like a laboratory.Keith Richards
The idea of retiring is like killing yourself. It's almost like Hari Kari. I intend to live to a 100 and go down in history.Keith Richards
I don't encourage anybody to do what I do, you know? Why should you? More for me!Keith Richards
This morning on Dartford station a guy I knew at primary school came up to me. He's got every record Chuck Berry made. He is called Mick Jagger.Keith Richards