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Topic: Fitzcarraldo Header Pic Return to archive
01-27-02 10:27 PM
Child of the Moon The current header pic of Mick during the time of Fitzcarraldo is, without a doubt, one of the funniest shots I've ever seen of Mick. Just thought I'd get that out of the way.

Please, listen to "Flowers" today. A great lot of songs on that one.
01-27-02 10:37 PM
VoodooChileInWOnderl By the way there's a lot of fun during Mick's day in Perú, my friend Cucho is writing a book about The Rolling Stones in South America.

You ain't gonna believe this he sung "Jumping Jack Flash" and other songs in Spanish!!!

Stay tuned for this rare documentary, trust me!
01-29-02 12:45 AM
VoodooChileInWOnderl

In his hotel room


with Tomás Dornellas


Scene from the movie, he proved to be irreplaceable. After he left the film to start the 1981-1982 tour, his part was cut. However the scenes are in the official bootleg movie "Burden of Dreams"

First two photos by René Pinedo with thanks to Cucho Peñaloza (*), third one by Claudio Chiarini.


(*) Stay tuned for a preview of Cucho's forthcoming book about the Stones in South America

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