By RICHARD JOHNSON with PAULA FROELICH and CHRIS WILSON
July 29, 2001 -- Mick in the Groove in Miami
MICK Jagger didn't miss his statuesque squeeze Sophie Dahl while he partied with a legion of lovelies in South Beach last weekend.
The wrinkly rocker was working on his upcoming solo album with Lenny Kravitz, who is producing two of the tracks. After toiling in the studio, Jagger whooped it up two nights in a row at hot spot Crobar, where he canoodled several willing women.
"Mick was making out with many girls on both nights he was there," says an eyewitness.
"He'd be kissing one girl, and then he'd move on to a different one, and then another one. They were all over him. When he left on both nights, about four or five beautiful women piled into his limo with him."
Though Mick didn't care if his fellow clubgoers saw him frolicking with his frisky female friends, he wasn't eager to share his erotically charged evening with the rest of the world.
When a photographer hired to snap the club's glitterati guests tried to take a picture of Mick and his gaggle of gal pals, he growled, "No pictures!"
Mick's crowd of cuties likely had a treat in store for them if they went back to his hotel suite. According to Bebe Buell's new memoir, "Rebel Heart: An American Rock and Roll Journey," Jagger gives a lot of "satisfaction" in bed:
"Mick Jagger is almost a textbook version of a perfect lover," Buell burbles in her book. "Because you can be pretty much assured that anything anyone would do to you, he's going to try it."
Jagger's upcoming solo album on Virgin Records might be as youthful as his libido. Aside from recording with Kravitz, Jagger, 57, was recently in New York cutting a track with hip-hop star Wyclef Jean.
However, the mood was considerably chillier when Jagger's girlfriend, ex-wife and two daughters found themselves in the same room Tuesday night at a party in London.
The newly-svelte Dahl, whose plummeting weight may have something to do with worrying about Mick's wandering eye, arrived alone at Ian Schrager's Sanderson hotel in London for fashion snapper Mario Testino's "Alive" book bash thrown by Kate Moss. Also in attendance were Jade, Elizabeth and Bianca Jagger.
The chill in the room wasn't only between Dahl, 24, and Mick's ex-wife Bianca. Elizabeth recently ridiculed her female family members in Vogue, dismissing Jade as an "aristocratic hippie" and Bianca as "really plain and boring . . . Those glasses are really dodgy."
Mick tactfully avoided the fete, but Damien Hirst, Alexander McQueen, Tori Amos, Bryan Adams and Maxwell all made the scene.
||get the solo stuff out of the way and get the stones in the studio fast.