Mick Jagger In His Morgan Roadster In Saint-Tropez
Everyone's favourite rubber-limbed frontman Mick Jagger is seen here driving his Morgan Plus 8 Roadster around the streets of Saint-Tropez in 1971. Jagger and The Rolling Stones moved their base to the South of France following the death of guitarist Brian Jones.
1971 proved to be a pivotal year for The Stones, as it was the year they established their own record label; Rolling Stones Records, saw the arrival of Sticky Fingers, complete with controversial album cover including a working zipper, and it was the first time we saw the now-iconic lapping tongue logo, designed by John Pasche.
Their move to the South of France also came on the recommendation of their financial manager, who suggested they go into tax exile because their UK taxes had not been paid for several years. They moved into the 16-room Villa Nellcôte and recorded the 1972 album Exile on Main St. in the basement.
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