Miss Marianne Faithfull:

Miss Marianne Faithfull:
(Born December 29, 1946) Songs she inspired: She Smiled Sweetly, Let's Spend The Night Together, She's Like A Rainbow, You Can't Always Get What You Want, Wild Horses, I Got The Blues, 100 Years Ago, Winter

Miss Anita Pallenberg:

Miss Anita Pallenberg:
(Born April 6, 1942) Songs she inspired: You Got The Silver, Sister Morphine (words by Marianne), Wild Horses, Coming Down Again, Angie, Beast Of Burden, All About You

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

A Degree of Murder

I just scanned these from an old issue of Bravo magazine from 1967. There are captions (in German) under each picture, but obviously I couldn't read them! I've only ever seen clips of A Degree Of Murder (I need to get around to buying a copy on Amazon), but it certainly seems to have featured Anita at one of her most lovely times. Brian, as you probably know, worked on the soundtrack for the film and they attended the Cannes showing of it together, but this was at the end of their ill-fated romance, and Mr. Richards was already waiting in the wings.


Anonymous said...

Not... to say there 'weren't' instances you couldn't point to as 'misogynist'..? ( I'm sure there were )

It's just.., when you look at all the abuse from all the different tangents ( it can get a little blurred to make a distinction? ) Alcohol abuse, self-abuse, DRUG abuse, and... when you do drugs in FRONT of your children.., ( it's child abuse )

Of course we didn't look at things that way at the time, now we know better. I was reading about Jake Weber ( Tommy Weber's son ) who spent the summer at Villa Nellcote. During the time his father was supplying the "manse" Jake's mother o.d'd back in London. I'm pretty sure those are less than fond memories for him?

Truthfully, a great many people there that summer and that associated w/ The Stones, are no longer with us. Given the environment ( and attitude ) at the time, I should think it would've taken particularly strong females to stand up to that! In short, point taken.

Matt D

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