Thursday, April 29, 2010

Gordon in the morning: The Jagger meister

Apparently the biggest story in showbiz this morning is something about Mick Jagger telling model Mick Jagger's Daughter that she has to stay in and do her revision.

This wouldn't even be worth noting, were it not for the result of pencil-sucking at The Sun thinking of something to say about Mick keeping Georgia Jagger at home.

WHEN MICK JAGGER was a snake-hipped, hellraising 18-year-old he was indulging in all sorts of rock 'n' roll antics and bad behaviour.

But was rock's Mr Pot banging on about the kettle when he sang Paint It Black?

I'm not a rock historian, but I'm pretty certain: no.


2 comments:

Bob said...

When Mick Jagger was 18 he was studying business at the LSE. A course position he got by obtaining three A-levels which pretty much dismantles Gordon's argument. The moron.

James said...

"Was rock's Mr Pot banging on about the kettle when he sang Paint It Black?"

No, he was banging on about a red door. It's a fairly cryptic hidden message, but fans discovered that you could hear it if you played the record forwards at the right speed.

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