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The face of rock and roll since the 60s....
In 1966 Mick Jagger and singer-songwriter Marianne Faithfull began a much publicised relationship. By the end of the 1960s, The Rolling Stones had taken over the world and Faithfull’s drug issues started to spiral out of control. Although the pair split in 1970, Faithfull not only co-wrote Sister Morphine from 1971’s Sticky Fingers, but is also said to have inspired some of the Stones’ biggest hits, including Wild Horses. Photo: PA
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