bill wyman being mick

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Bill's humble, low key demeanor reminds me a lot of George Harrison. Both were such cool guys who never seemed to take advantage of their fame by acting condescending or egotistical. I like that.

Author — vampyros1

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Seeing Bill making a joke makes him adorable! Never thought he would do that.

Author — Greenolo Harola

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Man, hahahahaha, Bill Wyman's such a sport, he's one of me favorite Rolling Stones, I always knew he had a sense of humor - GO BILL! :)

Author — Mayo Baluyut

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You gotta love the fact that Bill hasn't changed or modified his hairstyle even slightly over his entire career in the public's eye. The bangs have always stayed.

Author — Robert Bykowski

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Everett was the best ever. A groundbreaking DJ and it was thanks to him we had Queen and Bohemian Rhapsody.

Author — Daffy Duck

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Hilarious. Bill and Charlie being straight faced next to Mick and Keith being outwardly animated was the perfect dynamic. Amazed that they live to be in their 80s.

Author — james gilliam

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See how uncomfortable Wyman is about Everett touching his leg?

Author — FightFairLoseEasy

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Bill... what a legend... and WHAT a bassist.

I play bass, and Bill's a bloody virtuoso. Doubters- listen to the improvised 'Fingerprint File'. He's amazing.

Author — DeadPanKiller

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Bill keeps reacting like "get your fucking hand off my leg!"

Author — NilezII

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the guy touched bill's thigh about 15 times too much.

Author — sküll düggery

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If I had been Wyman, the second time that guy touched my leg like that, I would have moved my chair over a bit. He's a little too touchy-feely.

Author — rodentcafeteria

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My god everyone it's a joke interview and bloody fantastic from the great Kenny Everett

Author — foxtrotvictor six

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my dad and his band stayed at one of Bill's houses mid 80s for some music thing and he said he was really cool. one night they all watched Spinal Tap which he had recorded and was going to watch at some point. my dad said bill was laughing and saying it's "just how mick is/was" at some things. they also went up to his guitar collection, and one of the guys picked this old case up and was like "what's in here", and it turned out to be Chuck Berry's red gibson. and my dad played it. and i cant get over it.

Author — starr

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I vaguely remember this interviewer. He did risque stuff all the time. Bill wyman played along knowingly even though it did make him uncomfortable still

Author — Ophiuchus123456789

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Hahahahaha.. That was very funny! Bill makes for a terrific straight man

Author — hugatag

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Guys - this was the Kenny Everett Show. It was a comedy programme where Kenny would play various stereotypes like Sid Snot and Cupid Stunt. Kenny's humour was edgy and sometimes didn't work but I would say he was always watchable and not much today is. Sadly lost to AIDS in the 1990s.

Author — fatbelly27

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I'm a bass player, and am familiar with a lot of the great bassists in the world, and there are plenty. Like Willie Weeks, who played on Fingerprint File and It's Only Rock & Roll. I'm very picky too, and I think Bill Wyman is a great bass player. There's no one else that plays like him. For my money, the Stones' rhythm section sound went way downhill, when Daryl Jones replaced him. He was part of the thing that made that band tick, a real innovator. Daryl's a better technician, but who cares?

Author — David Hull

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"Would you mind if the camera came in close and gave everyone at home home a good look at those famous lips". Lol.    Remembered Everett's shows back in he 80s when I was growing up. Really funny (be good to get them on dvd), not sure how much is available though.

Author — David Cook

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The thing I like about Wyman is the unpredictable way he handled some very typical songs and rhythms, especially early on in the Stones recording career.
His idea of how to handle the beat on their version of "Not Fade Away", is great. I've never heard another bass player play the song like that, although it is now something that I've stolen from ol' Bill. He also plays very cool and/or innovative lines on some of these:
- Have Mercy

Author — David Hull

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I’ve had girlfriends that I didn’t touch their leg as often as this interviewer touches Bill.

Author — tabber87