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    rocknrollhighskool: Mick Jagger under a blanket in the Joshua Tree national park as the sun goes down. Famously Keith went there several times with friend Gram Parsons and Anita Pallenberg (well documented by Michael Cooper’s now iconic photographs) but I think this shot was taken when Mick accompanied them at a later date.

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