Mick Jagger admitted Rolling Stones were outshone by the Beatles
During the 1960s on both sides of the Atlantic, teens defined themselves by whether they were fans of the Beatles or the Rolling Stones.
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#1 Nov 7, 2013
Great band man, the Rolling Stones. But, the Beatles were, are, and always will be different let's say, not better. Something special. Congrats to Mick. It is needed great honesty and modesty to admit it. Although the Stones were bitter sometimes in the sixties over the Beatles' stardom and acknowledge from people as "great Rock band". It's logical, I don't blame them. It was only Brian Jones who saw and admitted in the newspapers or magazines something else in the Beatles.
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