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On ebay, it says 1966. And that looks like the hairstyle she had in early '66.
I was thinking it reminded me of Performance for some reason...
Did anyone ever hear the story that Anita's love scenes with Mick in the movie were more than acting... ?

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I have scrounged up a couple of "new" pics and added a couple of re-posts - one is from the same photo shoot as the one posted from ebay:




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Cannes, May 1967


with Keith in the South of France, 1971

All photos courtesy of http://anitapallenberg.multiply.com

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Although she was without a doubt very good looking, she must have had a lot more, considering the power she had over so many guys who had beautiful women throwing themselves at them 24/7...She is so interesting.

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Well, she was and still is, highly intellectual. I have several interviews of her which I'm in the process of moving to the new site. Keith once said that she scared the pants off of him because she "knew everything - and in five different languages." I'm paraphrasing here, but it's something like that.
Plus, if you ever watch or hear her speak, her accent is very sexy.

Here's a photo of Anita and Brian which I scanned from a clippings packet I bought on ebay recently:

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i read that anita was the only woman to intimidate mick jagger and spoke her mind when ever the stones were recording which he did not like.....

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Has anyone seen One Plus One (Sympathy for the Devil), Godard's very strange movie? Anita is around the recording session almost all the time...How uncomfortable must that have been- she and Keith there in the same room as Brian...

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Yeah, her smile is still fabulous....

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In happier days, as they say...

Keith Richard, a member of the Rolling Stones, escorts his partner, actress Anita Pallenberg, and their two children to a screening of Rolling Stones' concerts under the title, "Gimme Shelter," May 20, 1971. A thousand teenagers were invited to the show and stamped, whistled and clapped their way through the film.

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That's not their two children, actually. Anita has Marlon on her arm, but the boy at keith's side is one of the Weber kids, either Jake or Charlie don't know who's the younger and the older kid now, who were at Nellcôte with their dad Tommy that summer, who was a friend of Keith's.
Anita and Keith both don't look too heatlthy but at the same time they both look quite good in that pic, though, considering this was a heavy drug-taking period of them!

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Hey, this pic is really great!! I love it! Hmm, here agin she actually looks pretty good. So natural.

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Has anyone seen One Plus One (Sympathy for the Devil), Godard's very strange movie? Anita is around the recording session almost all the time...How uncomfortable must that have been- she and Keith there in the same room as Brian...
that name sounds familiar i think i may have saw something on that on you tube but then my computer crashed(like usual) and i didn't finish

but nowadays the whole dating a band member thing might have been really akward but hell back then it was common in the sixties to date your buddies wife and blah blah blah i mean look at clapton and george harrison perfect example.:p

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i read that anita was the only woman to intimidate mick jagger and spoke her mind when ever the stones were recording which he did not like.....
Yep, indeed. Here are some quotes to emphasize this (from: http://www.timeisonourside.com)

Mick's attitude towards women is that they are cattle. They are goods. That's his basic attitude.
- Keith Richards



We're on the road so much that we don't depend on girlfriends for relationships. It's not a barrier. Most men don't depend on their girlfriends for relationships. Besides, women never get on. If that sounds like an anti-feminist statement I'm sorry, but it's a product of practical experience.
- Mick Jagger, c. 1966



You could see them exchanging looks like, Who IS this weird bird? Mick, especially, was very hostile. But he could never make me feel uncomfortable. Even today, I can squash him with just one word. But he was the one most against my seeing Brian and being around the Stones.
- Anita Pallenberg


Mick resents being told anything by a woman. But if anybody could tell him something it was Anita. When Anita was constructive she could really be funny. She'd make suggestions in the studio that would be half serious and half funny but they were good suggestions. You could see the hairs on the back of Mick's neck just RISE.
- Ian Stewart


One night at the Bel-Air Hotel in Los Angeles, Brian and Anita had to get off by beating the **** out of each other. He'd take a chair and bash it over her head. Cary Grant is in the next bungalow. He doesn't want to hear you ****in' **** and televisions being smashed over champagne and caviar... Anita IS a Rolling Stone. She's a rebel, she's outrageous, she's a clown, and she's ****in' crazy. - Michael Gruber, Stones' touring manager (1965-66)



Just because a chick leaves somebody to go with somebody else is no reason to feel guilty. It happens all the time. It could have been someone 12 000 miles away, but it happened to be the guy who stood on the other side of Mick onstage. And that's that.
- Keith Richards, on Anita Pallenberg leaving
Brian Jones for him


Anita IS a Rolling Stone. She, Mick, Keith and Brian were the Rolling Stones. Anita is not a wife of. Her influence has been profound. She keeps things crazy. It's a totally different situation when she's around. If you have Keith by himself it's easy because you're dealing with a rational human being. In some ways Anita is very unconscious in a sense where she's almost primeval.
- Jo Bergman, Stones' personal assistant (1967-73)

Anita is particularly good for Keith 'cause if he can't be bothered SHE certainly can. Anita is a rebel. She believes as soon as a system is established you have to fight against it. Anita is a very good influence on Keith. I don't think she has a lot of influence on his decisions, but she influences his thinking.
- Alexis Korner, musician critical in the Stones' beginnings (1962)


I don't consider myself separated from Anita or anything. She's still the mother of my kids. Anita is a great, great woman. She's a fantastic person, I love her. I just can't LIVE with her, you know?
- Keith Richards, 1981

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@Boomer: Yeah, I've seen One Plus One. Have it on DVD and to this very day I still have no idea what this movie actually is about.
(All the Stones parts are fantastic, though! It must have been quite depressing for Brian to be in the same room with Anita and Keith all the time, you bet! Poor guy. And btw, I agree. First the drugs and then Anita leaving him were the beginning of his ultimate down-fall.)
And Performance: Yep, there are these stories that Mick and Anita, whenever shooting a bed scene, were f*cking for real. I don't know If that's true, but I once read - I think it was in Victor Bockris's Keith biography - that the bed Keith and Anita shared at their London home, Cheyne Walk #43 in Chelsea, was the same bed that was used for the movie.
(OMG, considering those stories of Mick and Anita doing more than acting in this bed, plus Keith must have known it was this very bed in which his frontman and friend arguably f*cked his girlfriend for real! )
All in all, I think around that time in the very late 60s lies the seed for Keith and Mick's later problems and controversies and hostilities that eventually exploded in the 80s. It grew and grew throughout the 70s, but, as every one knows, they can't talk about these things with each other, it's just something they're uncapable of doing: sitting down together and discussing the whole thing out, clearing the air. It became bigger and bigger and stronger and evetually it had to get out.




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^^ Yeah, Mick said he asked Godard once what the movie was about, and Godard said he had no idea... But the Stones parts are very interesting, except that Brian is such a disaster in most of it...He was a brilliant musician and actually the founder of the Rolling Stones, but his later years were about as bad as it gets... Sad- evidently he was really a very nice guy- just really messed up... And, although it was done cruelly, I never really blamed Anita for leaving him- he was not much of a boyfriend...

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the same bed! wow akward....

when i first read that women are cattle bull i cringed how stupid thank god he's sexy and oozes talent if not i'd knock his block off how dumb of mick

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^^ Yeah, Mick said he asked Godard once what the movie was about, and Godard said he had no idea... But the Stones parts are very interesting, except that Brian is such a disaster in most of it...He was a brilliant musician and actually the founder of the Rolling Stones, but his later years were about as bad as it gets... Sad- evidently he was really a very nice guy- just really messed up... And, although it was done cruelly, I never really blamed Anita for leaving him- he was not much of a boyfriend...

I agree, Brian was a brilliant musician, he could play so many instruments. And whenever u listen to Paint It Black I'm so amazed by his sitar playing, which is just great in this tune. It's what made this song so special, and so different.
Well, i'm not sure If Brian was really a very nice guy. I mean, I think he used to be in the earlier days. Back then he was Keith's best friend. They shared their Edith Grove flat with Mick, but since Mick was at his economy school most of the time it was mostly Brian and Keith alone in this flat, in mids of this f*cking cold winter of '62. They were listening to blues records all day, trying to make their two guitars sound like one. "The ancient art of weaving" as keith calls it and which he is capable of doing on with Ronnie Wood nowadays. He couldn't do it with Mick Taylor.
Now, then came the huge success, the fame, lots of girls, and of course, the drugs. And, first of all, Andrew Oldham, the Stones' manager who made Keith and Mick the songwriting couple of the band. Brian was left out, y'know. 3 were one too much. Of course, brian was incredibly jealous of Mick, for taking the role of the bandleader off him.
Many people who ahd to do with the Stones back then, as well as keith, said that brian was a pain in the ***. he became more and more unbearable and would piss everyone off who was around.
Some time later came the whole Anita thing, and Brian kept beaiting her up like he did with all the other girlfriends he's ever had. keith said he hated how Brian did that to Anita, but he was trying to get together with brian away. But then one day in marocco Anita left with him and that was the "final nail in the coffin between me and Brian".
I was a bit surprised to see, in One Plus One, how there was one time Keith actually tossed a pack of cigarettes to brian and he actually took one. A bit of interaction between the two, apart from what was left of Brian's musical contribution. In every other scene of the movie Brian's just sitting there, strumming his acoustic guitar. That cigarette tossing sequence was the only one in the movie where he's doing something else. *sigh*



luxie_dream: yeah, I feel the same about Mick's comment and I bet every other female does two. And, when you look at Mick's long history of affairs, relationships etc with various women, you have another evidence.

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Hey, this pic is really great!! I love it! Hmm, here agin she actually looks pretty good. So natural.
I like the fact that she kept her lithe figure

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