Mick Jagger's Top Reggae Jams

Source: Rolling Stone

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Jagger duetted with Peter Tosh in the Seventies, and he and the Rolling Stones covered the reggae classic "Cherry Oh Baby" in 1976. But his love of reggae dates to the Sixties, when he danced in clubs to Jamaican music. Jagger and Charlie Watts were the first Stones to become entranced: "We were interested from a rhythmic point of view, so we started to play reggae beats with the band, and the rest of them picked it up," Jagger says. He adds, with a devious chuckle, "I'm sure Keith would say something different."

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