Reeling from the loss and sudden death of their early leader Brian Jones as well as the violent tragedy that overshadowed their free show at the Altamont Speedway, the Rolling Stones closed out the '60s under a dark cloud of turmoil.
After all the recent controversy over the actual color of an Internet-meme dress -- which may or may not be black/blue or white/gold ... or maybe even gold/blue -- the Rolling Stones have thankfully come to our emotional rescue.
Such was Bobby Keys' sax prowess that you almost couldn't listen to rock in the '70s without hearing his distinctive tone livening up the occasional track -- including some of the Rolling Stones' all-time classics.
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