Litvinoff war auch beim Film "Performance" (Mick Jagger und Anita Pallenberg) involviert:The later 60s saw him moving from the underworld into the pop world, living at the Pheasantry on the King’s Road with the artist Martin Sharp and Eric Clapton. Psychedelics had come into his life, and at this point, stimulated his good side: his love of music, his generosity in putting people together and exchanging ideas. Indeed, he can be held to have changed British rock music by playing Clapton an acetate of Bob Dylan’s Basement Tapes: the start of a process that saw the guitarist quit Cream for more rootsy styles.
Eine verrückte Geschichte!During 1968, he had a fast and intense friendship with Mick Jagger, who was fascinated by his language and his outlaw life.
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