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Film Review - The Quiet One


It seems like Bill Wyman is ready to speak. For 31 years, Wyman played bass for The Rolling Stones, garnering a reputation for being the “silent Stone,” unable or unwilling to share himself with the press and public, permitting his bandmates to take the spotlight, which they happily did. Now in his eighties, Wyman is in a retrospective mood, giving director Oliver Murray access to his vast archive of personal items, including an enormous year-by-year assembly of Rolling Stones photos, film, and memorabilia. While he was always the guy hanging in the back of the stage helping to keep the rhythm, “The Quiet One” hopes to offer more insight into Wyman as an average man with keen interest in the art of collecting, also tracing his years in one of the biggest bands in the world, doing his best to downplay rock god-ery. Read the rest at


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