Marianne Faithfull and Mick Jagger dated from August, 1966 to May, 1970.
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Marianne Faithfull and Mick Jagger were in The Beatles Anthology(1995) together.
Marianne Faithfull is a 74 year old British Singer. Born Marianne Evelyn Gabriel Faithfull on 29th December, 1946 in Hampstead, London, England, UK, she is famous for Mick Jagger`s girlfriend in the '60s. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn.
Mick Jagger is a 78 year old British Musician. Born Michael Phillip Jagger on 26th July, 1943 in East Hill, Dartford, Kent, England, UK and educated at Dartford Grammar School, Dartford, Kent, England, UK, he is famous for Rolling Stones in a career that spans 1960–present. His zodiac sign is Leo.
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|Dating||Aug 1966 - May 1970||
3 years, 9 months
Aug 1966 -
3 years, 9 months
In 1965 Faithfull fled from the home she had shared with Dunbar and took their son to stay with Brian Jones and Anita Pallenberg in London. During that time period, Faithfull started using marijuana and became best friends with Pallenberg. She also began a much publicized relationship with Mick Jagger. The relationship with Jagger lasted throughout the late 1960s, and the couple became notorious. She was found by British police while on a drug search at Keith Richards` house in Redlands, while wearing only a fur rug. In 1968 Faithfull, by now addicted to cocaine, miscarried a daughter (whom she had named Corrina) while retreating to Jagger's country house in Ireland.
Faithfull's involvement in Jagger's life would be reflected in some of the Rolling Stones` best-known songs. "Sympathy for the Devil", featured on the album Beggars Banquet (1968), was in part inspired by The Master and Margarita, by Mikhail Bulgakov, a book which Faithfull introduced him to. Two songs on 1971 album Sticky Fingers were also influenced by Faithfull: while Faithfull herself wrote "Sister Morphine". In her autobiography, Faithfull said Mick Jagger and Keith Richards released it in their own names so that her agent did not collect all the royalties and proceeds from the song, especially as she was homeless and battling with heroin addiction at the time. Faithfull appeared on the Rolling Stone`s Rock and Roll Circus TV show, giving a solo performance of "Something Better".
Faithfull dissolved her relationship with Jagger in 1970, and lost custody of her son in that same year, which led to her mother attempting suicide.
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