Mick Jagger called Paul McCartney to say the Beatles were bigger than the Rolling Stones.
The 76-year-old singer hit hitmaker Hey Jude, 77, for suggesting that the Rolling Stones were copying everything the Beatles did in their time as music rivals, as he appeared on Friday on Apple Music Show by Zane Lowe.
Saying that there was “obviously no competition” between the two, Mick said: “There [Paul] is a lover. I am a politician.
New debate: Mick Jagger denounced Paul McCartney for saying the Beatles are better than the Rolling Stones and said there was “obviously no competition” in an interview on Friday.
“The big difference, however, is that The Rolling Stones has been a big concert band in other decades and in other areas where the Beatles have never even toured the arena.
“They broke up before tourism started for real … They [The Beatles] Do it [Shea] stadium concert [in 1965]. But the Stones continued.
Mick added: “We started the stadium concerts in the 1970s and we still do them now.
“This is the real big difference between these two groups. Fortunately, one group is still playing in stadiums and the other group no longer exists. “
Notes: In an interview with DJ Howard Stern’s radio show, Paul remarked that the Beatles (photographed in 1967) “were better” like “whatever we do, the Stones did it soon after”
“No competition”: but Mick struck saying that he “had broken up before the tours started for real … but the Stones continued”
In an interview with DJ Howard Stern on his radio show, Paul remarked, “I love the Stones but the Beatles were better.
“Their stuff is rooted in the blues. When we had a lot more influence.
“Keith (Richards) once said to me,” You were lucky. You had four singers in your group. We have one. ” ‘
Suggesting that the Paint It Black hitmakers started copying the Beatles, he added, “We started to notice that whatever we did, the Stones did it soon after.
Still there: Mick added, “This is the real big difference between these two groups. Fortunately, one group is still playing in stadiums and the other group does not exist. “
“We went to America and had a huge success, then the Stones went to America.”
“We made Sergeant Pepper and the Stones made a psychedelic album. There were many, “he added.
The Beatles were composed of Paul, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr from 1960 until their separation in 1970, with countless hit albums under their name.
Mick is joined by Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts in The Rolling Stones, and they have been doing well since 1962.
Icons: The Beatles were composed of Paul, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr from 1960 until their separation in 1970, with countless hit albums with their names (photo from 1967)