Rolling Stones icon Keith Richards takes part in the latest instalment of Radio 4's Desert Island Discs.
The legendary guitarist picked out some impeccable blues, soul and country selections, with a bit of Vivaldi thrown in for good measure.
With that whiskey soaked voice in full flow, Keith Richards reflected on his image: "The image is like a ball and chain. I do love old Keith, and I do love the way people cotton on to him. It's one part of me and a lot of that's in the past. I'm growing up, or rather evolving. I suppose with grandchildren I suddenly realise I'm in it for the longer haul."
Keith Richards picked:
Chuck Berry - Wee Wee Hours (1955)
Hank Williams - You Win Again (1952)
Aaron Neville - My True Story (recorded in 2013 as a tribute to Neville's youth)
Etta James - Sugar On The Floor (1978)
Freddie Scott - Are You Lonely For Me (1966)
Gregory Isaacs - Extra Classic (1977)
Nigel Kennedy and the English Chamber Orchestra - Spring from Vivaldi's Four Seasons (recorded 1989)
Little Walter - Key To The Highway (1958)
Listen to it on the BBC site HERE or tune in below.