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Artist or CreatorSteve Bell
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Published byThe Guardian
Date09 Jun 1998
Embedded text or transcript...The time is right fo' tight-arsed rock re-action ... I'm a tax-dodgin' ma-a-an!
What can a rich boy do?
But the same old accountants thing
Person DepictedJagger; Mick (1943-)
Richard; Keith
Implied textThe Rolling stones
NotesNews: 'You can't always get' what you want was one of theirs (I can't get no) satisfaction, that was another. And who at the Inland Revenue could forget Gimme Shelter or Exile on Main Street? But the most appropriate song to sum up the predicament of the Rolling Stones comes from their one-time arch-rivals the Beatles, whose 'Taxman' included the line 'It's one for me, 19 for you.' Following the postponement of the British leg of the group's Bridges to Babylon tour, which singer Mick Jagger claimed was due to concern at the potential loss of earnings to members of the crew following tax changes, a Treasury spokeswoman said the Government was 'not prepared to be lectured on tax by tax exiles.' Dan Glaister and Dan Atkinson, The Guardian.
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