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    While Rolling Stone Keith Richards criss-crosses the globe on his band's Bridges to Babylon tour, one of his side projects is embarking on a journey of its own.

    Wingless Angels, a group of five Nyabinghi Rastafarian drummers and a vocalist named Sister Maureen, will release their eponymous debut album on Richards' Mindless Records on Oct. 14.

    Recorded at the famous guitarist's Ocho Rios, Jamaica villa, the album features drums, chanting, Richards' guitar and bass, and a soulful Irish fiddle.

    Asked about the group's name, Richards joked, "They sing like angels, but they can't fly." (Scott Hess)
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on October 08, 1997

 

While Rolling Stone Keith Richards criss-crosses the globe on his band's Bridges to Babylon tour, one of his side projects is embarking on a journey of its own.

Wingless Angels, a group of five Nyabinghi Rastafarian drummers and a vocalist named Sister Maureen, will release their eponymous debut album on Richards' Mindless Records on Oct. 14.

Recorded at the famous guitarist's Ocho Rios, Jamaica villa, the album features drums, chanting, Richards' guitar and bass, and a soulful Irish fiddle.

Asked about the group's name, Richards joked, "They sing like angels, but they can't fly." (Scott Hess)
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