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April 28, 1995 - Image 88

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tomed to being called "lover" and
"sexy," is now also being called
Grandpa.
Mick Jagger as a grandfather?
For the record, says Mr. Snitzer,
the Energizer Rocker "is more 30
than 51. He has more energy
than I did at 18."
And a lot of that energy, says
Mr. Snitzer, is devoted to quality
family time.
"Jerry is there," says Mr.
Snitzer of Jagger's model wife,
Jerry Hall, "and the kids, too.
He's very, very warm."
Other Stones are chips off the
same block, he's found. "Ron and
Charlie are the most personable,"
says Andy Snitzer of Ronnie
Wood and Charlie Watts.
Rounding out the Stones quartet
is Keith Richards.
"They're all surprisingly nor-
mal."
What seems extraordinary is
that this family of rockers re-
minds Abdy Snitzer of another
family. "Essentially, they're my
parents' age," says Mr. Snitzer of
the Stones.
Not that one will ever mistake
Mick for Ed. "My father with a
guitar?' muses Mr. Snitzer, imag-
ining his financial whiz of a
father picking a guitar rather
than a mutual fund.
It strikes a funny chord with
Snitzer the son. "That is so far
from reality," he laughs.
But then, age becomes a great
equalizer, says Andy Snitzer. "In
his 20s and 30s, Mick was one of
the bad boys of rock while my
father was methodically planning
his career.
"I'd say Mick has moved more
toward my father than the other
way around" in the years since,
he says with affection.
The Stones have always
moved ANdy Snitzer. "I told
Bobby Keys," saxophonist with
the Stones for a dozen years,
"that I learned solos from 'Brown
Sugar' when I was a kid, and he
just rolled his eyes."
Mr. Snitzer is on a roll now.
Soon, the onetime wunderkind
who sat in on clarinet with the
local band at his bar mitzvah, will
have his first album released on
the Reprise Records label.
"Ties That Bind" is bound to
appeal to those who like their sax
cool and commercial. "I want it to
be commercial," says the musi-
cian whose early influences were
Led Zeppelin and John Coltrane.
What Andy Snitzer also wants
is to write and produce. "I com-
posed 50 percent of my album,"
says Mr. Snitzer, who finds fun
in music that is "neat and
cool."
No qualms about not getting
satisfaction: On tour with the
Stones, readying his new album,
co-producing a number of records
for other performersl "Am I sat-
isfied with life? Absolutely!" says
the former biz whiz and numbers
cruncher.
"School was never like this."

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