claudine longet

claudine longet

Rolling Stones - Claudine (stereo)

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Born in Paris, France, Claudine Longet was married to pop singer Andy Williams from 1961 until 1975. She has maintained a private profile since 1977, following her conviction for misdemeanor negligent homicide in connection with the death of her boyfriend, former Olympic skier Spider Sabich. Her first appearances as an actress on television were in two 1963 episodes of the comedy series "McHale's Navy". She also acted in the 1964 theatrical feature film of the same title. In 1980, Mick Jagger wrote a song about Spider Sabich's death that was intended to be on the Rolling Stones' album "Emotional Rescue". The song, titled "Claudine", carried lyrics that painted a graphic picture of some of the more salacious aspects of the affair and killing. However, it was deemed too controversial and was removed, although it was included on several bootleg Rolling Stones albums. In November 2011, the track "Claudine" was released on the Rolling Stones' deluxe reissue of their album "Some Girls".