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Keith Richards – The slave to rhythm sits down for an interview at Electric Lady Studios in New York, discussing his introduction to his first guitar by grandfather Gus Dupree, a professional musician, who introduced him to the Flamenco classic “Malaguena.” In this lively discussion, Keith offers keen insights into his evolution as a guitar player. In Pt 2 ,he discusses his musical influences, the creative process, and how Scotty Moore was his idol.

Legend is a word that’s thrown around probably too much, but there’s no real other way to describe Keith Richards. What else can you even say about the Rolling Stones guitarist? The 71-year-old is not only responsible for creating some of the most monumental music we’ve enjoyed over the last five decades, but his influence—alongside the Stones—have shaped music and the world that surrounds it. Watch this episode of Guitar Moves in which host Matt Sweeney lives his dream, freaks out, and sits down with Richards himself. Ever wanted to know how Richards learned how to play the guitar? Well, it started with his grandfather..

When Matt Sweeney sat down with Keith Richards—the literal definition of a legend—the conversation was so great that we decided to split it up into two parts. This is the second part of the interview. We honestly don’t know how to describe this, because, Christ, it’s Keith Richards. Just stop reading and watch it, damnit.