Obit Charlie Watts

From left, Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones perform on July 15, 2019, in New Orleans. [PHOTO BY AMY HARRIS/INVISION/AP, FILE]

SHEFFIELD — David Hood said he remembers standing outside Muscle Shoals Sound in December 1969 listening to the Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World, The Rolling Stones, recording three tracks that would end up on the legendary "Sticky Fingers" album.

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