Keith Richards remembers a seminal moment in June 2004 when he and Mick Jagger started working on the new Rolling Stones album. At the time, drummer Charlie Watts was going through cancer treatment a

Keith Richards remembers a seminal moment in June 2004 when he and Mick Jagger started working on the new Rolling Stones album. At the time, drummer Charlie Watts was going through cancer treatment and the prognosis was unclear. "There's suddenly Mick and I looking at each other and going, 'Possibly we're the only two left of the originals,' " Richards says. "[But] you don't talk about that shit, you know?"