a quiet place to think about music

At the end of the show, he’ll leave the stage, and the sirens will be going, and the limosines waiting, and Charlie Watts will walk back to his drumkit and change the position of his drumsticks by two millimeters. Then he’ll look at it. Then if it looks good, he’ll leave.

The drums are about to be stripped down and put in the back of a truck, and he cannot leave if he’s got it in his mind that he’s left his sticks in a displeasing way.
Keith Richards