No word yet on why. I knew him first as writer of the Stones' early classic "It's All Over Now." He was a Sam Cooke protege, sang with Sam and signed with his groundbreaking label. Then--he married his widow. After that "Across 110th St." and much else. J. Geils did his "Lookin' for a Love." Made the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame. Was still performing two weeks ago. Here's the Stones' classic take from the fabled TAMI show.