Hundreds of books have been written about the Rolling Stones (including Ronnie Woods fun memoirs), but until Keith Richards autobiography finally comes out of hiding, this is closest any fan will get to knowing what the current band line-up have going on inside their own heads, in their own words.
Punctuated by essays from industry professionals such as Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun, iconic photographer David Bailey and producer Don Was, the book chronicles their rise from not having enough money to buy guitar strings, right up to super stardom with lashings of debauchery plugging the gaps.
While ex-members serial bed-hopper Bill Wyman and their golden era guitarist Mick Taylor sadly dont get a chance to voice their own opinion, the anecdotes from the four veteran Stones themselves prove to be both insightful, detailed and hilarious. Who wouldve thought that Charlie Watts could punch Mick Jagger into a tray of smoked salmon?Shop for this book at Amazon
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