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According to The Rolling Stones

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood

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Music, Biography: arts & entertainment, Prose: non-fiction

The inside story of the Rolling Stones according to the Rolling Stones themselves.

'The definitive story of the Rolling Stones' HEAT

In this remarkable book, the Stones themselves reveal the story behind the legend, getting right to the heart of what makes the group tick. It's the band's-eye view of their history, punctuated by pithy comments on album and single releases, on memorable performances and on the ups and downs of their private world, and also includes stunning illustrations, many from their own personal archives. The book begins with their roots and what brought them together. It then charts their rise from playing in tiny clubs to their success as 'the greatest rock 'n' roll band in the world'. They describe how their music has evolved and how it has changed their lives.

'It wasn't so much a question of being a wizard on the guitar. You also had to be quite a magician to live with the Stones' Ronnie Wood

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Praise for According to The Rolling Stones

  • Their often blunt recollections make for a hugely entertaining slice of rock 'n' roll history. As producer Don Was puts it: 'Whatever else is happening in the world, you can always count on the Rolling Stones to show up and play the s**t out of "Satisfaction"'. Amen to that - OBSERVER

  • Show me someone who has never got their rocks off to the throbbing rhythm of the Rolling Stones and I'll show you a miserable old git who belongs in the Dark Ages ... now here's a treat for fans, a book which gets right to the heart of what makes the Stones tick as musicians, songwriters, performers and chums - DAILY MAIL

  • The Stones recover the passion for the blues, R&B and rock 'n' roll that first brought them together. A deft blend of substance and style worthy of its subject - ROLLING STONE magazine

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