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Before reading this I was pretty knowledgeable about the Stones 1971 tax exile in to Southern France to record their masterpiece Exile On Main Street, but Greenfield fills in the... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Stephen Conn
This is a good book for those who might still have an interest in the seedy details of the Rolling Stones' debauched 70's existence. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Never Youmind
Some great back stories. I just wish there was more. Especially about the songs. However the author does gives plenty of 'further reading' recommendations .Published 7 months ago by GPsomas
Love reading the stories of a great bi-gone era ....early seventies rock and roll ....I feel the Stones turned out some of their greatest albums during this time including... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Peter ONeil
I actually bought this because Artie Lange mentioned it in "Crash and Burn". Not sure what the big deal is.Published 14 months ago by QUOKKA_54
As with all stories about the Rolling Stones, some we've heard & some are new, some are over the top (yet still true) and some are interesting only in that they are about the... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Shooting Stars Maui
I enjoyed the book very much. I had no idea how difficult it was to make this double side album. A good read if you like the StonesPublished 24 months ago by bill
This book was fun to read and offered some good anecdotes about a time many of us would love to have experienced.Published 24 months ago by sam
It's always entertaining to read about the antics of the Stones but this account is just not that good. Read morePublished on November 3, 2013 by Natalie