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Very funny book and I learned a lot about the Stones/Keith I didn't know. I love the Stones, it's a great book!Published 1 day ago by Jim R.
I am reviewing the audio CD. Overall it was very entertaining; however, it should have been edited and reduced in length. Twenty CDs is a lot to expect a listener to get through. Read morePublished 1 day ago by dc metro area
The life of a man with many lives intersecting with the history of rock. A fantastic life told with wit, humor and passion. Authentic, interesting. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Silvia Venturini
I thought the biography was well written and kept my interest. I would suggest having access to the internet while reading it since you will be tempted as I was to put the book... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Hrd2Spt
Decided to read this book over the holidays (I can say I spent the holidays with Keith Richards!) WOW, what a crazy, interesting life he has had! Read morePublished 3 days ago by Maryland Girl
Great read, the un polished life of a 60's icon and the friends around him. So stories are pretty funny,Published 16 days ago by David Grenz
One of the best music autobiographies I have ever read. Not just a book about the Rolling Stones, but the last 40 years of music. A must read ...Published 16 days ago by Al
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|Why are we celebrating Bad Boys?||
It is the press and the Stones first manager that labeled The Rolling Stones the "bad boys" of Rock n Roll. From the beginning the Stones wanted to play music and live their lives like the Blues musicians that they idolized. Basically, that is what Keith Richards has done and will do... Read More
Oct 25, 2010 by Greg Pearce | See all 25 posts
|Again, Kindle Edition not available in Europe||
I have the same problem! Not available for Africa:(
Sep 14, 2011 by Heleen Destroo | See all 2 posts
|Photos in Kindle edition of "Life" by Keith Richards||
Yes, the photos are there at the end of the Kindle version. You can access them pretty easily through the table of contents. They are scans, so some of them are quite small and you might have to squint to read the captions. The quality isn't terrible for a small black and white screen, but if you... Read More
Nov 11, 2010 by Amazon Customer | See all 4 posts
|Ernest Richards, Keith's grandfather||
Blasphemer! I could listen to J. Depp read a shopping list and be transported.
Aug 26, 2011 by Elle d'Amour | See all 4 posts
I'm looking forward to the book. Keith is the true Rock n Roll hero. He influenced all Rock guitarists that came after him. I am also very amused by the fan reaction at www.iorr.org to the exerts that have surfaced. People, especially women are up in arms about the "tiny todger' remark. Ahh,... Read More
Oct 23, 2010 by Greg Pearce | See all 8 posts
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