This is a thorougly enjoyable book all the way through.
They fill chafing dishes to the brim of steaming lobster tails and place bowls of drawnt butter where they'll be easy to reach.
It's a must-have for anyone wanting to read about the Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band In The World at the height of their powers.
Sound of the times
It brings back my youth.
I was on this Journey as a young man 42 years ago !!!!!
This book has some decent insight into the Stones tour of 1972, but it no where nearly compares to Tony Sanchez's book (Up and Down with the Rolling Stones), which gives you much... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Liz Paris
This party (rock tour) is a flashback to a by-gone age. That will never be seen again.
Emagine being on a US tour with the most amazing, wild rock and roll band. Read more
I'ts hard for me to be totally objective about this book a) being a huge Stones fan, and b) having attended the Madison Square Garden show on Mick Jagger's birthday that wrapped up... Read morePublished on May 28, 2012 by Mr. GrvThang
An excellent book by a man who actually witnessed the events he recounts. Considered by many to be the peak of the Stones' performing career, their 1972 tour of America certainly... Read morePublished on April 25, 2011 by James L. Desper Jr.
"I think I the only rock star never to have worn beads" Charlie Watts
A real gem this. I was also reading Keith Richards new bio kind at the same time and they are great... Read more
Some people, I swear. I'm getting not helpful reviews because I point out this guy's very weak skills as an author and his pathetic research that yielded numerous factual errors? Read morePublished on August 14, 2007 by Mark
Why would anyone want to read a book about a tour that took place more than 30 years ago, in support of what is arguably the Rolling Stones most overrated album?? Read morePublished on July 3, 2004 by chris meesey Food Czar