6 edition of Keith Richards found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||ML420.R515 B6 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 336 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||336|
Jones, a desolate individual, temperamentally unsuited to fame, drowned in his swimming pool in Julya few weeks after being fired by Jagger and Richards. Richards writes with disarming introspection about his childhood, family and fame. After enduring an excruciating four-hour flight to Auckland, New Zealand, he was operated on by neurosurgeon Dr. We never went back to her because we could never could find her. He is surprisingly illuminating on chord structures and the like, the kind of thing that in most rock memoirs has me skipping pages to get to the next drug bust or wrecked hotel room. And I'll do the best I can to fulfil their needs.
Solo albums and performances with his band the Xpensive Winos. But a certain guest at the party makes quite an impression and stubbornly refuses to leave: heroin. A paperback version was published in May Frankly, he has the time. It was pure. What are your fondest memories of knowing the Beatles?
His interest in music was triggered by his mother, Doris, who played records by Sarah VaughanBilly Eckstine and Louis Armstrongand his maternal grandfather, Augustus Theodore Dupree, a former big band player, who encouraged him to take up the guitar. He needs to belong. Jack Sparrow, on this rakish and tippling taskmaster. I had to do a Beatles song, having known them my whole life. What are your fondest memories of knowing the Beatles?
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It often reads like a historical document of another time: a lost world in which women were always "chicks" or "bitches", an inflatable giant penis was a non-ironic stage prop, and a bottle of Jack Daniel's was the de rigueur rock'n'roll accessory. Richards, now 66, writes with uncommon candor and immediacy.
Life has the macho swagger that rock'n'roll in general — and the Rolling Stones in particular — once possessed. And after that, I want to do it so much more. Sign up for our newsletter. He interviewed Richards at length and also talked to many associates.
The group's career path perfectly traces the trajectory of the rock form from rebellion, to assimilation by the mainstream, to corporatism; from meaning to empty spectacle. Signed by author. But there's one LSD trip in particular he regards as truly special. But never, ever, EVER cross a mate.
I drank beer and smoked cigarettes. I remember going to these clubs, and people would be slobbering all over me because of alcohol.
Keith Richards and James Fox are the authors of this magnificent book. One time, we had to stop driving because of the fog. Falling in love with Patti Hansen. I had to do a Beatles song, having known them my whole life.
In the lean years, Keith would double-string his guitar so the strings would last longer. They still could have been jealous of your voice.
With a warm sense of humor and willingness to share his grief, Mr. We had the best time. Richards is as comfortable in his bones as a worn pair of boots, and Life captures the rhythm of his voice so effortlessly that reading his tale is like sharing a pint with an old friend--one who happens to be one of the most iconic guitarists of all time.
I felt free for the first time. I chose junk. Keith Richards onstage during a sound check, Denmark, In this, he is the polar opposite of his musical partner, Jagger, with Keith Richards book he maintains what might in therapy-speak be called a long-term dysfunctional relationship.
He looked at Keith; he looked at me. His interest in music was triggered by his mother, Doris, who played records by Sarah VaughanBilly Eckstine and Louis Armstrongand his maternal grandfather, Augustus Theodore Dupree, a former big band player, who encouraged him to take up the guitar.Keith Richards was born in London in A guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, and cofounder of the Rolling Stones, he has also released solo albums with his band, The X-Pensive Winos.
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