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A Prince Among Stones: That Business with The Rolling Stones and Other Adventures [Paperback]

Prince Rupert Loewenstein
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Review

This book is far more than a footnote to the Rolling Stones; it is an elegantly written account of how two cultures came together (Lynn Barber Sunday Times)

This is one of the funniest rock books I've read, fuelled, in the way only an aristocrat's memoir could be, by a sense of cheery entitlement and the random pursuit of amusement for its own sake (New Statesman)

Unusually frank, enjoyable (Daily Mail)

Book Description

A wry, funny and fascinating memoir from a leading figure in the modern financial world, this is the unique account of one of the greatest bands in musical history

About the Author

Born in Palma, Majorca in 1933, Prince Rupert Loewenstein lived in London and Paris, and studied medieval history at Oxford before becoming a stockbroker for the American firm Bache & Co. In 1963 he formed a consortium that bought the merchant bank Leopold Joseph & Sons. Five years later he met Mick Jagger and managed The Rolling Stones' finances until 2008. Prince Rupert lives in Petersham, near Richmond, with his wife, Princess Josephine; they have three children.
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