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Not Fade Away by Dawn Molloy Young
Not Fade Away by Dawn Molloy Young
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I bought this book because I am a Stones fan and in particular, Brian Jones. Knowing a fair amount about his life, I knew there would be a lot of sadness, but I was staggered by how much pain Dawn went through. She had a very strict Catholic upbringing and when she fell pregnant with Brian's child, her parents were no support and sent her away for the pregnancy to a home for unmarried mothers to give birth on her own. Reading how they took her 6 week old baby away from her broke my heart. Brian of course left her to fend for herself. The Stones management handled the dirty work that Brian had coursed. I had to keep reminding myself that Brian was only 22, but that doesn't excuse him at all… Read more
The Rolling Stones: Rock And Roll Circus [DVD] [20&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Liev Schreiber
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not go quality, 30 Nov 2013
I bought this dvd to see the Stones before Brian Jones left. It was quite a bad quality film, but the sound was okay. But I am glad i have it. Brian Jones wasn't looking great but was smiling at the end. He played No Expectations brilliantly. I look at a man who started something great and ended up a sad and rather disturbed young man.
The Wild and Wicked World of Brian Jones by Anna Wohlin
4.0 out of 5 stars Confused, 30 Nov 2013
I have read a few books regarding Brian Jones and I am rather confused with the conclusion to this book. I have read one book recently that said there were more people at the farm than Anna said. I would like to think Brian found happiness the last months of his life. If only he had lived to enjoy a life without Jagger Richards. Even when he did leave, the Stones still seemed to have a hold over him.

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