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5.0 out of 5 stars A Fantastic Source for real Stones fans, 22 Aug 2003
This review is from: Stone Alone: The Story of a Rock'n'Roll Band (Paperback)
I am a long, long time Stones follower, and I own lots of books about the band. I prefer the early years, when Brian Jones was still in the band. Wyman's books is as close as you get to be with the early Stones, following them from club to club, from dance hall to ballroom, from UK to the USA. Bill kept and extensive diary about the band, with lots of material. This allows him to tell you exactly what the Stones did on a particular day: where they bought that jacket, or what they were doing at home. The book isn't boring at all, nor is focused only in Wyman. It is very good written (in fact, Ray Coleman wrote it!) and the style is very bright. In my opinion, is the best book ever written about the Rolling Stones (1962-1969). You should buy it!
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Stone Alone: The Story of a Rock'n'Roll Band
Stone Alone: The Story of a Rock'n'Roll Band by Ray Coleman (Paperback - 16 Sep 1991)
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