The White Stripes: Sweethearts of the Blues Paperback – 27 Feb 2004
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It be structurally perfect leading you through the story of jack and meg from birth to the pains of fame (And MTV), giving you lots of small bits of unimportant but tantalising information about the pair along the way that white stripes obsessives will dribble all over...hm.
Another wonderful thing, is the fact that the book brings in all types of White Stripes mythology and theories to hidden meanings behind their colours and whatnot that will have never crossed your mind before. Unless of course your either very clued up on alchemy or mad. You'll get what i mean about alchemy if you read it.
Yet mor treats lie in store because there some very early and very cool rare pictures of jack and meg before even the white stripes had begun. Jack in that case as meg wasnt in the picture then. HA picture. sorry its late.
Well there you go structure, gossip, alchemy and cool pictures. Come on what more do you want. Def must for any fan.
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The book is a heartfelt tribute to the band, especially to Jack and a very entertaining read. I'm in my 30s with four children that all love the White Stripes and this is on my teen's "to-read" list also. The author approached her subject with warmth and heart and put many pieces of the Stripes puzzle together in a fast-paced joyful manner.
There is a strong coherent understanding of the power of the White Stripes' magic in this book. The undercurrent of appreciation for Jack and Meg shines through and it is a respectful, happy read.
It's a must for the Stripes' collectors and those who have a soft spot for Jack and Meg's work.
I recommend this book most especially to fans who have just been turned on the the White Stripes and want to know more.
My thanks to Ms. Sullivan for putting together a book that reveals a love for the music and the magic of Jack and Meg.