Mick Jagger: The Unauthorised Biography

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Sanctuary, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 214 pages
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In the forty-two years since The Rolling Stones first appeared in the UK singles chart, Mick Jagger has carved for himself a career and an image that have set him apart as one of the truly great performers of the 20th century.
Covering an eye-stretching six decades, from Jagger's enlivening of a conventional provincial upbringing with sexual adventure and attempts to forge a more glamorous future than that suggested by his graduation from a local state grammar to the London School of Economics, and concluding with his present life as a former national pariah-turned-knighted mainstay of rock's ruling class. Mick Jagger: The Unauthorised Biography presents a definitive perspective of the deeds and character of Michael Philip Jagger.

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Nothing to surprising, except the fact that he's not dead yet. Read full review

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Contents

Abe ut The Author
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Big Boss Man
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Go On To School
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Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Alan Clayson lives in Dover, UK. He is the author of 7 books.

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