Keith Richards: the biography

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Poseidon Press, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 415 pages
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Now in trade paperback, updated with a new chapter, here is the definitive biography of Keith Richards, legendary guitarist of the Rolling Stones. Certain to astound readers, it is one of the most entertaining and informative rock biographies ever. Photographs throughout.

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KEITH RICHARDS: Key to the Highway

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A gushing Keith Richards fanzine and high-bias Rolling Stones history. Richards, Bockris tells us, was the son of a dour working- class father who told his son to ``stop that noise'' and a doting ... Read full review

Keith Richards: the biography

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As the most notorious member of the Rolling Stones, Richards would seem to be the perfect subject for a titillating biography. Bockris, author of The Life and Death of Andy Warhol ( LJ 9/1/89), has ... Read full review

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19561961
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19611963
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1963
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John Cale has led an extraordinary, often hilarious life at the cutting edge. A volatile personality, an innovative thinker and an expressive storyteller, he has wrestled with drugs, alcohol, and fame, yet is now at the peak of health and artistic achievement. He lives in New York City.
Victor Bockris, a veteran chronicler of the Beats and the Factory, has worked closely with Cale to produce what will undoubtedly become one of the most vivid and revealing insights into the heart of the rock world.

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