Nankering with the Rolling Stones

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A Capella Books, 2000 - Music - 304 pages
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James Phelge lived with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones for over a year, from when they were just getting their start until their first taste of success at the top of the British charts. He slept in the same room with them and hung out with them constantly; the Stones even gave him writing credit on many of their early songs, though he had nothing to do with the music. Richards describes Phelge as the most disgusting man he ever knew, but he's also a clear-sighted raconteur, and his detailed account of the Stones' salad days is fresh, revealing, and uproarious.

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Review: Nankering with the Rolling Stones: The Untold Story of the Early Days

User Review  - Doug Russell - Goodreads

Awesome read...Really gives you what the Stones were like in their younger and more rebellious days...Quite an eye opener, even for broad minded me. Read full review

Review: Nankering with the Rolling Stones: The Untold Story of the Early Days

User Review  - Goodreads

Awesome read...Really gives you what the Stones were like in their younger and more rebellious days...Quite an eye opener, even for broad minded me. Read full review

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