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Keith Richards On Keith Richards: Interviews And Encounters [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Keith Richards

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The iconic life and career of the famed guitarist of the Rolling Stones is detailed in this compilation of interviews that spans the last 50 years.

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"All of the infamous incidents are covered--Brian Jones' drowning death, Richards' 1967 drug bust and subsequent jail time, the violence at Altamont, and Richards' public feuding with Mick Jagger, most notably after Mick's knighthood. But what also comes through is his still-burning admiration for the Chicago blues musicians who were his greatest influence and his wariness of fame. Great reading for Stones' fans."-- Booklist "[An] entertaining look at one of rock's most iconic figures."-- Publishers Weekly "Sean Egan has done a terrific job of bringing together some of the best 'classic' Keith Richards interviews with little-known, hard-to-find gems that reveal more about the 'soul of the Stones.' As an interviewee, Keith Richards has always been the most entertaining Rolling Stone to read--at once straightforward, informative, and eloquent--and this collection is a great way to revisit fifty years of Stoneage." --Ian McPherson, "I love this book, weirdly more than Keiths own biography but as he himself admits here, its hard to relate to someone whos had his life..." - Chris McDougall, FFRUKiT! March 2014 -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch .

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Sean Egan is an author and journalist who has interviewed members of The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, The Beatles, The Kinks, Led Zeppelin, The Who and many others. He is the author of The Rough Guide to The Rolling Stones and The Mammoth Book of The Beatles.

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This cool little book contains interviews from across Richards' life in The Rolling Stones. Beginning with the 1964 piece on the band's Juke Box Jury debacle (according to the establishment), and ending with a 2011 interview stemming from Richards' appearance at the GQ magazine's "Men of the Year Awards". It may be worth more than 3 "stars" because of the unpublished interview--to each his own.

In between are interviews from a 1966 piece for issue #25 of "The Rolling Stones Book" (about Richards' Redlands home and more innocent times, plus the gardener Jack Dyer--inspiration for "Jumpin' Jack Flash"), a 1971 interview for Rolling Stone (very lengthy), a 1976 piece for Sounds, a 1980 interview for Zigzag (now appearing in it's corrected form, different from original publication), a 1981 piece (known as "Tattoo Me") on The Stones' "Tattoo You" album rehearsal work, a 1983 chat with the Daily Mirror, a piece for Record Collector, and several others. Also here is "The Great Lost Keith Richards Interview", intended for Creem Magazine (which ceased publication before the interview could be published) in 1988. Besides the usual queries, this has some pretty interesting questions and answers in it (Richards' thoughts on the quality of The Stone's CD product, the music business) that make it worthwhile reading.

Fans of Richards will be familiar (check out "The Mammoth Book Of The Rolling Stones" also by Egan) with most of these interviews. But having them in one nice neat little book makes for some interesting, informative, and just plain good reading on Richards, The Stones, and music in general. The interviews really give an impression of their times as Richards and the questions change over the years, and Richards begins to play up his "outlaw" r'n'r image. In these later period interviews Richards is keenly aware of the image he wants people to see, so at times embellishes the facts to fit the image. There's no photos except for the cover, and there's an Index which is helpful.

Besides the "lost" interview fans will be familiar with these pieces, but there's something about these interviews with Keef that keep you reading. They're a reminder of past days (until the late 70's/early 80's) before Richards became fodder for the media as a "bad boy" of r'n'r. Still--enjoyable, interesting, and sometimes informative interviews. Check it out.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book! As advertised 3. Juli 2014
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Great book!As advertised! I would buy from them again.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Good Read 23. März 2014
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If your a fan of the Stones or interested in the life of this legendary figure it won't be disappointing. Anyone who has been selling out stadiums for over 40 years and created some of the most well known riffs in rock is worth a look into what make him tick
5.0 von 5 Sternen GREAT BOOK FOR KEITH FANS 30. Dezember 2013
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A great collection of interviews and pieces on Keith and the band from throughout his career. Great insights into songwriting, his relationships int eh band, and, of course, guitar
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