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Mick Jagger (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 2. Oktober 2012

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'Commendable thoroughness, engaging wit and boundless energy, much as Jagger has shown over the decades' Mail on Sunday 'Hugely readable' The Guardian 'One of Norman's triumphs in Mick Jagger is to chart the decade's evolution as well as his progress within it' Sunday Express 'The most ambitious and comprehensive Jagger biography to date' Rolling Stone 'Extremely well researched' Rolling Stone 'Barnstorming...Norman has ploughed this terrain for much of his career, and brings to his subject both a deep fascination with the ecology of rock'n'roll plus a sharp eye for its absurdities' The Observer 'Norman's book reads like a thrill ride. He captures as well as anybody that magical combination of youth, talent and low rent that would eventually become the Rolling Stones' The New York Times -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.


Throughout five decades of fronting the Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger has been seen as the ultimate arrogant superstar, whose sexual appetite rivals Casanova's and whose supposed reckless drug use touched off the most famous scandal in rock history.

Now Philip Norman reveals a Jagger far more complex than the cold archseducer of myth: here at last is the real story of how a shy economics student became a modern Antichrist…of the beautiful women from Chrissie Shrimpton to Jerry Hall, whom he has bedded but not always dominated . . . of the enduring but ever-fraught partnership with his "Glimmer Twin," Keith Richards. Mick Jagger, above all, explores the keen and calculating intelligence that has kept the Stones on their plinth as "the world's greatest rock'n'roll band" for half a century.

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Eine sehr gelungene Biographie über Mick Jagger, die nicht nur seine Trophäensammlung in der Frauenwelt portraitiert,
sondern auch den Mensch und Künstler belichtet.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I love it but 25. März 2017
Von David Terralavoro - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I love it but, I was hoping for 800 plus pages as Mr Norman gave "John Lennon -The Life" book. The writing and research is great and thorough but with alot of the biographies it follows this trend - 80 percent of the reading goes up to about 1975 then the next 40 years are "skimmed' over". Granted I did learn alot but would have loved to hear more about Jagger's solo career (as in the albums - not the girlfriends). Mr Norman I loved "Shout!", "John Lennon -The Life" and have ordered The Rolling Stones book.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Well worth reading! 29. Juli 2015
Von Sam L. Elowitch - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Philip Norman is a masterful rock diarist with a gift for elegant and descriptive prose. He certainly seems to have researched this book exceptionally well and I think he manages to capture the sweetness, brilliance, and coolness of Jagger while not sparing us his self-indulgence and his capacity for being a world-class jerk at times.

The first half of the book reads less like a biography of Mick Jagger than an intelligently crafted musical history of the Rolling Stones, which is why I docked it one star even though I loved the astutely written non-biographical portions. This might have been even better as two separate books, but in any case a very entertaining read. I also commend this volume for prompting the reader to listen to and learn more about the American blues—New Orleans, Chicago, and parts betwixt and between—that inspired the music of the immortal and truly amazing Rolling Stones.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Not much of a biography 17. November 2014
Von S. A. Lacks - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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After just reading Keith Richards bio, LIFE, I wanted to hear the Stones story from Mick's point of view. It didn't happen with this book. I don't know if this was an authorized bio but the author barely seems to know Jagger. This author seems to think that the Stones were just Jagger's backup band and that Mick would have elevated any bunch of musicians to greatness. I grew up with the Stones. I rarely could understand what Mick was saying but didn't care because their entire sound was great. Norman presents a story that is pasted together from other books, articles and rumors. To these he adds his own creepy perspective. I feel I know Richards a bit by listening to his recollections and stories, even if his memory is somewhat suspect. I came to like and respect him. I have no idea who Mick Jagger is. Disappointing.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen The book was interesting, but I think the author ... 21. August 2016
Von Diane Gamble - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book was interesting, but I think the author was trying to prove his literary intelligence by using a large amount of over the top adjectives and adverbs. There were times the sentence has so many floral or sexual adjectives that I had to go back and reread the sentence to find out what he was talking about. I am still wondering how he managed to get all of his "insider" information as Jagger is so private about his life. It was interesting but I really don't know how much to believe.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Interesting Book on a Legend 22. Juni 2013
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I thought Phillip Norman did a respectable job at unraveling the complex life of Mick Jagger. However, I wish Mr. Norman would have touched on the numerous accounts surrounding Brian Jones' leaving the band. I caught a BBC broadcast on YouTube which had interviews on the final days of Brian Jones and it seemed to cast a different light his relationship with the Rolling Stones. I get the drug distractions.....but it sounded as if Brian quest for artist and creative freedom ultimately was more of a driver. Mr. Norman presented more of an argument that the group (maybe just Mick) were fed up with Brian and wanted to cut strings. I'm 'ok' with his assertion, but in all fairness Brian's move from the Stones and literal move to a new home/recording studio appeared to be the beginning of a new chapter....not an end. But all authors deserve their opinion, but to any reader I would check other sources just to help draw your own conclusions.
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