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Up and Down with The Rolling Stones Audiobook

Up and Down with The Rolling Stones

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Publisher's Summary

Listen to the original source of Stones myths and legends about gangsters, celebrities, drugs, movies, orgies, death, blood changes, and magnificent songs coming to life. A must-have companion to Keith’s excellent audiobook Life.

©2010 John Blake Publishing (P)2012 Talking Music

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    Adam 03-25-15
    Adam 03-25-15 Member Since 2015
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    "An epic tale of rock and roll"

    Perfect narration. The stories may not be 100% factual, but the spirit is in the right place. A legendary band needs legendary tales and this audiobook delivers chapter after chapter.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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    Lisa YHZ 04-15-17
    Lisa YHZ 04-15-17
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    ""It's only rock and roll but I like it""

    Richly entertaining "bio" of a fairly sorry bunch of dudes, or at least that's how it comes across in this gin-soaked heroin-fogged story of "Spanish Tony"'s time as dime-bag man for the Stones. It's all a little let down by the breathy narrator, however, whose cadence drove me mad each time I pressed
    Play. Narration aside, though, this was an enjoyably decadent and lascivious inside look at an iconic band - it really is a wonder the main players are still alive (and out of jail)!

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