The lead guitarist for The Rolling Stones recounts his life, from a youth obsessed with Chuck Berry to the formation of the Stones and their subsequent stardom, and discusses his problems with drugs, the death of Brian Jones, and his relationship with Mick Jagger.
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Biography of the life of Keith Richards and his membership in the Rolling Stones.
A gift from Raymond. Read it over a number of weeks. Skipped over the technical guitar/music parts. Well written - wonder what share of the writing done by Keef and what part by James Fox. But interesting perspective on life with the Rolling Stones. 8/10
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Coarse Language: A few swears. Uses a lot of English terms which, may very well be swears.
Sexual Content: Nothing in great detail, but there are references to sex.
Other: MANY drug references. This is the main reason I would not let my 14 year old son read this. At times it appears that he glorifies his heroin use due to the fact that he could pretty much control it. Not a good message for impressionable youth to read.
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