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I am amazed that this guy is still alive. Sure led an amazing life.
I really enjoyed his style and sense of humour.
Though I purchased the book for my husband, who likes rock and roll music, I read it as well.
I was blown away by the very honest and often hilarious adventures of Keith... Read more
Really solid, informative read written by someone who has a remarkable memory, given the history of pharmaceuticals. I liked the use of third-party memories/quotes. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Robert Agouri
The start was about his growing up, found it a little slow but defiantly picked up as I got further into it. If your a stones fan I recommend it.Published 5 months ago by Teresa Strachan
Really enjoyed this book. Keith writes like he is talking so at times it is rambling. But his life is fascinating! Enjoy!Published 9 months ago by Victoria
If you're into rock 'n' roll history and/or the Stones, this is one to choose. It's the closest I've encountered to being on a par with the Miles Davis autobiography (a superb... Read morePublished 9 months ago by LAURENCE MACKENZIE
Au début c'est très intéressant, sa jeunesse, la formation des Stones, le début de la gloire, puis ça... Read more
it was a gift for my son i didn't read the book so i don't know to muck about itPublished 18 months ago by Stephen Nace
Seems like one of the most down-to-earth, tell-it-like-it-is guys you could find. I love his passion for music, and for life in general. Read morePublished on March 20 2012 by Glenda Smelt