7 edition of Up and Down With the Rolling Stones found in the catalog.
by Blake Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||336|
Up and Down With The Rolling Stones (Book): Sánchez, Tony. $20 $10 Rolling Stones Book; $20 $10 Rolling Stones Book; $59 $29 All Access - The Rock 'N' Roll Photography of Ken Regan Book; $28 $14 Rolling Stones 50 x 20 Book; $22 $11 The Life And Good Times Of The Rolling Stones Book; $20 $10 Rolling Stones: In Their Own Words. BookCategory: Books.
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While some of the episodes in the book may be exaggerated, the book still provides a good overall view of The Rolling Stones through the ’s’s. There are other books that go into more detail about Altamont, the business side of the Stones, etc., but still an enjoyable read/5().
Up And Down With The Rolling Stones is a sort of gossipy, soap opera affair in the vein of Im With The Band. Spanish Tony Sanchez is not much /5. Up And Down With The Rolling Stones, by Tony Sanchez October, Signet Books (original trade paperback edition ) In many ways this sleazy tell-all is similar to Frederic Seaman’s later The Last Days Of John Lennon; it’s written by a former assistant whose job mostly entailed getting high with his employer-slash-best friend, and it seems to have been written with a grudge to bear.
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"Spanish" Tony Sanchez's memoir Up And Down With The Rolling Stones is perhaps not the most accurate Rolling Stones book ever written, but it's certainly one of the most entertaining. I suppose Sanchez's goal was to describe his relationship with the band (mainly as friend and drug supplier of one Keith Richards) from the mid ‘60s through the ‘70s, but the book has little to do with.
Sanchez was the ""paid companion"" of Keith Richards, lead guitarist of the Rolling Stones. He is able to describe life with the Stones on their way to the top because he filled a very important need.
Through underworld connections he could supply them with the enormous quantities of cocaine, heroin, marijuana, acid, and a host of less familiar pharmaceuticals, essential to their lifestyle. Tony Sanchez’s sex-and-smack exposé, Up and Down With the Rolling Stones: The Inside Story (Morrow, pp., $, paperback, illustrated), is well-timed, though Elvis: What Happened.
still holds the prize. Keith Richards, Sanchez' former employer and the book's main subject, did not, as did Elvis, drop dead more or less on publication day. A book inspired by a lifelong appreciation of the music that borders on obsession, Rich Cohen’s fresh and galvanizing narrative history of the Rolling Stones begins with the fateful meeting of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards on a train platform in - and goes on to span decades, with a focus on the golden run - from the albums Beggars.
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Now available in digital format for the first time since it was published inthe book, taken from author Nigel Goodall’s original unedited manuscript, assembles an amazing picture of the first decade of the ‘Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band.
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The best books about the Rolling Stones. Read on The Rolling Stones pretended they wouldn’t be touring in to celebrate their 50th anniversary, and Keith claimed that as Charlie didn’t join the band untilhe.
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New York: W. Morrow, Up & Down with the Rolling Stones Neil Strauss, then the critic for the New York Times, was seated next to me: soon he would write a best-selling book about how to pick up, use, and exploit the good will of women that sort of distilled what the Stones whole ethos projects.
Meanwhile, on stage, the Stones had a giant mechanical dragon that. Let It Read. The Ultimate Literary Guide to the Rolling Stones. In honor of the 50 th anniversary of the Stone’s first concert, we picked out the best 14 books on the legendary band. From Keith. The Stanley Booth Book The Robert Greenfield Book "Up and Down With The Rolling Stones" by Tony Sanchez "Stone Alone" by Bill Wyman One about Brian Jones from about 10 years ago, can't remember the title sorry.
• The Cambridge Companion to the Rolling Stones, edited by Victor Coelho and John Covach, is published by Cambridge University Press (£).
To order a copy go to or call.The Rolling Stones are an English rock band formed in London in The first stable line-up consisted of bandleader Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica, keyboards), Mick Jagger (lead vocals, harmonica), Keith Richards (guitar, vocals), Bill Wyman (bass guitar), Charlie Watts (drums), and Ian Stewart (piano).
Stewart was removed from the official line-up in but continued to work with the Genres: Rock, blues, rock and roll. I just finished Keith’s book “Life”. It was not as good as I hoped. I wanted more about the music and the musicians and the recording/studio stuff. There were a few things in there, but FAR less than I expected.
Since I think Keith is the most mus.