Mick

Mick

The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger

Book - 2012
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Shares insights into the iconic rock-and-roll performer's life, from his substance abuse challenges and his bisexual history to his connections to the British royal family and the secret attempt on his life.
Publisher: New York : Gallery Books, 2012
Edition: 1st Gallery Books hardcover ed
ISBN: 9781451661446
1451661444
Branch Call Number: 782.42166092 JAG NVD
Characteristics: 364 p

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didga know brian jones started the stones? had a friend named nick fitzgerald who wrote a bio of him. you'd have a completely different opinion of mick if you read that book instead, or in addition to.

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Jeffsuke
Mar 30, 2016

Better than the Marc Spitz book but still is lacking.
The book on Jagger still waits to be written.

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Badharley
Oct 31, 2014

Good read...Warning, you may not like Mick after =)

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nouanda
Sep 28, 2013

This is nothing I haven't read somewhere else, but it was great to read about him again.

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milesthecat
Apr 11, 2013

Interesting but must agree with many reviewers (RonNasty64 in particular) it really is sensationalism and probably does not reflect on Jagger as the successful artist and business man. I'm sure there are more in-depth bios in him put there. Kind of fun to read, though.

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emmasdaddy
Nov 29, 2012

liked it very good book

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emmasmommy
Nov 29, 2012

boring not worth the read

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ruhlme
Nov 01, 2012

straight from the gossip column, tabloid fodder

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David_W_B
Oct 17, 2012

Really enjoyed Keith Richards auto bio (with writing assistance) and thought this would fit more of the inside story to my musical following of the Stones over the past 50 years.
Not so! This should really be titled "A Few Salacious Fragments About the Instances and Circumstances of a Few of the 4 000 males and females With Whom Mick May have Slept"
Unbelievably inept research, salacious style points, an author to avoid.
Why did I persist in reading it? It ends the way it starts, and I feel cheap.

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RonNasty64
Sep 25, 2012

If tabloids and sensationalism interests you, then you'll enjoy this book. It seemed more like a transcript from Mick's little black book. Hopefully there is more to Mick that life in the sack.

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frenchtoast
Jul 18, 2012

frenchtoast thinks this title is suitable for 99 years and over

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