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Ain't It Time We Said Goodbye: The Rolling Stones on the Road to Exile [Format Kindle]

Robert Greenfield

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For ten days in March 1971, the Rolling Stones traveled by train and bus to play two shows a night in many of the small theaters and town halls where their careers began. No backstage passes. No security. No sound checks or rehearsals. And only one journalist allowed. That journalist now delivers a full-length account of this landmark event, which marked the end of the first chapter of the Stones’ extraordinary career.

Ain’t It Time We Said Goodbye is also the story of two artists on the precipice of mega stardom, power, and destruction. For Mick and Keith, and all those who traveled with them, the farewell tour of England was the end of the innocence.

Based on Robert Greenfield’s first-hand account and new interviews with many of the key players, this is a vibrant, thrilling look at the way it once was for the Rolling Stones and their fans—and the way it would never be again.

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Amazon.com: 4.2 étoiles sur 5  21 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Loved this! A great read. 12 juillet 2014
Par Brian Swanson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Loved this! A truly great read. In a world now dominated by Twitter feeds and fluff pieces that take no longer to read than your last visit to the loo, Greenfield puts it all down with old school detail and he has the street cred to back it up. This guy was there and though there is but one photo of Greenfield in the entire book, it's clear from that photo alone that he fit right in, allowing for him to be a true fly on the wall during what is arguably the most pivotal point in the career of the most enduring rock bands in history. Relying on what must have been an overwhelming abundance of notes scribbled in bathroom stalls and hall closets, Greenfield clearly isn't making any of this up or looking upward while uttering "I remember when...." Not just for Stones fans / not just for fans of rock and roll, this is about what makes any great story worth reading. It's about relationships, one of a kind characters, and yes, sex and drugs and rock and roll.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 (Barely) Rolling (With the) Stones! 28 mai 2014
Par Mike O'Connor - Publié sur Amazon.com
Robert Greenfield's AIN'T IT TIME WE SAID GOODBYE recounts the last U.K. tour undertaken by the Rolling Stones in 1971 before they became tax exiles. Greenfield was the only journalist who accompanied Mick & Co. on their farewell tour.

The bulk of the Greenfield's slight book Is given over to a venue-by-venue account of shows played at Newcastle, Coventry, Liverpool, etc. While some of the shows were top-notch, many weren't and it's hard to make lousy shows an appealing read, frankly. Changes were underway in the Mick-Keith relationship and these are brought up as well. Greenfield follows the Stones to France after tour's end and and later covers their 1972 tour.

Stones completists will undoubtedly enjoy Greenfield's book. It didn't trip my trigger but it's worth a look..
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Bobby G Writes Another Brilliant, Sexy Exploration into Rolling Stones at Their Peak! 15 juillet 2014
Par tony pazzaglia - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Robert Greenfield writes another captivating, page turner that provides personal insights into the band during its farewell European tour. Complete with Mick and Keith relationship tension, sex, drugs and rock and roll, Ain't it Time We Said Goodbye tells an insider's story with the voice of an intelligent, cool and keen observer into the tribe that call themselves the Rolling Stones. An essential read for any Stones, music, counterculture or 1970's hipster fan!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 How "The Glamour Twins" preceded "The Glimmer Twins". 14 mars 2015
Par kjcheek - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As always Robert Greenfield's books are a joy to read. This one takes you into the inner circle of the Stones as they prepare to leave England in 71' to take off to France for their Exile experiment. "Sticky Fingers" had just been released and honestly, the Stones were at the height of their powers. The Beatles imploded, the Stones just released their best album. Nobody could touch them. Of course this was just before heroin really took hold of Keith. This book beautifully illustrates the cracks in the Jagger/Richards friendship that ended up separating them as the two headed hydra of rock. Yes, they remained writing partners and became "The Glimmer Twins" but their relationship was somewhat damaged at this point and never truly recovered. Once Mick met Bianca and Anita was threatened by her looks, power and sophistication it changed the Stones. Mick was obviously in love and during the process became a society jet setter. He became even more famous what with his sultry foreign doppelganger attending various red carpets, society soirees, fashion shows, allowed into new political circles and generally viewed as a photo op magnet as THE french speaking cause celeb for the elite, Meanwhile Keith becomes even more entrenched into personifying rock and roll with his pirate vampire persona that sleeps, s***s and eats when and where he wants to. He is the Rolling Stones and everybody knows it and if Mick is going to carry on all over the world with his new bird then Keith is going to get really high because...he can. Keith becomes the world's most fabulous junkie and still carries the band. Apparently it doesn't have much effect on their product but it does damage their relationship. Keith knows it too and from this point on, the band comes to Keith once they leave England. He is the epicenter of all things going on with the Stones and even Mick has to capitulate. The king is smacked out but business has to be handled. High pressure cooker situation. Fascinating stuff.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 If you are a hard core Stones fan you will probably really like this book 12 mars 2015
Par gwendolyn a. bell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It was a toss up whether to give 3 stars or 4 stars for Ain't It Time We Said Goodbye, so I opted for the 4 stars. The book was informative, but just didn't "grab" me. If you are a hard core Stones fan you will probably really like this book, but for a middling fan the author seemed a bit like every other run of the mill author telling about the Rolling Stones. Keith and Mick are the be all, end all and the others are not too much worth mentioning. He did say a bit about Bobby Keys, the saxophone player, but much of it seemed to be in a critical vein and he wasn't a Stone.

I would recommend this book to hard core Rolling Stone fans.
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