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  • Relié: 512 pages
  • Editeur : Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd (21 octobre 2002)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0751346462
  • ISBN-13: 978-0751346466
  • Dimensions du produit: 26,4 x 3,9 x 30,8 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Hang Ta Kong TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 19 février 2009
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Cet ouvrage titanesque décrit la vie des Rollings Stones de l'intérieur par le biais de leur bassiste original. A l'origine, Bill avait lors des premiers succès du groupe, commencé à consigner ses mémoires dans un carnet, pensant que la vie du groupe serait éphémère, et que cela amuserait son fils. Les carnets se sont accumulés, ont rempli une, puis plusieurs valises.

Bill Wyman a retrouvé ses carnets et nous compte donc l'histoire des Pierres qui roulent. Ce livre est plus décousu que le précédent 'Stone Alone' mais c'est visuellement un régal.

Je regrette qu'il couvrent plus les 60's que le reste de leur carrière mais c'est un détail mineur.
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Stefy TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 14 septembre 2011
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C'est bien simple: ce livre est un inestimable trésor. Il est énorme dans tous les sens du terme. Il se lit, se feuillette, se relit, encore et encore. Une mine. De l'or en barre. Bref, que du bonheur.
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22 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
If you love the Stones, run--don't walk--to buy this! 7 janvier 2004
Par Joe G. Brannen - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Let me begin by tempering my comments with the fact that I've long been a fan of the Stones (going back to my garage-band days in the late 60's), so I began this book with a sincere interest in understanding the "phenomenon" we know as "The Rolling Stones". After just a short while, I was absolutely blown away by Bill Wyman's thorough, loving, and fantasically annotated effort. Here it is ladies and gentlemen, the complete history (warts and all) of one of the world's great rock bands. I am amazed that the book comes across as objective, and Wyman never sounds as if he's boasting or bragging...he just lays out the history of the group, song-by-song and performance-by-performance. Information is presented in somewhat of a scrapbook format, but this quickly grows on you, as it allows you to skip over items you might not care to view (lists of each forum where the Stones played on each tour), and savor the tidbits of information that are so insightful. Each page holds an incredible amount of information: photographs, background information, side notes, copies of contracts, mini-biographies, discographies, and so on. Very interesting tidbits of information are found almost everywhere....did you know that the famous "Jumping Jack Flash" riff was NOT a Jagger/Richard idea? Lots of clippings from newspapers and other media of the day, in turn condemning or praising the Stones as a group and as individuals. It's almost like being allowed to view Wyman's day-by-day scrapbook/diary of what happened as the band went from a bunch of school boys to the greatest rock band left standing. The amazing thing is that I never found myself bored with this volume. Maybe that's because I've always been amazed by the Stones, and perhaps that's natural for someone who "grew up" with them. So my advice is aimed at those who are sincere Stones fans or those who have a deep interest in the history of the band. This book should pretty much answer all your questions and provide MANY hours of entertainment as you "roll" with the Stones.
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Great Coffee Table Book on the Stones! 11 décembre 2002
Par J. E FELL - Publié sur
Format: Relié
I was interested when I found out Bill Wyman was doing another book on the history of the "Greatest Rock And Roll Band in the World." His first book "Stone Alone" is one the better books I have read on the history of the band. Unfortunately that book ends at the start of the 1970s. Wyman's new book "Rolling with the Stones" follows the exploits of the band through his entire tenure with the band. Fanatics will enjoy the many pictures of memorabilia from Wyman's own collection. There are a number of rare photographs including some from when the band members were only kids. Other interesting items include many magazine covers and articles, tour posters, and pictures of rare import single sleeves. Album and single releases include track listings, chart positions and information about the original versions of songs the Stones covered. A general set list of songs played on each tour is included as well as list of tour dates and opening acts for each tour. Wyman makes the book a good read by spicing the book with quotes and stories from fans, friends, family, other fellow musicians and the Stones themselves. Many of the quotes and stories pertain to the memorabilia and photos included in the book. Another great aspect of the book is that since Bill Wyman was involved that book does not focus almost entirely on Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Brian Jones. The pictures are divided up more evenly among the band members including Ian Stewart. The book is essential to anyone with more than just a passing interest in the Rolling Stones. It was well worth the price especially since I got it on sale.
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You'll Love It 2 décembre 2002
Par Anthony Nasti - Publié sur
Format: Relié
This book by ex-Stones bassist Bill Wyman and Richard Havers is one of the best rock books ever; it's also the most definitive Rolling Stones book. This is the second book by Wyman,
his first being 1990's "Stone Alone". This book has everything Stones- tour setlists, photos, information on singles, and clippings from newspaper articles. It even tells the real title and the story behind the infamous groupie anthem "Star Star". It also features a hilarious 1970 Peanuts comic advertising the release of "Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out". The photos here are amazing. But there's one fact I can't believe. Who would vote Keith the 9th handsomest man in the world? Ray Charles? This is great book
for any Stones fan.
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Get this book on the Rolling Stones if you only get one! 9 novembre 2002
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Format: Relié
I'm also prejudiced as I'm a very strong and longtime Stones fan, e.g. I've got all the new SACD albums and have seen them 6 times on the 2002 US tour! This book is a superb summary of both their off and on stage escapades with lots of details too. Designed as a high end coffee book it is more than its 2,000 photos, 45 two page tour spreads (yes - each tour and every date is listed up to 1993 - when Bill Wyman had left). Plus their are lots of quotes from many who were there and so much more! It literaly starts with where they were born and goes on from there. Definitely easy to dip in to, say for your favorite album or tour, or to read through in one very long sitting. Highly recommended. Enjoy!
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ROLL CALL 17 février 2003
Par Vicki Arkoff - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Once again, DK Publishing raises the bar, forever influencing the way the best pop culture biographies will be handled by the rest of the book industry. This time, the noted non-fiction publisher applies its unique visual encyclopedia approach to a bigger-than-life biographical subject, The Rolling Stones, making all previous celebrity bios pale by comparison. As such, this sophisticated coffee table production -- "Rolling With The Stones," written by none other than former Rolling Stone bassist Bill Wyman himself, with the help of his "Bill Wyman's Blues Odyssey" partner, Richard Havers and a staff of DK editors -- is a thoroughly engaging insider story of the world's legendary bad-boy rock and roll band. Judging the book by its cover, one might mistakenly suspect it's a common as-told-to remembrance. To the contrary, the hefty book is a virtual mini-museum providing everything anyone could possibly want to know about the band, its history, its inspiration and its affect on cultural and social history. Drawing from his massive personal collection of Stones memorabilia, Wyman provides hundreds of one-of-a-kind artifacts, personal photos, and entries from decades of daily journals that he began writing as a child. There are more than 3,000 images here in all, amid hundreds of press clippings, set lists, quotations by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Brian Jones, Mick Taylor and Ronnie Wood, as well as their famous peers, political pundits and journalists. Wyman's personal account links the historical analysis, anecdotes and images, as if he's personally guiding readers through a scholarly scrapbook of sorts.
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