It's only rock 'n' roll
Revisit the mod, mad days of the British Invasion with According to the Rolling Stones, a comprehensive scrapbook of the band that's filled with rare images, sensational stories and an invaluable reference section. Narrated by the Stones themselves, the volume represents the collective efforts of Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ron as they pull out all the stops to provide an uncensored history of their 40-year career. Candid and direct, the foursome share a fascinating array of personal and artistic anecdotes, shedding light on the music-making process and the rock 'n' roll lifestyle.
Featuring 350 photographsmany never seen until nowand memorabilia from the band's own archive, as well as a timeline and discography, the book is a must-have for fans of the brashest band in the music biz. Mixed in with the Stones' own stories are remembrances contributed by major players in the group's career, including Ahmet Ertegun, head of Atlantic Records, producer Don Was and photographer David Bailey. A provocative look at a timeless band, According to the Rolling Stones is a dynamic, vital and colorful portrait of a group that's only improved with age.