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Author: Ian McLagan
Publisher: New York : Billboard Books, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"All the Rage covers the 60s British R & B explosion and Mac's work with the Small Faces; the '70s loose and boozy rock 'n' roll rave-ups of The Faces with Rod Stewart; the '80s, playing keyboards with Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan, and The Rolling Stones; and the '90s, tickling the ivories behind Melissa Etheridge, Bruce Springsteen, Buddy Guy, and Billy Bragg." "Mac's colorful descriptions of life on and off the road -  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Ian McLagan; Ian McLagan; Ian McLagan
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ian McLagan
ISBN: 0823078426 9780823078424
OCLC Number: 43561895
Notes: "First published in the UK in 1998 by Sidgwich & Jackson"--Title page verso.
Description: ix, 382 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Foreword / Dave Marsh --
pt. 1. 1945-1969. 1. Green Onions. 2. American Dreams. 3. Rolling Stoned. 4. Muleskinner Blues. 5. Small Faces Abound. 6. "Happy Boys, Happy!" 7. "Wakey Wakey, Tea and Cakey!" 8. People in Show Business. 9. The Industry of Human Happiness. 10. The Bubble Bursts. 11. Flight to Hell. 12. Nut Gone Flakes. 13. A Pot to Piss In --
pt. 2. 1969-1975. 14. Meet the Faces. 15. "Hmneigh!" 16. Made in Detroit. 17. On the Razzle. 18. "Cool Your Act!" 19. "I'm Leaving the Group" 20. Kim. 21. Dark Side of the Moon. 22. Fort Ike. 23. Thank You and Goodnight --
pt. 3. 1975-1998. 24. Has-Beens in Harmony. 25. Heart Attack. 26. Lawyers, Guns, and Money. 27. Ratchet Man. 28. Premonition.
Responsibility: by Ian "Mac" McLagan.

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"All the Rage covers the 60s British R & B explosion and Mac's work with the Small Faces; the '70s loose and boozy rock 'n' roll rave-ups of The Faces with Rod Stewart; the '80s, playing keyboards with Bonnie Raitt, Bob Dylan, and The Rolling Stones; and the '90s, tickling the ivories behind Melissa Etheridge, Bruce Springsteen, Buddy Guy, and Billy Bragg." "Mac's colorful descriptions of life on and off the road - including moving notes on the deaths of friends Ian Stewart, Steve Marriott, Keith Moon, and Ronnie Lane - set a standard for compelling, behind-the-scenes storytelling."--Jacket.

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