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|Named Person:||Mick Jagger|
|Material Type:||Biography, Picture|
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|Description:||xiv, 622 pages, 16 pages of plates : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Prologue : Sympathy for the old devil --
"The blues is in him". India-rubber boy ; The kid in the cardigan ; "Very bright, highly motivated layabouts" ; "Self-esteem? He didn't have any" ; "'What a cheeky little yob,' I though to myself" ; "We spent a lot of time sitting in bed, doing crosswords" ; "We piss anywhere, man" ; Secrets of the pop stars' hideaway ; Elusive butterfly ; "Mick Jagger and Fred Engels on street fighting" --
The tyranny of cool. "The baby's dead, my lady said" ; Someday my prince will come ; The balls of a lion ; "As lethal as last week's lettuce" ; Friendship with benefits ; The glamour twins ; "Old wild men, waiting for miracles" ; Sweet smell of success ; The diary of a nobody ; Wandering spirit ; God gave me everything --
Throughout five decades of fronting the Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger has been seen as the ultimate arrogant, narcissistic superstar, whose sexual appetite and cavalier treatment of women rival Casanova's and whose supposed reckless drug use touched off the most famous scandal in rock history. Norman explores the keen and calculating intelligence that has kept the Stones on their plinth as "the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band" for half a century.