Life

Life

With the Rolling Stones, Keith Richards created the riffs, the lyrics and the songs that roused the world, and over four decades he lived the original rock and roll life. Now, at last, the man himself tells us the story of life in the crossfire hurricane....

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Life Reviews

  • Steve
    I started listening to the Rolling Stones back in the early 1970s. “Hot Rocks” (an early “greatest hits collection – and still one of the best by any band), “Sticky Fingers,” “Exile on Main Street,” “It’s Only Rock and Roll,” etc. In terms of th...
  • Petra-X
    Keith Richards was a clever kid, a talented artist, a choirboy who sang for the Queen and became an outstanding musician in one of the world's best bands. What is most on display in this book is his tremendous interest in music and musicians, not in rock, bands, money and fame - a lot of which he fi...
  • Judith E
    And what a life Keith Richards has had!It’s really a shame that internet memes have turned Keith Richards into a caricature instead of portraying him for what he is - a hard-working, genius of a man fully dedicated to the highest standard of music he can achieve. Written with the assistance of ...
  • Matthew
    I have liked the Rolling Stones for a long time. I remember going to see them back when I was in high school on the Voodoo Lounge tour (2004 – and I thought they seemed old back then!). But, I will say while I enjoyed them, I was more of a casual fan. However, in the past couple of years I have...
  • Madeline
    "It was 1975, a time of brutality and confrontation. Open season had been declared since our last tour, the tour of '72, known as the STP. The State Department had noted riots (true), civil disobedience (also true), illicit sex (whatever that is), and violence across the United States. All the fault...
  • F.R.
    Keith Richards’ autobiography starts really well and holds that momentum for a long time; although when it reaches the period covering the Eighties it does fall somewhat into score settling, and after that becomes somewhat bland and without spark. As such you have to hand it to this book, it re...
  • Jason Koivu
    I have a fascination with music and the undead, so reading Keith Richards' autobiography was a no-brainer, and I'm glad I did!Life is absolutely brimming with all the Rolling Stones stories a fan could hope for. It starts with a humorous and tense drug story, then it reverts to a more innocent time ...
  • Tosh
    Bob Dylan's memoir is a classic. Patti Smith's memoir "Just Kids" a classic. "Life" by Keith Richards not a classic but a really really OK book. But me writing that I really wanted it to be a great rock n' roll classic book and "Life" maybe grand, but great it isn't.It's obvious that Richards is wri...

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