According to the Rolling Stones by The Rolling Stones

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Here's the inside story: the history of the Rolling Stones - according to the Rolling Stones. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Ronnie Wood have come together for this remarkable project. They've also opened up their personal and band archives to include many rare and intimate images that are interwoven with the text. The book gets right to the heart of what makes the Stones the Stones, as musicians, songwriters, performers, and colleagues. They describe how their music has evolved and how it has affected and changed their lives. They also reveal, with refreshing frankness, how their own lives have helped, or hindered, their music-making. The Stones' own words - insightful, funny, poignant, surprising, and above all, completely authentic - are complemented by insider reflections from key players in their story over the years such as Ahmet Ertegun, David Bailey, and Cameron Crowe. A comprehensive reference section including discography, and chronology, studded with the Stones' personal comments on the music and memories, completes this must-read volume. Here, in their own words and images, is the life and work of a band which has played the soundtrack of our lives for the last forty years.

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Loewenstein is the daughter of the Stones' business manager, Prince Rupert Loewenstein. She runs a successful event management company, Dora loewenstein Associates. Philip Dodd is a writer and publisher specializing in international and popular culture. He is the author of "Art of Travel" and a contributor to" Images of France," "Images of Spain," and the Virgin City Guides series. Ben Donald is a freelance travel writer whose journalism has appeared in "The London Times" and consumer travel magazines. He is the author of "Footprint Bologna" and "Footprint Turin,"
Published January 1, 2003 by Chronicle Books LLC. 360 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Arts & Photography, Humor & Entertainment, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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According to the Rolling Stones (Fall 2003) Does the title "The World's Greatest Rock & Roll Band," once bestowed, remain applicable in perpetuity, like "President" or "Mayor"?

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