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Keith Richards: A Life In Pictures by Andy NeillFeaturing more than 300 photographs in color and black-and-white.
Among those who took the pictures in this book are legendary photographers Jim Marshall, Terry O’Neill, Deborah Feingold, Neil Preston and Mark Seliger.
If many of Keith Richards’ adventures have passed into folklore, never before has there been quite such a comprehensive collection of portraits and candid shots collected to match the passing moments: police busts, global superstardom, a legendary Glastonbury set, a satisfying appearance in the Pirates Of The Caribbean movie franchise and an unlikely 2008 advertising stint as a lifestyle icon for Louis Vuitton, as photographed by Annie Leibowitz.
Beautifully produced and elegantly designed, Keith Richards: A Life In Pictures is simply the must-have book of the year.
The Rolling Stones guitarist was one of high-profile voters in the survey. And of course, he voted for himself at No. One glaring omission: his former schoolmate and current bandmate of almost half a century, Mick Jagger, who came in at No. So why the vote for himself? Richards sings two songs at every Stones show, an interlude that usually sends the uncultured masses to the beer stands. Ask his mum! Ask Doris!
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A very happy birthday to Keith Richards, who turns 71 today! To celebrate, here's 50 stunning photos from across the Rolling Stones guitarist's life and career, accompanied by little-known trivia, stories and quotes from the man himself They would often go to the California desert, looking for flying saucers, under the influence of various narcotics. Eventually, I was so far in space, I was almost in the atmosphere. A piercing portrait of Keith Richards during the 'Sticky Fingers' sessions, According to Keef: "'Sticky Fingers' was never meant to be the title.