Offstage, bass guitarist Bill Wyman has always been "the silent Stone". But here he gives us the story of the "bad boys" of British rock and the era they helped to shape. It introduces three decades of music, feuds, court-room battles, sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. It also takes in Bill Wyman's own autobiography, from his beginnings in the poorest part of wartime London, and sheds new light on the complex tragedy of Brian Jones, who worshipped American blues and was the creator and moving force behind the Rolling Stones. Ray Coleman was editor-in-chief of London's "Melody Maker".
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Bill Wyman, the Rolling Stones' bass player for thirty years, has also released several successful solo albums. He departed the band in 1993.
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