Rolling Stones 50
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What the papers say about
The Rolling Stones 50

‘An astonishing record of the band’s half-century in rock and roll’ Q Magazine

‘With privileged access to a wealth of rare unseen material, the book is packed with superb photography, contact sheets, negatives strips, outtakes and much more from every period in the band’s history … the definitive celebration of 50 years of the Stones’ The Sunday Mirror

‘Brilliant’ The Daily Mirror

‘Packed with photographs’ The Daily Mail

‘A must for Stones fans, it features over 700 photographs, many rare and unseen, on the road, behind the scenes and at home, with each band member’s unfiltered perspective on a thrilling journey of 50 golden years of sex, drugs and rock’n’roll’ Toni and Guy Magazine

‘Rare and previously unpublished photos and memorabilia celebrate the Stones’ half-century … meticulously researched’ Mojo

‘A masterpiece … an in-depth account of their musical story … these cats have got a lot to say for themselves. Definitive’ Loaded

‘That’s one of the advantages of this book – people can see things that even the band haven’t seen. Fabulous’ Ronnie Wood in the Daily Mirror

‘A trip down memory lane. The photos are fantastic’ Mick Jagger in the Daily Mirror

‘A handsome pictorial record of the band’s history, authorised by its members’ The Financial Times

‘The Stones have shown a remarkable visual flair, as shown in these pictures’ The Guardian

‘Pithy, amusing and insightful … this is the business’ The Irish Times

‘Brilliant’ Daily Record

‘A treasure trove of photographs, negative strips and other memorabilia charting the group’s journey from eager young blues band to mega-stadium rock stars’ Metro

‘A stunning piece of musical heritage with plenty of satisfaction’ Evening Chronicle

‘Very well written. It’ll give fans lots of satisfaction’ The Journal

‘Even if you’re not a Stones fan, it’s difficult not to be just a little impressed by the breadth of material here’ Amateur Photographer

‘A stunning collection’ Manchester Evening News

‘A roll-call of legendary photographers … a sure-fire way to liven up your coffee table’ Harper’s Bazaar

‘A treasure trove of photographs, negative strips and other memorabilia’ Metro

‘Lavish looks at the past’ NME

‘Will make any Stones nut smile with satisfaction, maybe even shed the odd tear’ Record Collector

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