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It's a great book! It was previously published as Nankering with the Stones,
probably as a take-off on Bill's Rolling with the Stones, but either way:
James Phelge (who occasionally posts here, by the way) is a wonderfully funny story teller,
and the stories are from right up close to the fledgeling Stones.
Everyone with an interest in Stones history should read it.
Yes, interesting book on the early years. My favorite book is still Booth's
book on the 69 tour. He's a good writer who knows his music history and he
was onboard the tour.
Great book for seeing how callous Brian was, picking up a bass Bill left in the apartment and seeing if he could play it and replace Bill and make the Stones a quartet, like the Beatles.