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also add to that robert greenfield and chet flippo
Palace Revolution 2000
(Although Woody's books have to be taken with a grain of salt. In his world he taught Hendrix how to play guitar, and organized Woodstock..)
For me too the 3 best ones to be very near the real Rolling stones...
Bill German's is my favorite. It's one of those it could happen to you kind of stories and as someone who got (nowhere near that) close to one of my all time favorites and also spent a crazy hour "on the inside" of another favorite band before deciding I just wanna be a fan, it's all highly relatable.