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Richard Havers: The Stones In The Park

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Media: Book
Artist: The Rolling Stones
Catalogue #: HAYH4815
ISBN: 9781844258154


The Summer of '69 and the making of the Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World

This is the story of thirty-three days in the summer of '69 during which The Rolling Stones changed forever. Having started out as a Blues band seven years earlier they became a pop band but were on the cusp of becoming the 'Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World'. Hardback, 250 x 250mm, 150 colour illustrations

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Published on: 27/11/2009
Format: History
Length: 208 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Haynes Publishing
Author: Richard Havers

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