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Topic: Jagger and friends tell all (good news inside) Return to archive
06-08-02 06:28 PM
moy Jagger and friends tell all
IT HAS BEEN said that if you can remember the 1960s you weren’t there, so when Mick Jagger returned his £1m advance to Lord Weidenfeld nearly 20 years ago, pleading that he’d forgotten the exact details of his life, no-one would have been surprised. But like Bob Dylan, who’s recovered his memory with a little help from his friends and publishes his first volume of memoirs this autumn, Jagger also seems to have remembered at least something of his past.
For, with Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood, he has signed with Weidenfeld & Nicolson Illustrated for The Rolling Stones: The Autobiography to be published in autumn 2003 to coincide with the UK leg of their world tour, which begins this autumn — when Dorling Kindersley publishes Rolling with the Stones by Bill Wyman. Naturally, money is not being discussed.
Publisher Michael Dover told PN that this new book had come to him via Lord Weidenfeld’s contacts with Stones’ manager Prince Rupert Loewenstein. “They’ve known each other for years and have done lots of business together.”
The book will be “largely in their own words”, mostly first-person narrative, and will draw on the band’s joint archive (which Wyman is also using) and on their own individual archives, as well as work by some of the rock world’s greatest photographers. The large-format, 360-page book will also include an extensive reference section, as well as comments from Jagger and the band on specific performances and events.
So far, French and German rights have been sold while, in the US, Chronicle Books of San Francisco has snapped it up. It published The Beatles: Anthology and will doubtless hope to repeat its remarkable sales success.


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