Some Girls
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Some Girls

  • Paperback $15 $15 $0
Item Number:
  • ZZZ012369-BK
  • 4 3/4" x 6 1/2"

This 178-page book recounts the harrowing tale of how the World's Greatest Rock 'n Roll Band re-established their superiority amidst the provocations of punk rock and the continued legal and substance-related problems of guitarist Keith Richards with their most powerfully relevant release in years. Following the album's songs from their inspiration on the mean streets of late-'70s Manhattan to the intimate Parisian studio where they were captured, NYU professor Cyrus R.K. Patell examines both the history of the Stones and the history of New York City to uncover how the two together resulted in what Mick Jagger later referred to as the Stones' best record since "Let It Bleed."