Tojagis Do read the book. Had set this one aside for awhile. One of the saddest things was that he married Kim Moon ex of the infamous Keithand his love for her shines through the later part of the book. That, I think, really enhanced his story so much more. I zll if his estate is worth millions now and if it is getting the royalties due.
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Turisar Written with heart, written with love for the life he lived and his mates. Feb 29, Mike rated it it was amazing Shelves: What a kick-ass book! Nate rated it liked it Jun 06, Ian McLagan lived rock and roll from the sixties to the s.
This guy sure knew how to party! Paul rated it liked it Sep 30, Dec 13, minnie rated it really liked it Shelves: He then goes to the breakup of the Faces and stories of all the bands he later works with. No trivia or quizzes yet. All told in a humorous easy going way. Good luck finding it! Want to Read saving…. I have teh thought he must have been an interviewers dream as he was so eloquent, open and chatty. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. A riotously funny, fiercely energetic romp, this no-holds-barred autobiography takes readers through the highs and lows of an extraordinary career, chronicling nearly four decades of dynamic music history.
Hard to find, I think, but highly recommended! In the telling, it reveals that no one, through thick and thin, might of had more fun than Ian McLagan. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Good in parts, but I have to say that I did get bored with the endless accounts of drinks and drugs. I am sorry that I only got around to reading this book after the death of Ian, in the last few years he has been instrumental in keeping the music and memory of the Small Faces and Ronnie Lane in the public eye.
Do read it for his voice, his laugh between the sentences. Tells not all, but enough to confirm the long held suspicion that The Fage had as much fun as anyone in rock and roll. It made it tricky to keep everyone straight. All the Rage by Ian McLagan. An excellent emotional journey.
In the s everyone who was anyone was named Keith, Mick, Mac, or Woody. As well as the stones and the who and many more.
Gordon rated it it was amazing Nov 14, Turns out, he was the one listening and told the best stories. Mac takes you on a ride through time, talking about all of the bands and people he has played with over the mclagam Related Articles.
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