Rebel, Rock Star, Rambler, Rogue
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Number Of Pages: 310
Published: 8th September 2011
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.742 x 14.808 x 2.769
Weight (kg): 0.463
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A culturally astute, often funny and painstakingly researched read, Jagger offers a far richer portrait than biographies published previously.
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About the Author
Marc Spitz is a music journalist, author and playwright. Spitz's writings on rock n' roll and popular culture have appeared in Spin as well as The New York Times, Maxim, Blender, Harp, Nylon and the New York Post.