“One of the best books ever written about the Stones.”–Rolling Stone

During the height of the Rolling Stones’ success, Bill Wyman kept a diary, recording the churning chaos of the band’s creative evolution, power plays, recording sessions, tours, romances, drug busts, and financial disarray. Stone Alone is a meticulous, shrewd and humorous look at the complex personalities of the Stones and the role they played in the startling cultural revolution of the times.




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