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Book Review: Keith Richards


Keith Richards - LifeTwo-thirds of the way through his sprawling autobiography, Keith Richards pauses for a rare moment of introspection. “Image is like a long shadow,” he offers. “It’s impossible not to end up being a parody of what you thought you were.”

At this point in his narrative of rambling anecdotes, character sketches, musings on music, and bons mots, it seems as though the guitarist is ready to take stock, to probe why, for instance, the Stones’ last three decades have been a long and unfulfilling artistic coda to their first two.

— Story continues at The National Post


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