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Paul Trynka Brian Jones Making Of The Rolling Stones

November 6, 201512 min
Paul Trynka is a respected music writer known both for his groundbreaking role as editor of MOJO magazine and as author of Starman and Open Up and Bleed, biographies of David Bowie and Iggy Pop, respectively, which attracted laudatory reviews worldwide. Portrait of the Blues, his collection of oral histories with more than sixty blues musicians (in collaboration with photographer Val Wilmer), is regarded as a landmark work. Paul was also editor of the widely respected International Musician magazine and founding editor of the Guitar Magazine, for which he first interviewed Keith Richards more than twenty years ago. Paul lives with his wife, Lucy, and son, Curtis, in Greenwich, London, just down the road from Mick and Keith’s old stomping ground of Dartford. "Brian Jones . . . is revisionist history of the best kind--scrupulously researched and cogently argued--and should be unfailingly interesting to any Stones fan." --Larry Rohter, New York Times The Rolling Stones' rise to fame i

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