UNLIMITED BOOK ê The Rolling Stone Interviews: The 1980s - by Rolling Stone Magazine Sid Holt

The Rolling Stone Interviews: The 1980s By Rolling Stone Magazine Sid Holt,

  • Title: The Rolling Stone Interviews: The 1980s
  • Author: Rolling Stone Magazine Sid Holt
  • ISBN: 9780312029739
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In these 35 interviews, some of the major figures of the 1980s give their perspective on life, art, politics, sex, greed, and society For pop culture fans, for music and movie buffs, for anyone wanting to know what the 1980s were all about, this book is required reading Martin s Pop Arts
    The Rolling Stone Interviews The s In these interviews some of the major figures of the s give their perspective on life art politics sex greed and society For pop culture fans for music and movie buffs for anyone wantin

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    1. Skip the intros with all that New Journalism hokum and snide rehashing of things said earlier Best interviews Bill Murray, Desmond Tutu, Bill Graham and Eric Clapton though the bit about getting hooked on heroin as an exploration was a bit much and interestingly he talks about taking drugs as a shield from the pain of self exploration, whereas for me it s the fear that what you re writing is a piece of shit Worst interview David Byrne Professor Mojo uh, Mambo and him just should be locked up in [...]

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