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The Rolling Stone Interviews, 1967-1980

The Rolling Stone Interviews From its early days in San Francisco Rolling Stone has covered the music scene from the inside with colorful penetrating and brilliant interviews with the men and women who are rock and roll This d

  • Title: The Rolling Stone Interviews, 1967-1980
  • Author: Rolling Stone Magazine Peter Herbst Kurt Loder Ben Fong-Torres
  • ISBN: 9780312034863
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • From its early days in San Francisco, Rolling Stone has covered the music scene from the inside with colorful, penetrating, and brilliant interviews with the men and women who are rock and roll This definitive collection represents the best of Rolling Stone s first decade and a half.

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    1. Donovan is pure gibberish--other guys who don't say anything are Dylan (twice), Little Richard with his Hollywood Squares bullshit and Jerry Garcia--although he was interesting talking about his early years and the class differences down there in Palo Alto. And I did like Dylan's line to that Jonathan Cott asshole (a cliche Rolling Stone geek) about wanting a different interviewer: "Someone who's not so knowledgeable. You're too knowledgeable." Townshend babbled the first time but he was loaded. [...]

    2. Killer late night reading. I can't believe I missed these interviews in my youth. You get to listen to Keef before he goes into Exile recordings. Townsend rambles on about this imagined opera called Tommy and how the horror of Cincinnati actually helped the Who. And Neil Young struggles with the death of his guitarist in an open interview with Cameron Crowe of Almost Famous Fame. Rolling Stone was the only rock mag at one time.

    3. I read this awhile ago and it's probably outdated now, but at the time I learned a great deal about some of my favorite musicians and celebrities. The interview with Elvis Costello is especially memorable.

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