by Andrew Loog Oldham
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At the age of 19, Andrew Loog Oldham discovered the Rolling Stones and became their first manager and producer. One of the Sixties’ original tycoons of teen, Oldham absorbed the art of the hustle firsthand from such mentors as Brian Epstein, Albert Grossman, Don Arden and Phil Spector. Bridging the decades between the long playing record and the digital download, STONE FREE is a celebration of the “pimpresario,” stripped naked for the reader’s entertainment.
“This book is mandatory reading for anyone interested in the 1960s, pop management and the music industry then and now, all the more so because it’s suffused with love.” —MOJO, The Music Magazine
“. . . brilliantly lyrical prose and a facility for making his and other lives seem exactly as you imagined—fast-paced, surreal, and gloriously excessive.” —Shindig Magazine
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