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Voodoo Excess

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251 pages1 hour

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In Voodoo Excess, Jeremy Reed charts in poetry and prose the astonishing career of the Rolling Stones—from the band’s early days in 1962 to the 50th anniversary tour in 2012 and its extension in 2013. With great originality he examines why the Stones have been a musical and cultural phenomenon, and everything public and mythical, anecdotal and apocryphal about the larger-than-life individual band members, shaping the raw material into memorable lyric poetry. This new volume is introduced by Mick Taylor, the musician who left the band only to rejoin it, to great acclaim, for their recent anniversary tour.

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