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“Mick regards Keith in the way of a lover … He’s the angry wife chasing away the pretty young thing. Keith calls it a marriage,” Cohen writes.
It’s only rock and roll — but it was enough to transform Mick Jagger into a power-hungry monster.
The Rolling Stones’ lead singer left a trail of tragic destruction, including ex-bandmate Brian Jones, in his “insatiable” hunger for stardom, a stunning new book on the band charges.
Rich Cohen delivers the unflattering portrayal of Jagger in “The Sun & the Moon & the Rolling Stones.”
“There’s something monstrous about Mick Jagger,” Cohen writes after exhuming details from the band’s dark past.
“The Stones had been shedding people from the start. Use ’em up, toss ’em aside,” Cohen continues. “It’s a machine that runs on bodies.”
Cohen, a respected author and contributor to Vanity Fair, is one of the rare journalists…
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