By Chris Salewicz
Brian Jones, multi-instrumentalist, visionary and the 'golden boy of the '60s', used to be, on the age of 27, the 1st rock casualty of his iteration. an odd, a little bit impenetrable personality, Brian Jones used to be a founding member and guiding spirit of The Rolling Stones. loved and misunderstood in equivalent degree, Jones used to be possibly the main creatively formidable cultural strength of his time, an artist whose dedication to the experimental and unique continues to be profoundly influential. continually unconventional, Jones's voracious urge for food for life's extremes ended in extraordinary debauchery, drug and alcohol fuelled paranoia, and finally own damage.
27: Brian Jones is the 3rd in a chain of unique tune ebooks, an bold undertaking studying the perils of genius, superstar and extra.
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