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The Rolling Stone Interviews,9780316005265

The Rolling Stone Interviews

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9780316005265

ISBN10:
0316005266
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Pub. Date:
11/1/2007
Publisher(s):
Little, Brown and Company
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Summary

The Rolling Stone interview was the centerpiece of the most important American magazine of its generation. It was - and continues to be today - the imprimatur of true cultural importance, the place where our heroes, idols and stars unveil their great selves as nowhere else. Indeed, Lennon, Dylan, Clapton, Springsteen, Bono, Eminem, Eastwood, Nicholson and countless others revealed the secrets behind their art and their lives in Rolling Stone's pages.Now, for the first time ever, the very best interviews from the magazine's remarkable 40-year history have been collected in a single volume. All of the biggest and most important musicians, writers, political figures and directors are here - completely unafraid to bare their souls and comment candidly on the issues of their day. THE ROLLING STONE INTERVIEWS is more than a collection; it's a marvellous cultural history.

Author Biography

Jann Wenner is the founder, owner and editor of Rolling Stone magazine. He is also the head of Wenner Media, which includes such magazines as US Weekly and Men's Journal. He lives in Manhattan.

Joe Levy is the Executive Editor of Rolling Stone.

Table of Contents

Pete Townshendp. 3
Jim Morrisonp. 15
Phil Spectorp. 24
John Lennonp. 33
Ray Charlesp. 65
Truman Capotep. 79
Johnny Cashp. 94
Neil Youngp. 105
Oriana Fallacip. 117
Brian Wilsonp. 128
George Lucasp. 139
Johnny Carsonp. 148
Joni Mitchellp. 157
Francis Coppolap. 168
Tom Wolfep. 179
Jack Nicholsonp. 194
Bill Murrayp. 205
Clint Eastwoodp. 220
Eric Claptonp. 231
Tina Turnerp. 249
Robin Williamsp. 262
Leonard Bernsteinp. 271
Spike Leep. 281
Jerry Garciap. 295
Axl Rosep. 304
Bruce Springsteenp. 313
David Lettermanp. 322
David Geffenp. 333
Kurt Cobainp. 342
Courtney Lovep. 352
Mick Jaggerp. 362
Patti Smithp. 377
Hunter S. Thompsonp. 388
Bill Clintonp. 399
The Dalai Lamap. 409
Bob Dylanp. 416
Ozzy Osbournep. 426
Keith Richardsp. 432
Eminemp. 443
Bonop. 453
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