Author(s): Andrew Loog Oldham
An account of the author's life as the manager and producer of one of the world's greatest rock bands, The Rolling Stones, as well as a story of the whole Sixties scene. Andrew Loog Oldham was a hustler of genius, addicted to scandal, notoriety and innovation.
"A sterling work of brutal youth and brash vulgarity... a heady mix of innocence and glamour, uppers and downers, flashiness and outrage, insouciance and deceit." -"Time Out
"A dazzling overview of early 60s London life, "Stoned is vastly aided by the testimony of everyone from Pete Townshend to Jimmy Greaves." -"G Magazine
"A fascinating and original perspective on that heady moment when a buttoned-up Britain finally lost its innocence and...
youth culture - was born." --"Mail on Sunday
"The most flash personality British pop ever had, the most anarchic and obsessive and imaginative hustler of all." --Nik Cohn