This is a memoir by Marianne Faithfull, recounting her days in the swinging ’60s. She recalls her love and life with Mick Jagger, how Bob Dylan wooed her, the Rolling Stones courted her and finally, how drugs trapped her into a world where nothing else mattered but the next fix. She also reveals the contradictions of life as a “star”, first as the pop confection she was packaged as, and later as the hard-edged artist who co-authored “Sister Morphine” and shocked the world with “Broken English”.
Reading duration: TBD to TBD
Author: Marianne Faithfull, David Dalton
ISBN13: 9780140246537 via Indiebound