Mick Jagger

Editorial reviews

Mick Jagger

Author Philip Norman helps us sort fact from fiction and tells us when the two merge to create the larger-than-life persona of Mick Jagger. We find details here that are omitted from other published works on Mick, and we eat them up with the eagerness of starving natives.

Mick Jagger may come handy as a textbook for students of pop culture who don’t know much about the ’60s and what it took for a definitive ’60s band to keep soldiering on through the ’70s and beyond. The stories are here, and they’re told well enough, but most of them mean less than they did when they were about the whole band.

Kirkus Reviews : Mick Jagger (October 01, 2012)

Not the definitive Jagger life, but an enjoyable, entertaining biography.