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In the summer of 1960, old primary school buddies Mick Jagger and Keith Richards accidentally crossed paths again and discovered that they shared musical interests. The rest, as they say, is history. The Rolling Stones have become a worldwide institution, but perhaps surprisingly, its most visible member also remains its most secretive: For fifteen years, Jagger has refused in-depth interviews and has yet to comment on his partner's often critical Life. This comprehensive, well-researched biography by Vanity Fair music blogger Marc Spitz finally promises full satisfaction for Mick's many fans, providing unprecedented coverage of the singer's life and career on and off the stage. The richest portrait yet of a big-lipped icon.