3 edition of Ronnie found in the catalog.
First published: 2007.
|LC Classifications||ML419.W66 A3 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||358 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||2009286576|
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Ronnie Wood is one of rock's true originals. This is his story, in his own words, about his life, loves, family, friends, music, art and survival against the odds.
It's a roller-coaster ride of unbelievable highs and unimaginable lows. Hardcover, pages/5. The book is a little out of date by now, too a year is a long time for Ronnie OSullivan, and hes arguably one of the most What we have here Ronnie book the official autobiography of Ronnie O’Sullivan, and whilst I doubt that he actually wrote any of it, it is a fascinating insight into his early life/5.
Ronnie Wood is an english is one of the best slide guitarest in the world. This book was a great read as i expected. Check out his radio show and solo albums, he is you have a chance see him live, you won't regret it, i have seen him with BB King live in Toronto and solo down at Queens Quay and of course with the Stones several times.4/4(85).
This is a fantastic book. Ronnie Coleman is second to no one. This book lost a star because of all the grammatical errors throughout the book.
Whoever was in charge of editing and proof reading needs to be fired/5(27). These chapters add to knowing about Ronnie. The portion Ronnie wrote is presented in a straightforward manner in charming prose: easy reading and plenty of photos.
A complex character was this seeker of art and stories. If you know The Dubliners, you'll want to read this book. If you read this book, you'll want to know The Dubliners/5(28). I grew up listening to the wall of sound, girl groups, the British invasion and learned a lot about Ronnie Spector while reading this book.
She really lacked self-esteem and allowed this man to punish her for being the catalyst that brought his first marriage crashing down around him while he was building an empire exploiting others like her for his own personal by: 5.