Something Happened To Me Yesterday: The Rolling Stones in Swinging London, 1966 & 1967 by William Travis
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Something Happened To Me Yesterday: The Rolling Stones in Swinging London, 1966 & 1967 by William Travis. "The Rolling Stones are more than just a group—they are a way of life," wrote legendary Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldman after hearing the group’s first album. By late 1965, that line proved prophetic, as the Rolling Stones created what would become a defining sound and lifestyle that persists to this day.
In this 300 page, linen-cased book, William Travis, a veteran Rolling Stones historian, not only places us within the technicolor glamor of the swinging London scene, but also face to face with the people, bands, women, drugs, events, and indeed the seminal minutes of 1966 and 1967 that shaped the history of The Rolling Stones and the history of rock & roll forever.