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Rod Stewart Put Cocaine Up His Butt, Did Not Service A Bar Full Of Sailors

Looking at the fall release schedule and seeing memoirs slated from Pete Townshend and Neil Young, who would have tipped Rod Stewart as being the rock graybeard most likely to produce the best book? But he did. Rod: The Autobiography (Crown), is a warm, roguish reminiscence. More playful than Townshend’s at times ponderous Who I Am and far more insightful than Young’s numbing Waging Heavy Peace, Stewart’s memoir has much of the joyful, big-hearted raffishness of the singer’s classic early ’70s recordings. (It’s more “Mandolin Wind” than “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?” — or anything else of his from the last 35 years or so). The book is a fun, rollicking read, and these are my picks for Rod’s most irreverent moments… read more >

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