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“Charlie Watts lays it down, and the others follow. He is the Law. This book explains why.―

— Clem Burke, Blondie“Required reading for any Stones fan.― — Bun E. Carlos“The

most colorfully graphic and, arguably, the most accurate description extant of the Rolling Stones at

the absolute pinnacle of their career.―— All About Jazz“[Edison] shoots from the hip from

the first line to the last in this extremely entertaining celebration... Edisonâ€s frenzied, gunned

up prose repeatedly reminds one and all of exactly why Charlie Watts Matters... Stones fans and

jazzers, bluesers and rockers alike all owe Mike Edison a massive thank you.― ★★★★

— Shindig“Sympathy thankfully is not a ponderous academic treatise, and while Edison

occasionally leans into gonzo flights of fancy, he takes the reader on a grand tour of forty years of

Watts†contributions to the Rolling Stones... As Keith Richards has said, “No Charlie, no

Stones,― and Edison wrote the book to prove it.―— Modern Drummer“Sympathy for the

Drummer is so much more than an incisive appreciation of Charlie Watts, it is an effusively

infectious tribute to art in all of its myriad forms. Edisonâ€s insights into the Rolling Stones are

backed up by a fluent scope of cultural historicity, and peppered with an array of no-nonsense

broadsides. Compelling evidence to convince even the most non-partisan reader that Charlie is

indeed the WORLDâ€S GREATEST ROCKâ€Nâ€ROLL DRUMMER!― — Jim Sclavunos,

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds “Itâ€s not hard to fathom why a former editor of both Screw

and High Times magazines would find writing about the Rolling Stones, one of the most dissolute

champions of sex and drugs, right in his conceptual wheelhouse. But Edison takes a unique

approach by focusing his investigation on Charlie Watts, the woefully underappreciated lynchpin of

the Stones sound. This book is a delightful look at the Stones through the eyes and the beats of

their most reticent member. Finally someone gave this drummer some.― — Larry “Ratso―

Sloman, author On the Road with Bob Dylan “A great voice of authority and knowledge,

dispensed with free-wheeling fluidity. Super entertaining, and right on.― — Katherine Turman,

coauthor, Louder Than Hell: The Complete Oral History of Heavy Metal “A wild ride through sixplus

decades of music history... An illuminating and massively entertaining book.― — Dan

Epstein, author Big Hair and Plastic Grass“Mike Edisonâ€s libertine prose swings and hits

like Charlie Wattâ€s right hand.― — Meredith Ochs, author Rock-and-Roll Woman “Proof

positive that one can be both edgy and erudite, lowbrow and literate, and take joy in the unbridled

pleasures of the id without sacrificing the higher mind.― —PopMatters See all Editorial Reviews

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