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Steve Marriott: All Too Beautiful

4.03 of 5 stars 4.03  ·  rating details  ·  30 ratings  ·  4 reviews
"A wonderful book . . . wonderfully researched, eminently readable"Uncut

This is a revised, expanded, and updated edition of one of the most acclaimed music books of recent years: the best-selling account of the Small Faces and Humble Pie mainman, Steve Marriott.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published May 1st 2010 by Helter Skelter Publishing (first published 2004)
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Feb 20, 2008 Andy rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Small Faces, Humble Pie, UK Psych, UK Mod
Shelves: rock-sleaze
He had a face like the Artful Dodger, dressed like the coolest psych-Mod ever, wrote songs that rivaled Ray Davies and Pete Townsend at their peak, and sang like a fiery soul singer. Steve Marriott had it all and threw it all away almost as quickly.
This book would make a fine companion piece to "Moon" the Keith Moon biography. Both books painfully show innocence lost to excess and decadence. It's an old story with different players but few showed less respect for their talent than Steve Marriot
A wonderfully written account of one of rock's great genuises! A musician,songwriter & singer who excelled at all 3. A warts and all biography that is very readable. It tarnished my view of Steve but I still can't help liking the man and his music.
Pete daPixie
Love the Small Faces. From child star in the West End stage production of Lionel Bart's 'Oliver', Steve the dodger returned in triunph, via Itchycoo Park, to packed houses with his swinging sixties band. Another hell raiser, rocker, who met a tragic premature end.
do you even know how much i love the small faces? SO MUCH. this book is great. and sad.
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