Brian Jones

The Making of the Rolling Stones

Author: Paul Trynka

Publisher: Plume

ISBN: 0147516455

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 384

View: 1115

"First published in Great Britain as Sympathy of the Devil: The Birth of the Rolling Stones and the Death of Brian Jones by Bantam Press."

Brian Jones

The Untold Life and Mysterious Death of a Rock Legend

Author: Laura Jackson

Publisher: Piatkus

ISBN: 1405513713

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 304

View: 6408

In this definitive biography of Brian Jones, Laura Jackson - the first to insist that Jones was murdered and the first to identify his killer - rejects the stereotype of a narcissistic rock star who was doomed to self-destruct. Instead, she spoke to the people who knew him best: his family and friends, girlfriends and confidantes, the musicians and friends who lived and worked with him right up until his death in 1969. Jones emerges as a man of immense talent, energy and humour, but crippled by insecurities and shyness - a portrayal greatly at odds with the sordid rumours that plagued him throughout his life, which continue to this day. Jackson provides new testimony on the rivalries within the Rolling Stones and the bitter final split, together with telling details from the pathology and coroner's reports, to tell the story behind the headlines and get to the heart of the mysterious death of Brian Jones.

The Murder of Brian Jones

The Secret Story of My Love Affair with the Murdered Rolling Stone

Author: Anna Wohlin,Christine Lindsjöö

Publisher: Blake Pub

ISBN: 9781857823349

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 256

View: 9551

Brian Jones has been hailed as one of the truly influential pioneers of modern music. As a founder of the Rolling Stones, Brian's music style and personality made him a star. But his arrest on drugs charges in 1967 sent him into a drink-and-drugs fuelled depression and his life slipped out of control. It was then that he met Anna Wohlin. He pursued her relentlessly, and they fell in love. How could they have guessed that a trivial domestic dispute would result in the most puzzling death in rock 'n' roll history? Anna was a witness on that tragic summer evening. In this book, she breaks her silence to tell the truth about July 3, 1969—the night Brian Jones was killed.

Brian Jones

Author: Alan Clayson

Publisher: Bobcat Books

ISBN: 0857124501

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 194

View: 8790

Brian Jones, the legend and icon, is familiar to generations of rock fans, but the reality of his life has always remaned mysterious. Granted godlike status alongside giants like Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, and Janis Joplin, Jones was more than the Stones' ill-fated pretty boy. Set against the dramatic backdrop of the swingin' sixties, Alan Clayson's biography reveals an extremely talented musician and a surprisingly driven man whose creative energies propelled him to fame even as they prepared him for an early drink and drug-feuelled demise. Clayson interviewed many of Jones's family and contemporaries for this in-depth portrait. Clayson examines the many spheres of Brian Jones' life, from assessing his contributions in the crucial early years of The Rolling Stones to the rumors that Jones was murdered by a bodyguard.

Golden Stone

the untold life and mysterious death of Brian Jones

Author: Laura Jackson

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781856850308

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 243

View: 7230

Forgive and Forget by Faith ' No Matter What

Author: Brian Jones

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1619960796

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 122

View: 5660

This book details the silent cry of a father s struggle, who tried to obtain justice in a woman s world. She did not want Brian to see or establish a relationship with his son. He did not know Brian, and Brian did not know him. She only wanted monetary support. The name Kamon means a peaceful place and was God s answer to Brian s cry to his heavenly Father for his son, and his son crying out for his father s love. As you finish reading this book, ask yourself, who is crying for the children; can anyone hear the cry of the children? Brian hears the cries of the children, who desire to know, if you will, the other half of their 23 chromosomes. Brian Jones is a father and mentor for other children. He has a Bachelors of Science in Business Management, and is currently working on his Masters Degree."

The Emperor Domitian

Author: Brian Jones

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134853122

Category: History

Page: 304

View: 4024

Domitian, Emperor of Rome AD 81-96, has traditionally been portrayed as a tyrant, and his later years on the throne as a `reign of terror'. Brian Jones' biography of the emperor, the first ever in English, offers a more balanced interpretation of the life of Domitian, arguing that his foreign policy was realistic, his economic programme rigorously efficient and his supposed persecution of the early Christians non-existent. Central to an understanding of the emperor's policies, Brian Jones proposes, is his relationship with his court, rather than with the senate. Roamn historians will have to take account of this new biography which in part represents a rehabilitation of Domitian.

Hell Is Real (But I Hate to Admit It)

Author: Brian Jones

Publisher: David C Cook

ISBN: 1434704173

Category: Religion

Page: 272

View: 5021

Does hell matter? Pastor Brian Jones wants readers to know the truth. Jones believes that the reason most Christians don’t tell their friends about Jesus has nothing to do with not knowing how—it’s because they don’t think they need to. As Jones writes, the first four years he was a pastor, he didn’t believe in hell himself. Today, he shares his story of discovering the truth that hell exists—and why many Christians are afraid to believe in it. Hell Is Real motivates Christians who have grown complacent in their view of hell. Drawing on the teachings of Jesus, Jones leads readers into a head-on collision with apocalyptic urgency—the all-consuming, inspiring conviction that will overcome readers when they realize that hell is real and they can help save people from going there.

27: Brian Jones

Author: Chris Salewicz

Publisher: Quercus

ISBN: 1623655293

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 83

View: 9163

Brian Jones, multi-instrumentalist, visionary and the "golden boy of the '60s", was, at the age of 27, the first rock casualty of his generation. A strange, somewhat impenetrable character, Brian Jones was a founding member and guiding spirit of The Rolling Stones. Adored and misunderstood in equal measure, Jones was perhaps the most creatively ambitious cultural force of his time, an artist whose commitment to the experimental and exotic remains profoundly influential. Always unconventional, Jones's voracious appetite for life's extremes led to unparalleled debauchery, drug and alcohol fuelled paranoia, and ultimately personal ruin.

Poems, & A family album

Author: Brian Jones

Publisher: N.A


Category: Poetry

Page: 93

View: 6865

Sympathy for the Devil

The Birth of the Rolling Stones and the Death of Brian Jones

Author: Paul Trynka

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1448154057

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 416

View: 4570

The story of the Rolling Stones is one of the epic rock 'n' roll yarns of our time. Their music defined today's cultural landscape and their history is a source of endless fascination for music fans around the world. Yet one crucial part of that story has never been comprehensively analysed: the role of Brian Jones, the visionary who founded the band and controlled their early music down to the smallest detail. Drawing on over one hundred interviews with key principals including Keith Richards, Andrew Oldham and Marianne Faithfull, this is a story told from a totally new perspective and which lays bare the shocking ruthlessness, internal warfare and sexual competition within this most legendary of bands. As well as exploring Jones' crucial role in the Stones' music, it will also investigate the unravelling of his psyche, as observed by Brian's family, friends, bandmates, lovers and enemies. Victors get to write the history - but it's never wholly true. Brian's life story is a gripping one, an epic battle between creativity and ambition, between self-sabotage and betrayal. This book will disentangle the threads of the Rolling Stones story and put Brian Jones firmly in the foreground.

Origin of Carbonate Sedimentary Rocks

Author: Noel P. James,Brian Jones

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118652673

Category: Science

Page: 464

View: 7271

This textbook provides an overview of the origin and preservation of carbonate sedimentary rocks. The focus is on limestones and dolostones and the sediments from which they are derived. The approach is general and universal and draws heavily on fundamental discoveries, arresting interpretations, and keystone syntheses that have been developed over the last five decades. The book is designed as a teaching tool for upper level undergraduate classes, a fundamental reference for graduate and research students, and a scholarly source of information for practicing professionals whose expertise lies outside this specialty. The approach is rigorous, with every chapter being designed as a separate lecture on a specific topic that is encased within a larger scheme. The text is profusely illustrated with all colour diagrams and images of rocks, subsurface cores, thin sections, modern sediments, and underwater seascapes. Additional resources for this book can be found at:

Right to Manage & Service Charges

Author: Brian Jones

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 113532445X

Category: Law

Page: 194

View: 651

This book will be essential reading for anyone involved in the management of blocks of flats, or considering acquiring the management of their block. Written by a lawyer well versed in leasehold law, the book's aim is to give a practical guide to a wide variety of management issues, concentrating especially on the pitfalls presented by the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 and how they may be avoided or overcome.

Encyclopedia of American Popular Fiction

Author: Geoff Hamilton,Brian Jones

Publisher: Infobase Learning

ISBN: 1438140657


Page: N.A

View: 5798

Provides information on American authors and their works who have been ignored by most literary guides.

Exploring the Planets

Author: Brian Jones

Publisher: Gallery Books

ISBN: 9780831769758

Category: Science

Page: 96

View: 2300

This book tells of recent discoveries concerning the planets, and also assesses what we now know about our Solar System in the light of those discoveries.

Newton's toolbox

experiments on motion, force, waves and heat

Author: Brian Jones

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781581755107

Category: Science

Page: 188

View: 9980

Jim Henson

The Biography

Author: Brian Jay Jones

Publisher: Ballantine Books

ISBN: 0345526139

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 592

View: 6212

NATIONAL BESTSELLER • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY BOOKPAGE For the first time ever—a comprehensive biography of one of the twentieth century’s most innovative creative artists: the incomparable, irreplaceable Jim Henson He was a gentle dreamer whose genial bearded visage was recognized around the world, but most people got to know him only through the iconic characters born of his fertile imagination: Kermit the Frog, Bert and Ernie, Miss Piggy, Big Bird. The Muppets made Jim Henson a household name, but they were just part of his remarkable story. This extraordinary biography—written with the generous cooperation of the Henson family—covers the full arc of Henson’s all-too-brief life: from his childhood in Leland, Mississippi, through the years of burgeoning fame in America, to the decade of international celebrity that preceded his untimely death at age fifty-three. Drawing on hundreds of hours of new interviews with Henson's family, friends, and closest collaborators, as well as unprecedented access to private family and company archives, Brian Jay Jones explores the creation of the Muppets, Henson’s contributions to Sesame Street and Saturday Night Live, and his nearly ten-year campaign to bring The Muppet Show to television. Jones provides the imaginative context for Henson’s non-Muppet projects, including the richly imagined worlds of The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth—as well as fascinating misfires like Henson’s dream of opening an inflatable psychedelic nightclub. An uncommonly intimate portrait, Jim Henson captures all the facets of this American original: the master craftsman who revolutionized the presentation of puppets on television, the savvy businessman whose dealmaking prowess won him a reputation as “the new Walt Disney,” and the creative team leader whose collaborative ethos earned him the undying loyalty of everyone who worked for him. Here also is insight into Henson’s intensely private personal life: his Christian Science upbringing, his love of fast cars and expensive art, and his weakness for women. Though an optimist by nature, Henson was haunted by the notion that he would not have time to do all the things he wanted to do in life—a fear that his heartbreaking final hours would prove all too well founded. An up-close look at the charmed life of a legend, Jim Henson gives the full measure to a man whose joyful genius transcended age, language, geography, and culture—and continues to beguile audiences worldwide. Praise for Jim Henson “Jim Henson vibrantly delves into the magnificent man and his Muppet methods: It’s an absolute must-read!”—Neil Patrick Harris “An exhaustive work that is never exhausting, a credit both to Jones’s brisk style and to Henson’s exceptional life.”—The New York Times “[A] sweeping portrait that is a mix of humor, mirth and poignancy.”—Washington Independent Review of Books “A meticulously researched tome chock-full of gems about the Muppets and the most thorough portrait of their creator ever crafted.”—Associated Press “Jim was one of my closest friends. And yet I found out things about him in Jim Henson that were new to me. Brian Jay Jones has captured the layers of Jim’s genius and humanity, as well as the flaws that made Jim, like all of us, so delightfully imperfect. I thank Brian for giving Jim life again. This book has captured the spirit of Jim Henson.”—Frank Oz From the Hardcover edition.

Josiah Mason, 1795-1881

Birmingham's Benevolent Benefactor

Author: Brian Jones

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781858580425

Category: Birmingham (England)

Page: 152

View: 3877

This biography of Josiah Mason, prompted by the bicentenary of his birth in 1795, covers the philanthropist and pen manufacturer's connections with the city of Birmingham. These include: the establishment of an orphanage, his scientific developments in electroplating, his establishment of the pen-nib trade, charities still active at Birmingham University, and the Josiah Mason Trust.

The Wild and Wicked World of Brian Jones

The Amazing True Story of My Love Affair with the Murdered Rolling Stone

Author: Anna Wohlin

Publisher: John Blake

ISBN: 9781857825671

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 246

View: 1493

This is the ultimate rock'n'roll story, now turned into a major movie. Brian Jones was one of the true pioneers of modern music. As the founder member of the Rolling Stones, Brian's love of the blues and extrovert personality made him a star. But his arrest on drugs charges in 1967 sent him into a drink-and-drugs fuelled depression and his life slipped out of control. It was then that he met a beautiful Scandanavian girl named Anna Wohlin. He pursued her relentlessly, and they fell in love. How could they have guessed that a trivial domestic dispute would result in the most puzzling death in rock 'n' roll history? Anna was a witness on that summer evening in 1969. Paralysed by grief, and intimidated by the Stones' legal team, her story was never told. Now, as the tragic end of their love affair makes the big screen, Anna Wohlin gives her own account of what happened the night the music died.