Rod: The Autobiography
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JohnQ (1 October 2010). "Rod Stewart Album by Umvd Special Markets, Rod Stewart – 731455805826 – CD – Barnes & Noble". Barnes & Noble. For many years it was said that Stewart had been a gravedigger at Highgate, partly to face a childhood fear of death.  In his 2012 autobiography he said that was a tale he had gone along with, but that in fact he had only measured out plots with string during a couple of Saturdays. 
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Rod Stewart's cancer battle". CNN. 3 February 2001. Archived from the original on 6 June 2019 . Retrieved 28 September 2014. Nota a parte los encabezados de los capítulos, en dos renglones hace un resumen de lo que vamos a leer en ese capítulo pero en forma graciosa, no tienen desperdicio.
He has a wonderful turn of phrase. To my joy he's a fabulous raconteur and a great storyteller too! The story is written in Rod's very own conversationalist voice, and this makes it all the better. Bird, Alan (8 June 2016). "Tonight's The Night". Archived from the original on 2 November 2017 . Retrieved 18 July 2021.
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I originally listened to this book in 2013, when I blogged. Ever since then, I will ALWAYS recommend the audio to anyone and everyone because it was just SO DAMNED GOOD. (Trust me, I am not necessarily a fan. I have always generally thought of him as a wanker.) But when a friend, who lives in Minneapolis, was feeling down about her city and life in general, I told her to listen to this bit of sunshine. And what the hell, maybe I should too. And in rereading my review from 2013, I couldn't really say it better, so here it is: Es la autobiografía del gigante Rod Stewart, va desde los años 40 hasta el 2012 que fue cuando el libro se editó. Pará leerlo en inglés se hace un poco complicado, ya que Rod escribe como habla, con muchas palabras escocesas y con una jerga muy específica a la clase obrera británica por lo que siempre tuve que tener un diccionario a manoDean, Jonathan (8 May 2022). "Rod Stewart: pint-puller, HRT campaigner, pothole-filler". The Times. Romantic though such details are, you find yourself souring a little at quite how badly he behaved: ending long-term relationships by publicly and humiliatingly flaunting his infidelity. "Less than gentlemanly," he'll concede in hindsight, or – of cheating on his heavily pregnant wife Emberg with "another model" – "This, clearly, was the behaviour of an arsehole." Still, he's also kind of pleased with himself. In 1962, Stewart began hanging around folk singer Wizz Jones, busking at Leicester Square and other London spots.  Stewart took up playing the then-fashionable harmonica.  On several trips over the next 18 months Jones and Stewart took their act to Brighton and then to Paris, sleeping under bridges over the River Seine, and then finally to Barcelona.  Eventually, this resulted in Stewart being rounded up and deported from Spain for vagrancy in 1963.    At this time, Stewart, who had been at William Grimshaw School with three of their members, was briefly considered as singer for the embryonic Kinks.