[lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Mick Taylor[/lastfm], guitarist with the [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Rolling Stones[/lastfm] from 1969-1974, is planning to write a “truthful” book about his time with the band, including the personal reasons why he left the group.
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Admitting he had mixed feelings for the group, Taylor told BANG showbiz, “I want to write a book that is honest and truthful, especially about myself.” When talking about his time with the group, Taylor explained “”I kind of loved it. I loved it and I hated it. The more successful the Stones became the more seriously they took themselves.”
Even though the book he’s planning on writing will be “truthful” he doesn’t intend for it to shock people and won’t be including any scandals, sex or drugs, which were all covered by fellow band member Keith Richard’s book entitle Life.
Right now the book is only in the planning stages. Taylor said, “It’s a hard book to write. My time will come but it’s not yet.”