I talk too much; my autobiography
Publication year: 2019
Media class: Hardback
Resource type: Physical
In Francis Rossi's explosive new memoir, 'I Talk Too Much', the Status Quo main man reveals the true-life stories behind the life and times of one of the bestselling rock singers in the world. With over 100 million records sold worldwide in a career that mirrors the evolution of rock music, from the flower power sixties, with hits like 'Pictures Of Matchstick Men', through the denim-clad seventies and classic Quo-tastic anthems such as 'Down Down', 'Rocking All Over The World' and 'Whatever You Want', through the turbulent eighties, when they famously opened Live Aid ('Quo and Queen are probably the only two acts everybody remembers from that,' said Bob Geldof), through break-ups, make-ups, and a total of 65 hit singles and 32 hit albums, up to the tragic death of Rossi's partner Rick Parfitt in December 2016.
Additional information: ix, 305 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates, 24 cm
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