Newswire: Mick Jagger has an unpublished memoir, but he doesn’t remember writing it

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It could happen to any of us, really: One moment you’re the internationally recognized superstar singer for one of the biggest rock bands in history, the next you don’t remember cranking out an entire autobiography you somehow wrote in between dance rehearsals and practicing sexy pouting in front of the mirror. Oh, and some cocaine, too, probably. Regardless, that’s the situation Mick Jagger finds himself in. The Times reports the Rolling Stones frontman actually penned a 75,000-word memoir in the early ‘80s, but when publisher John Blake, who was given the book back in 2014, approached Jagger to authenticate the memoir—after initially being told he would pen a new foreword about how the recollections were written “long ago and far away“—eventually met with the equivalent of wild horses dragging the manuscript away from publication.

And unlike the normal situation where you or I write ...