Never heard, never sold
The group is mentioned in another book with the focus again on the aborted Mick Jagger solo album.
The difference is the sheer number of albums MacDonald covers, and how he breaks it up decade by decade. Where LeRoy focused on a handful of long-wished-for dream records, MacDonald tackles all kinds of albums that have never been released — including some it seems were never even recorded.
For Red Devils fans, the Mick Jagger solo record is taken on in just one column of text, and is clearly not a main event in the book. It breezes through the usual talking points, with no new info offered.
The Dan LeRoy book is still the essential reading for hardcore Red Devils fans.
You can likely find “The Greatest Albums You’ll Never Hear,” now several months old, still out in stores.