Life: Keith Richards by Keith Richards My rating: 2 of 5 stars This rambling, vulgar memoir has received heaps of kudos. I’m hard-pressed to understand why. I found “Keef” remote, superior, and amoral. He has spent the better part of his adult life whacked out on drugs, banging any number of “bitches,” neglecting his children, dissing his friends, dodging taxes- and treating it all like one giant frat-boy prank. I suppose his distance in describing the band’s impact on rock and roll in the 60s and 70s is due to his inability to remember much of it. His guard comes down only when he is speaking about music (I hesitate to use the word “write” as I doubt he engaged in much writing; this…