Not really it was just dates n stats not enough on the human side
I can look up stats if thats what i want
Yes, I love historical factual accounts of famous people no matter what the career, especially if it seems to be a balanced and real account, as this seems to be.
The journey, good and bad, it is a very interesting life, and as i listened, i was taken through a journey myself, of emotional responses to the good, bad, ugly, honest, etc.
No, he is fantastic, but needs to say Steve Lukather correctly.
Behind The Face
Loved it despite being shocked at some of the content. I shouldn't be amazed at the life of a Rock Star, with all the trappings, but i was.
This felt very honest, blunt and direct, a warts and all description of a tortured legend. Opened my eyes a lot to the behind the scenes aspect of the so called glamorous world of Tennis. Couldn't put this one down, the opening chapter had me completely hooked.
Eric Clapton and Sammy Hagar, again for honesty and brutal truth, good or bad. It's not that you like some of what you hear, but you feel you are getting an overall picture.
Clear, Emotive, Dramatic
The drama, a number of sections where close games were described in detail, and for the ones i couldn't remember the results of, I was on the edge of my seat. His messy love life too, very real and honest.
There were a lot of break ups in audio quality, and sometimes mini sections repeated. disappointed with that a lot, it happened too much.
Absolutely, because it made me see music in a different way and has affected how i perform as a musician. Also, hearing his amazing playing throughout was beautiful.
Firstly, a good part of it is up for scrutiny as to whether it is a true story or not, and he does give a disclaimer on this, but as my title suggests, to marry the real to fantasy made me think and change some perspective. Love learning.
His playing, and the healing section where the road accident victim was attended to. Whether true or false, New Age or Spiritually true, the possibilities of our humanity possessing the ability to be more influential than we currently are really got me thinking.
Having Victor read and play was a treat.
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