Yes this book was awesome to listen to and the narrator was fabulous as Gregg.
Print books have their place but this one was so much fun to listen to.
So many moments but I think when he shot himself in the foot! Having grown up in the Vietnam war era and imagining that moment in time. The part where Gregg talks about Duane's funeral was really moving. The end of the book was so heartwarming and a real inspiration for anyone who has gone thru addictions and grief in their life. It brings back the times, the hippie and freak children days.. carefree and so turbulent.
It's not my cross to bear so crucify me anyway!
The Allman Brothers Band will live on forever as one of the greatest American Rock and Roll/Blues bands of all time. They truly were the innovators of what is now called Southern Rock.
Everything and more, all the behind the scenes details were wonderful.Details were perfection...
Wonderful job telling the stories
The last day of Lucy's life.
My mother saw Lucille Ball perform at Queens College in Charlotte, North Carolina with a traveling troupe of actors in 1939. She said Lucy came out on stage with platinum blonde hair & all the girls just were amazed how beautiful she was! Mother told us she was really a showgirl and she put on a fantastic performance there.
The whole book kept my attention! All their music stands the test of time and is being re-discovered now by younger people today. An era gone by it brings back all the memories of the turbulent 60's and how this music set the touch tone for rock and roll today.
All of it! Probably the most touching was at the end when Morris passed away.
It all came full circle for Tommy and how he is a survivor too! So many like him ended up in the 27 club he knew personally.
No but excellent narration for this book
Tommy James a Survivor and Trailblazer of Psychedelic Rock
If you know this music get this you will not be sorry!
and if you have never listened to Tommy James and The Shondells get their music!
If You wanna know every fact about Zeppelin then this is the book to listen to.This author did so much research down to every date, time and crazy antics of what the coming of life in rock history this band is even today.
I grew up and own almost every Led Zeppelin album as they were released so it was fun to listen in and revisit those times back in the late 60's and early 70's. Some of the book became a bit cumbersome with facts but I feel this author wanted to give his perspective as best he could on what he believes really happened.
Some of the material I am not too sure about and he did seem to give a sort of negative spin on Jimmy Page but all in all it is a good book.
Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and Bonzo
He did a great job and this book needed a British accent to help out with the full vision of this band
No there is no way you can listen to this in one sitting, Too many facts and information, details.
Led Zeppelin will go down in history as one of the greatest bands of all time 100 years from now.
This was a time where there were no computers mixing the sound and what they endured to get the music to the level they did is almost amazing today (with all the technology that is used now in the recording industry).
It is also becoming more rare to find bands that write their own songs, play their own instruments, and sing and perform it and stay together as long as they did.
If you want to know what music of the real rock and roll era then this is the audio for you. After you listen to this you will have to go listen to their music because you will even further appreciate what they went thru to get it to the level they did from such a meager beginning.
Peace~and A Whole Lotta Love~
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