Hilarious, highly entertaining
It starts off slow, as Mixerman gives the listener basic background on the Music Industry at the time and introduces some of the main characters. You quickly get hooked on the combination of terrific background music, foley, voiceovers, and other ear candy, in addition to Mixerman's unusual perspective of the outrageous chicanery, skullduggery and hijinks behind the scenes of the Music Business at the time "the diaries" were written. Most, if not all, of the colorful cast of characters were performed, hilariously, yet somehow convincingly, by Music Industry veterans.
Make sure you order it at the highest audio quality file -- that's 'e' at Audible -- this book was put together by many of the word's top audio engineers, and the 192kbps file sounds surprisingly good
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