Pete Townshend provides very interesting insights into the british rock scene of the 60's. The interactions between various artists of the time was amazing.
Pete Townshend pulls no punches for anyone including himself. Seemed to be very honestly written.
He was able to laugh at himself and his past behavior.
I went back and listened to my entire Who library. It was really cool to have that first hand background on the creative process that Pete went thru to write a lot of the Who's songs.
You will not be disappointed with this purchase.
I loved the book. Lots of great information presented in a very sensible manner. As soon as I was done with the book, I started it over and am listening to it again.
Very straight forward with a lot of very practical useful information.
This guy loves beer!!
I love learning about beer. This book has helped me to understand more about the science of my home brewing.
Charles, God willing, someday I am going to buy you a beer to say thanks for your life's work and for helping me be a better brewer.
I spent portion of my youth in the Navy. Some of the situations brought back a lot of memories. Wouk presents very believable situations and makes the mutiny seem like the right thing to do at the time...
The charactors are very well rounded and you feel a connection with the sailors of the Caine.
Well read. The different voices used in the narration helps to keep the charactors more individual.
I enjoyed the relationship between Willie and May.
Fantastic book. Great story and great charactors.
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