Only listened to the audio version. I'd like to see the book to review and make some notes.
If the topic interested me.
You bet. Some good behind the scenes information, recording info etc... I don't really care about the behavior that much. I want to know about the gear and inspiration for the songs, well the ones they did compose.
Mick Wall made dumb comments about Alice Cooper and got the Moby Grape release completely wrong.
Yes. I drive truck and am in motion so much of each day, I have no alternative.
Getting a sense of what The Boys were dealing with at the beginning of what became Beatlemania.
All of them. A remarkable job of trying to emulate each of the Beatles, including the two less well known, Stu & Pete.
Yes and I'm desperate for the following volumes - hurry please
Don't want to wait for the next volumes... ship me previews if you can :)
You bet! Hearing the voice makes a lot of difference. Same with the Pete Townshend book.
Who I Am - shines light behind the curtain
Hearing his voice, knowing when he was laughing or more intense is invaluable.
Yes, but I also didn't want it to finish up.
Now, book 2?
I liked the behind the scenes glimpses into what was going on in SF
Good Grief! Doesn't anyone check the pronunciations of people's names, like Marty Balin? That is just lame and embarrassing. There were others as well..
Audible should be more careful when there are so many errors with the pronunciations of people's names. Spoils the wonder of these marvelous books.
I'm fascinated with all the insight into the inner workings of American Politics. So sad. The disappointment is the frequent mispronunciation by this reader. Many of the names are slaughtered, but the story is captivating.
Mr. Burke, I hope you continue this worthy series. Will Patton is THE BEST!... thank you very much.
Mr. Boutsikaris mispronounced too many names... like the daughter of the President, Nevada...
otherwise a very good listen.
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