DECATUR, AL, United States
Besides Felder's account of the band's career, the inside look at how the music business worked during its heyday.
The description of how the members of arguably the most popular rock band in the world were unable to stand each other offstage, let alone socialize.
I have not listened to Dennis Holland before, and frankly had never heard of him before listening to this book. I don't make as big a deal about narrators as does Audible. As long as they're intelligible and modulate their voices pleasantly, I couldn't care less about this aspect of my purchases.
No extreme reaction. I've read a great many rock biographies, and there are always similarities among them. At least this one didn't sound like a fan-zine.
A very good listening experience, highly informative (if also highly subjective), and written with warmth and humor.
While these authors chose a book title that attracted me to it, they failed to inform me much about what their title implied it would.
Write about the rise and fall of the Yugo, not tedious and barely relevant details of world politics of its time.
A few descriptions of the Yugo's manufacture, much more easily searchable elsewhere.
I saw this book on a Dollar General store's cut-out shelf for $1.00. And there were several crisp copies.
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