This is more than an audio book. It is almost like an audio play. Since it is based on a diary, most of it is read by MM in his own voice, but occasionally there are other voices playing the cast of characters involved. While it is a must for anyone who's ever made a record or been involved in a label, It is enjoyable to anyone who's interested in major label record making and the insanity that goes on behind the scenes.
When Cotton has his accident or....don't want to spoil anything.
The cast of characters are played by a slew of recording engineers and producers. There are added sound effects, plus music. You have to bear in mind that this was made by a top record maker. So the audio is impeccable and creative.
No, it is pretty long.
I'd already read the book, but this was still worth the listen. Try to listen on a good stereo or set of headphones, and get the high quality version!
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