Very good memoir.
This was one of the best books I have ever read. It made you feel like you were living in Morrison's head. It described his world well and did not paint a false picture of this man-legend. I highly recommend this to anyone who listened to Rock & Roll or Blues and grew up in the 70's. It also gives insight to younger folks of how music changed our lives back then.
The narrator's voice was boring as was the content. The author was too high on himself throughout the book. I would have liked more history of what his childhood was like and who abused him. It was not very believable.
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