Other Reviews

Canyon of Dreams: The Magic and the Music of Laurel Canyon: by Harvey Kubernik

It’s will-nigh impossible to resist the temptation to flip through Canyon of Dreams. Its dimensions may not quite fit the definition of ‘coffee-table book,’ but its plethora of photos make it an ideal piece to ...

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Storm Large Crazy Enough

The wild fluctuations of Storm Large come at the reader fast and heavy while she describes her life and growing up in not the most normal of circumstances.  She is a sentence or sometimes a ...

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Trust Me, I

It is a little disturbing how many people with very serious problems wrote to the former (and future) Black Sabbath front-man regarding serious medical problems, and while he was always willing to put his two ...

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Tom Waits on Tom Waits: by Paul Maher Jr.

Tom Waits On Tom Waits brings together a large number of interviews conducted throughout the great man’s storied career. Covering a remarkable 35-year span from 1973 to 2008, this collection employs Waits’ own words to ...

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So Much to Say: Dave Matthews Band–20 Years on the Road: by Nikki Van Noy

If you aren’t already aware of Dave Matthews Band fans and their fanatical devotion, So Much to Say: 20 Years on the Road will reveal the myriad ways in which they’ve made being crazy about ...

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Dancing Barefoot: The Patti Smith Story: by Dave Thompson

Dancing Barefoot recalls many events that may already be familiar to fans of Smith’s career and readers of NYC music history. But the author does bring a deeper insight to the artist’s motivations and a ...

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This is Gonna Hurt: Music, Photography & Life Through The Distorted Lens Of Nikki Sixx

Every once in awhile, you come across someone who knows exactly what Jim Marshall was talking about and becomes inspired by his images to pick up a camera and seek out the soul. You wouldn’t ...

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Keith Richards: Life

If the measure of a good autobiography is the extent to which the writing reflects the progression of the life under inspection, then Keith Richard’s Life is an exceptional piece of work. That doesn’t necessarily ...

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Sex, Drugs & Blueberries: by Crash Barry

Barry’s Maine is one of sun-scorched blueberry barrens, just enough gas to get through the evening (providing the pickup doesn’t end up in the puckerbrush), cheap beer (none of that microbrew stuff), and, yes, drugs. ...

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Raisin’ Cain: The Wild and Raucous Story of Johnny Winter: by Mary Lou Sullivan

Mary Lou Sullivan artfully interweaves excerpts from a series of interviews for her biography of Johnny Winter. In doing so she depicts the albino Texan bluesman’s career in such matter of fact terms, she almost ...

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