Recommended Reading

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  1. DYohn

    DYohn Bronze Member Donor Top Poster

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    I just finished this book and found it fascinating. This will especially appeal to musicians here, but anyone interested in music, even as a casual fan, might like it.

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    The cover image is linked to Amazon through CJ's search feature.
     
  2. Carl V

    Carl V Bronze Member Donor Top Poster

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    So I assume this book talks about groupies
    & the behind the scene "music scene"....those
    sorts of anecdotes our Music teachers never
    wanted to bring up in mixed company in H.S.:laugh:
    Sex,Drugs & Rock-n-Roll.:tu:

    On a more seriuos note....what was your take home lesson
    or in other words, in 25 words or less what seems to have
    stuck in your mind after reading this book? A Pre'cis so to speak.

    On a completly unrelated topic I have a book for you to read David.
    Thomas Frank's 2004 book- "What's the matter with Kansas?" Seriously!
    Why do ordinary Americans vote against their own economic interests
    to support republicans. I thnk it's right up your alley, especially in light
    of the present political environment vis-a-vis the Democratic Primary.
    I have no idea who you are backing or why but you might appreciate
    his take on things.

    I now return you to your regualrily scheduled trhead...sorry for the
    thread Crap CJ.... & David
     
  3. JeffC

    JeffC Well-Known Member Donor

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    I'll never understand why people vote for Republicans or Democrats. It's like voting for a 1982 penny over a 1983 penny.
     

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