Hello, just wondered if anyone has any good recommendations? there's a few "best of" lists on the search I did online, but I'd rather get some informed opinion for folks on here!
Loved that book. It's not often a musician doesn't seem to hold back in any way. His story about Al Di Meola infuriating Tony Levin and Levin's reaction is gold.I really liked Bill Brufords autobiography.
I really liked Bill Brufords autobiography.Hi Davor, these our my opinion on the following books.
Mick Fleetwood book called, Fleetwood My Life and Adventures in Fleetwood Mac.
Five out of Five Stars, ISBN 0-688-06647-X
Nick Mason book called, Inside Out a personal history of Pink Floyd by Nick Mason.
Five + out of Five Stars, ISBN 13-978-0-8118-4824-4
Phil Collins The Definitive Biography.
Five out of Five Stars, ISBN 0-684-81784-5
Joey Kramer book, Joey Kramer Hit Hard. Story of him hitting rock bottom while at the top.
Four out of Five Stars, ISBN 978-0-06-156660-8
Mark Herndon book, The High Road.
Four out of Five Stars, ISBN 978-1-936442-23-2
That book was horribly edited.If you’re a fan of The Who, the Pete Townsend autobiography isn’t very good. Too much about how amazing his ideas were. Not enough about playing with the best rhythm section in rock history.
I highly recommend this movie - it's pretty raw and doesn't sugar coat anything - it's Ginger Baker for all of his greatness and all of his flaws, but I think it gives you a pretty good idea of who the man is, for everything he is and was, and everthing he isn't and never was.Beware of Mr. Baker
Here's the trailer
Here's the full movie