Wrapped Up in Books
Rock & Roll books, bound but ungagged
Reviewed by Raoul Hernandez, Fri., Dec. 7, 2012
One hundred and four pages into Pete Townshend's autobiography, Keith Moon's already a liability but John Entwistle's fondly remembered, the dead half of the Who still cruelly extinct. Fortunately, reading page after page of Townshend's prose plays out like 20 discs in a row from Maximum R&B's creator. Sex, drugs, rock & roll. And books. Immutable.
Doug Freeman, Fri., July 8, 2011
Raoul Hernandez, Fri., Oct. 29, 2010
Louis Black, Fri., June 18, 2010
Austin Powell, Fri., June 11, 2010
Raoul Hernandez, Fri., June 11, 2010
Luke Winkie, Fri., May 24, 2013
Margaret Moser, Fri., May 24, 2013
Jim Caligiuri, Fri., May 24, 2013
Abby Johnston, Fri., May 24, 2013
Doug Freeman, Fri., May 24, 2013
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