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Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

wow! My thoughts on Wild Tales...... Simply...it was one of th

wow!
My thoughts on Wild Tales......

Simply...it was one of the best written musical autobiographies I've ever read.
I listened to Graham Nash deliver his story and had a hard copy to the side to see the photos included.

candid... surprisingly heartwarming...sometime...
wow!
My thoughts on Wild Tales......

Simply...it was one of the best written musical autobiographies I've ever read.
I listened to Graham Nash deliver his story and had a hard copy to the side to see the photos included.

candid... surprisingly heartwarming...sometimes heart-wrenching....

I couldn't put it down.

"Graham Nash—the legendary musician and founding member of the iconic bands Crosby, Stills & Nash and The Hollies has given us a work that belongs on the reading list of every classic rock and roll fan."

In a fiercely intense chronicle, we revel in moments of glory and success but we are not spared "dark side of stardom, "particularly the drug-fueled ego trips and meltdowns" that accompany tales of sex, drugs and rock and roll.
Wild Tales journals amazing times in the world of rock music..yet, you can't help feel a certain sadness for all of the times "Wasted on the Way."

Yes, "it all comes down to the music "(Graham Nash) but we learn so much more about love, friendship and loyalty.

I recommend this not only to CSN(Y) fans but to all "students" of classic rock and roll.
It's chronicled with precision and has a historical presence.

If you want an honest look at this time period and the journey of CSN (Y), it's here.
No holds barred.
You'll also explore many of the passions of Graham Nash's life...
Don't pass by this one!

posted by caslyn on November 19, 2013

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