A Guide to Recognizing Your Saintsby Dito Montiel, Jason Collins
This quintessentially American story of a young man's hunger for experience is a streetwise "Meetings with Remarkable Men" with echoes of Whitman and Kerouac. Includes photos by Bruce Weber and Allen Ginsburg. See more details below
This quintessentially American story of a young man's hunger for experience is a streetwise "Meetings with Remarkable Men" with echoes of Whitman and Kerouac. Includes photos by Bruce Weber and Allen Ginsburg.
- Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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- 6.50(w) x 6.64(h) x 1.15(d)
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Now that you've read Dito's memoirs, reflecting the life of a New York punk rocker from Queens, be sure to check out Dito's first and most passionate foray into the maniacal world of 1980s punk rock. Hearkening back to the emergence of New York Hardcore, Dito found himself playing music along with members of the most uncompromising of New York Hardcore bands, namely Urban Waste and Kraut. With that, a vertiable supergroup of NYHC were born, and they were called 'MAJOR CONFLICT.' Recorded in 1983, the sheer brilliance of MAJOR CONFLICT'S 'SOUNDS LIKE 1983' enhanced CD will blow your mind. Includes the 1983 sessions, which have never before been released and offer you a glimpse into the wild and reckless world of New York Hardcore. Also features Major Conflict's sole release up until now, an elusive 7-inch made famous by its obscurity, as well as live songs recorded at institutions like A7, CBGB's and Max's Kansas City.
I've waited all my life for something to move my generation the way I'm sure On The Road did it's and for me this is it. To compare anyone to good ol' Jack is sacrilidge I know but I feel this worthy. A great great book.