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May 2, 2012-Mama Knows 'Rithmetic 1
Prehistory: 1964-72-Kicked Open A Door To Your Mind 3
Part I Born With Nothing 37
Chapter 1 1971-72-Songs About Cars & Girls 39
Chapter 2 1973-Hammond's (Other) Folly 61
Chapter 3 1974-75-Trading In Wings For Wheels 89
Chapter 4 1975-77-Cashed In A Few of My Dreams 113
Chapter 5 1977-78-Chasing Something In The Night 144
Part II Better Off That Way 171
Chapter 6 1978-79-The Ties That Bind 173
Chapter 7 1980-81-Take Me To The River 203
Chapter 8 1981-82-Reasons To Believe 228
Chapter 9 1982-84-Growin' Up 251
Chapter 10 1984-88-None But The Brave 275
Epilogue: November 22, 2009-Everything That Dies, Some Day Comes Back 297
Selected Bibliography 305
A Selective Bootleg CD Discography 315
Posted January 27, 2013
Don't buy this book!!
I was looking forward to it because Heylin has written a great biography of Dylan ( Behind the Shades), but this book he seems to be pushing an agenda.
I can sum the book up thusly: "Bruce takes too long to make albums, over thinks the songs and reworks them too much
And then leaves the best ones off of the released album."
There, I just saved you 382 pages of reading. Read the book " Bruce" by Peter Ames Carlin instead. That book is well researched and offers new information that is unbiased.
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Posted February 2, 2013
Totally agree with Dave from Buffalo. What a disappointment. The Carlin book was 5-star and this was just awful. I was also expecting, based on the name and cover shot, more about Bruce & his relationship with the band members. But this was nothing of the sort. Steer clear Bruce fans.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.