There Goes Gravity: A Life in Rock and Roll

There Goes Gravity: A Life in Rock and Roll

by Lisa Robinson
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There Goes Gravity: A Life in Rock and Roll 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
donnfo More than 1 year ago
Robison is a rock reporter and we've all been reading her for years. This book focuses on her time with the Stones, Led Zep, New York Dolls, Ramones and others. Real insider stuff. A lot of fun.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gave up after 50 pages. It is so poorly written. Almost as if the author was still on one of the acid trips mentioned in the book. How do i get my money back?
kerrmet More than 1 year ago
I have read just about every rock n roll book out there.  I had high hopes for this one but it was good at best. It starts off slow and kind of rambling.  Her writing style seems to get a little better as the book goes on.  The chapter on U2, Eminim and Gaga are worth reading.  I was looking forward to the old stuff, the Stones,  Zepplin etc and its just so hard to read. If you hang in threre after the first few chapters it does get better, but that is not saying much. In one word, dissappointing! 
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like others, i will say this is a slow read. you'd think being behind the scenes in music since the 60s, there would be so many great stories & such. the way this is written, it's like i'm listening to someone talk at a party about their accounting job. totally dull & with NO enthusiasm whatsoever for the job or the people/scene involved. back to the party example, it's like i was interested to hear what this person had to say, then 10 minutes later was plotting about how i could walk away & talk to that interesting person across the room.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Blah blah blah... Grow up.