#1
I needed to read a biography/autobiography for school so I went to Borders to get "Elliott Smith and the Big Nothing" but they didn't have it. So I looked for "Room Full of Mirrors" (Hendrix), then "X-Ray" (Ray Davies of the Kinks) but they didn't have either of those so I got "Down the Highway The Life of Bob Dylan" and its really good so far. What are your guis favorite musician biographies?
Goodness gracious me!
#4
room full of mirrors is great, just started reading the clapton one and its pretty good as well.
"The sunshine bores the daylights out of me"
#5
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Kurt cobain


Heavier than Heaven? I read it like three or four years ago and it was pretty good if I remember correctly.
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#6
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#7
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Heavier than Heaven? I read it like three or four years ago and it was pretty good if I remember correctly.

You ever read his Journals?

Crazy stuff.
#8
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You ever read his Journals?

Crazy stuff.


I also saw his cut-paste blueprint for his Jagstang.
#10
Behind Sad Eyes
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That's why you assume every girl you're with is a virgin, because it's not too appealing to eat out a girl's pussy that some dude's already stuffed his junk in.
#13
A Room Full of Mirrors is good. Slash is an autobiography, but is definately awesome.
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Hammer of the Gods- Led Zep, not really 1 person but oh well

"I think I opened [the book] up in the middle somewhere and started to read it, and I just threw it out the window. I was living by a river then, so it actually found its way to the bottom of the sea."
Jimmy Page on Hammer of the Gods
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