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This book is a really good read, that even a less than obsessed fan could enjoy.
Also, there are stories in the book from Don Reo, such as his encounter with Jackie Gleason, that didn't even relate to Clarence Clemons.
This book gives wonderful insight into the person, as well as the career, of Clarence Clemons.
Did you ever order a Maryland crab cake, then bite into it and find out that three quarters of it is breading? That pretty much describes the disappointment of this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ronzo Garbonzo
a fantastic story and no one else could tell it better then the big man himselfPublished 6 months ago by john daly
Martin and Lewis? Defunct. Lennon and McCartney? Didn't happen. Cruise and Kidman? Nope.
It's tough for a couple to stay together. But some have done it. Read more
couldn't put it down some tall tales but believable what world this guy's live in unreal money fame adulation girlsPublished 12 months ago by Kindle Customer
As so many people, I loved the "Big Man"! When I'd go to Bruce concerts, I'd wait for Clarence to get up and play his sax! It was like magic!! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Diane
I was constantly laughing reading this book. I purchased this for my Bruce fan friends. Great perspective on how Bruce created one of the greatest rock n roll machines ever. Read morePublished 16 months ago by StevieK
I couldn't get into it. The book is admittedly partly fiction. Kind of a turn off because its just not well written. No Bruce juice.Published 18 months ago by JayJay