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John Cummings (1948–2004), aka Johnny Ramone, was ranked by Rolling Stone as #16 on its list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.” In Time’s rating of the “10 Greatest Electric-Guitar Players,” he was named, in a fit of appropriate rebellion, #11.
This is kind of designed like a grade school text book. Johnny was the sane Ramone, and he tells his story very straight. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Brad Smith
While not quite as focused as Marky's book, this is still a great read for Ramones fans. The end is very sad when he discusses his mortality. Now I'm reading Monte Melnick's book.Published 3 months ago by Marc Faucher
This book was published 8 years after Johnny's death, I don't know why it took so long to put together but they did a wonderful job---the book looks great. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Scott
You feel like Johnny Ramone is sitting and telling you his story personally. It is so authentically Him. I loved it. He is direct and ballsy.Published 3 months ago by Sean M
If you are a Ramones fan you will love Johnny Angel Wendell's book Looking For Lady Dee and Roxy Ramone's book Too Tough To Love. Read morePublished 4 months ago by sb
Great read for any fan of Rock n Roll. No bull straight and to the point. Johnny Ramone,
The man , the legend who kept the Ramones relevant.