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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.
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 4 days 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 15 days 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 29 days 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 1 month 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.
This was a great book. A good account of everything from a fairly clearheaded guy. I only met him once, and he was fairly abrupt with me, but his parents were really nice people. Read morePublished 6 months ago by endsng