"A rich and moving portrait of two damaged, gifted people." -- --Esquire
"A vibrantly detailed portrait...as poetic and probing as its subjects." -- --People
"An engaging chronicle...will rivet even cursory music fans. Highly recommended." -- --Library Journal
"Essential and engrossing...a remarkable job." -- --The Onion
"Expertly reported...engrossing detail...captures how two lives intersected and ended in the same tragic place." -- --Rolling Stone
"Gripping...an incisive portrait of the ill-fated father and son." -- --Karen Burns, B&n.com
"Haunting, plaintive...a provocative picture of father and son." -- --E! Online
"The first book to draw a clear picture of these soulful cult icons." -- --Hear/Say magazine
"[A] meticulously researched dual biography." -- --Chicago Tribune
"[An] ambitious dual biography...uses a wealth of reportage to depict convincingly two generations of pop music turmoil." -- --The Washington Post
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About the Author
David Browne is the music critic for Entertainment Weekly and a former reporter for the New York Daily News. His articles on music and popular culture have appeared in Rolling Stone, the New York Times, Mojo, and other publications. A graduate of New York University's journalism program, be is the recipient of a 1996 Music Journalism Award for criticism. He lives in New York City.