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I'm not sure if the author is an actual author, but this felt like a term paper, very factual and to the point.
In addition, in Part Two of the book, LeMay delves into who the late Elliot Smith really was and exposes some of the common misconceptions surrounding the Artist.
It makes me feel really sad to say it but, i just don't feel that anyone who has thoughts of their own about the album XO needs to own this book.
This is one of the best books available on Elliot Smith. If you are a fan then you probably own the very excellent XO. Read morePublished 12 months ago by R.Scott Boundy
This book is a must have for any Elliott Smith fan. The 33 1/3 books are definite collectors items. Thanks so much for selling this!!Published 18 months ago by MARIEL N MEYER
In all honesty I feel a little mixed about this book. But it is well written, pretty enjoyable to get through. Read morePublished on July 29, 2011 by Geoffrey Cleaver
While I did enjoy this book, I didn't find it to be a very exciting of interesting book to read. I'm not sure if the author is an actual author, but this felt like a term paper,... Read morePublished on June 22, 2011 by ckalltheway
I found this book in the series to be too zoomed-in..
Everything is under the microscope with such a degree
that I found it a chore at times to read. Read more
I am a long-time Elliott Smith fan and was looking forward to a peek into how this great album came into existence. Read morePublished on December 27, 2010 by Nathan Cole
Larry Crane's approval should win this book your admiration, although it won mine on its own merits. Read morePublished on December 10, 2010 by Alexander Matheson