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This is a great book, it has a very intriguing story of his life and his family's life, and it is told in an interesting way by a talented author.
A soul music pioneer (before anybody called it soul music), John made great records with his keening, plaintive voice.
One of the best bios I've read. As a west coast kid who grew up loving early R&B, working after school at a record store featuring the black artists of the fifties, I and a... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Jody Thomason
I absolutely loved this book! I must say that this was a well written book from his humble beginnings to his tragically short ending. Read morePublished 2 months ago by W. Brown
I just loved it the book on his life it made me cry and lol to that part when his father hanged him on the door I love his music
and I am thinking of coveing two of his... Read more
I love Little Willie John's music....sorry to read about the tragedies in his life....he was a man with a golden voice-gifted by God...Published 4 months ago by cruiser
I just finished reading Fever and I loved it. I thought I saw Little Willie John while in New York but I was wrong. I just loved his music and wanted to see him. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ernest Vic Johnson
I had hoped to read about the life of Little Willie John and when I saw that I could get the book from Amazon, I was thrilled. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ruby J Broome
Hard study many more than usual facets involved....Had perfect pitch & the small man complex. Anger did him in..the guards feasted on him . Read morePublished 14 months ago by Richard H. De Silva
Little Willie John was slightly before my time, but I grew up on soul and R&B. Over the years, I would occasionally hear "All Around the World (Grits Ain't Groceries)" and "Fever"... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bubbling
One of my favorite voices of his era. I'm looking for his "inside information" and "person to person". Love his delivery.Published 21 months ago by L. Muhammad