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If you like the Police, this book gives you a lot of great details about the people behind the music and the origins of the band.Published 17 days ago by P. Aaron Jones
I've read many rock memoirs and this has character all its own.
Not rampant with details of sex and drugs but enough to keep it enjoyable. Read more
Nice to hear a perspective from the inside. A good story about per service and dedication to one's art. As for the Kindle version, lots of typo's.Published 1 month ago by RVR
Andy Summers puts into words some rare and fleeting moments in a way that brings the reader right along with him as he experiences musical creativity, fame, despair, and hope. Read morePublished 2 months ago by am0eba
A really interesting intimate look into the life of a genuine muso. Very reserved and relatively objective description of the rise and fall of the Police.Published 4 months ago by Pieter
Simply one of the best muso biographies of our era. Candid, very funny at times, and a must for guitarists or lovers of 70s and 80s music.Published 4 months ago by Rino Breebaart
The book itself (the content) is fun to read and I enjoy Andy's refreshing and humorous experiences, and I can't ever remember laughing so much in the first 28 pages or so! Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. R. Corman