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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 2 days 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 4 days 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 2 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 2 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 3 months ago by A. R. Corman
This is a fantastic read. It's not just AS and Police; it's music and the scene and art through several decades; lots of characters and ups and downs. Read morePublished 5 months ago by SeS
One of the best written music biographies ever, genuinely funny, observant and wise, but not over-analytical and pretentious, especially in the chapters about the years before the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by TUCO H.