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For baby-boomer music enthusiasts, this book is a must.
It is a story of faith, kindness and love that will reach those that understand... and hopefully those that are looking for an answer to life's huge complexities.
I had always been a big fan of Richie Furay, for his talent as a great (Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame) musician and for creating/pioneering the country rock sound.
Heard about this from a friend you has met Richie Furay. I am enjoying hearing the back story of a favorite sound and more importantly, the story of a man with a heart for God.Published 13 days ago by Deborah Madey
This book is more about Richie Furray's life. He seems to have always been pretty level headed and remains this was today. Read morePublished 7 months ago by T. Edwards
Despite a sterling musical pedigree Richie Furay never made it to "superstar" status. As a talented member of the short-lived Buffalo Springfield he was overshadowed by Stephen... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Tom
I HAVE BEEN A POCO FAN SINCE SEEING THEM LIVE AT SHEA STADIUM IN 69 AND HHAVE THE UTMOST RESPECT FOR RICHIE' S SINGING AND SONGWRITING ABILITIES BUT EVERY OTHER PAGE OF RELIGION,... Read morePublished 16 months ago by michael nolan
A fabulous autobiography that took me back to those great music making days of the 60's and beyond. I had always been a big fan of Richie Furay, for his talent as a great (Rock and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by John von Arx
A great read written from the perspective of a regular guy. Richie Furay avoids attitude and star turns to reveal the soul of a guy with talent, driven to succeed, but wrestling... Read morePublished on October 23, 2012 by D. P. Jestic
A truly inspiring story. Open and honest, it shows that one can be at the top of the world in the eyes of observers, but on the inside there is still a void that needed to be... Read morePublished on February 14, 2010 by F. Guy Coleman
Pickin' Up the Pieces: The Heart and Soul of Country Rock Pioneer Richie Furay
This book was was not what I had expected, and I found in it far more than I feel the... Read more
Nice story about Richie's life. I saw the Springfield and Poco both in their earliest forms and always admired both. Read morePublished on March 21, 2008 by Donald E. Butler