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Just what I would expect; sad, funny, and a bit lonely. I enjoyed it.Published 5 days ago by Aeon Flux
When I was a young guy,growing up in Germany about 1972/73. I saw ELP live. I think it was just before trilogy came out. Anyway, saw them live in Frankfurt.. I was amazed! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Slartibartfast
Fascinating!! A real look at the music scene of the most expressive time in music history through the eyes of the worlds greatest keyboardist and writer Keith Emerson. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Kevin Quinn
I thought that would be interesting to read an autobiography written by one of the best musicians of all times. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Eaglesmusic
First, let me be clear. I am a huge Keith Emerson fan and appreciate his talent greatly. His playing style has influenced my own playing for over 40 years. Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by James F. Baugh
I loved it! Oh. Must be at least 20 words, eh? OK.
I bought this some time ago and I got off to a slow start, but once I got some time to dig in, I kept going for days... Read more
I've been an ELP fan since I first heard Lucky Man on the radio back in 1970. Keith's book (and it his own autobiography - no co-author) is a must for any ELP or Emo fan. Read morePublished on December 6, 2009 by H. Mason
Having a collection of ELP albums,this book is a worthy addition to that collection.
Emerson's writing style is fluent & very readable & made the book hard to put down. Read more