Dan LeRoy is the Director of Literary Arts at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School in Midland, PA. His writing has appeared in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, Vibe, The Village Voice, National Review Online and Alternative Press. Mr. LeRoy is the co-author (with Michael Lipton) of 20 Years of Mountain Stage, a history of the National Public Radio show, and his book The Greatest Music Never Sold will be published by Backbeat in autumn 2007. He is also a contributor to But Prince Don't Moonwalk, an anthology of music writing to be published in 2008 by Crown/Random House.See all Editorial Reviews
Immersive, fun, and eye opening look at the creation of arguably one of the most important albums of the 20th Century.Published 2 months ago by Mike G
informative, entertaining look into the creation of a modern masterpiece. Very well written with a great balance of personality and information.Published 12 months ago by Kristen D. Maxwell
I thought I knew all about «Paul's Boutique», but actualy, I learn tons of info's with this great book. A must read for BB fans.Published 12 months ago by Didier Lorge
One of the best in this series. To the point info about the album, with very little personal opinion added. It even covers outtakes and b-sides. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Rich L.
Great account of the unusual evolution of an unusual group. Hard to pin down the Alchemy that is the beastie Boys and this book does it as well as any.Published 14 months ago by Anthony Frisina
Ever listened to Paul's Boutique and wondered where in the world they came up with the lyrics for "Egg Man"? Read morePublished 16 months ago by Nicholas Morrow
Extremely entertaining story and writing. If you are fan of the B Boys, it is a must read. Awesome history of the beasties and the making of one of their best albums. Read morePublished 18 months ago by AceFreely