His unique experiences and his sense of humor make it fascinating to read from beginning to end.
I have read this book twice, not only because I like Dr.John's music, but also because I love the city of New Orleans and its cultural heritage.
His love of music got his soul in trouble with drugs and his fans were the ones who benefitted from his pain and suffering.
Great "expose" of the music industry, not only in NOLA. Very entertaining stories of New Orleans night life.Published 8 months ago by Steven A Couture
I recommend this book to all lovers not only of Dr. Johns strange world but also of New Orleans music, whatever it would be jazz, rock, swamp, cajun, zydeco or...Published 16 months ago by Claus Lauesen
Dr. John's spirit is alive in this book. It's honest, raw and real. His musicality comes through in his words. If you want to see what's behind his music, this is a good place. Read morePublished 17 months ago by DIRTBAG
Dr John dishes no salacious gossip here nor does he pile up many had to be there anecdotes about the golden era of New Orleans R+B. Read morePublished 19 months ago by celinedion
I got this book partly because I wanted to learn about Dr. John, but the other reason was because I wanted to learn about New Orleans music in the 50's. Read morePublished 19 months ago by aleester
I am a native south Louisiana person and lover of music. Dr. John (Mac Rebbenack) tells his story in his words. Read morePublished 22 months ago by John D. Tate
Kind of raunchy at times, but a great look at New Orleans music scene and then later the L.A. music scene, Mack worked with just about everybody at one time or anotherPublished on February 16, 2013 by salmonid m