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Goodman University of California Press. Reed Indiana University Press. Mayes lived through racial segregation, the civil rights movement of the s, the integration of rock bands, and the emergence of Motown. He personally experienced the sexual and moral revolutions of the sixties, was robbed of his musical royalties, and survived a musical drought. He's been a pimp and a drug pusher--and lived to tell the tale when so many musicians have not.
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This sideman to the stars witnessed music history from the best seat in the house--behind the drum set. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Other Editions 5.
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Sep 17, P. A good book about a drummer that I did not know that I had been listening to for some time now. I have been listening to these men for years. Now to have some stories to go with them is great.
He does go into his life and how he started out and who he has worked with over the years. H does talk about Jimmi Hendrix and how they were friends and played in some clubs together before he got famo A good book about a drummer that I did not know that I had been listening to for some time now. H does talk about Jimmi Hendrix and how they were friends and played in some clubs together before he got famous.
He also talks about working on some of the last record but not getting credit. This I believe just because he had passed away and they rushed to get the record out. Also the two songs are more of a blues feel and that is what he mostly plays. Enjoyed the book and the stories and now the music will be a little better when Ilisten to it.
I got this book off Net Galley.