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Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life

por Graham Nash

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From Graham Nash -- the legendary musician and founding member of the iconic bands Crosby, Stills & Nash and The Hollies -- comes a candid and riveting autobiography.
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This was a very enjoyable book. I really liked reading about the making of the songs.

It seems that Graham Nash is a really nice guy and I will appreciate his music even more after reading his story.

Thank you Crown Archetype and Edelweiss for the opportunity to read this book. ( )
  PamV | Mar 27, 2018 |
Thanks to a GOODREADS giveaway & Crown Publishing Group; I won a signed copy of Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life (Paperback) by Graham Nash ... a signed copy: well, someone stuck a sticker with his signature on the inside title page.. but still, I won it!!!!! ( )
  tenamouse67 | Jan 6, 2018 |
These kinds of biographies are often light and fun. And when they're autobiographies, even more so...a glimpse into the artist's view of how things went down. Of course, his perspective is biased,and we don't know if the story would be different if told by Crosby, Stills or Young, but who knows? Nash writes candidly and passionately and that makes a good read.

CSNY is one of the anomalies of my music likes. Normally, a whiny twang would send me running, but as with some other one-offs from my youth, I liked them and I still do - love the three part harmony. I've got a mind to listen to their discography again...this time armed with a bit of knowledge of how some of the songs came about. ( )
  Razinha | May 23, 2017 |
I had no idea where to direct my thoughts on Wild Tales...

Simply...it was one of the best written musical autobiographies I've ever read.
I listened to Graham Nash deliver his story and had a hard copy to the side to see the photos included.

candid... surprisingly heartwarming...sometimes heart-wrenching....

I couldn't put it down.

"Graham Nash���the legendary musician and founding member of the iconic bands Crosby, Stills & Nash and The Hollies has given us a work that belongs on the reading list of every classic rock and roll fan."

In a fiercely intense chronicle, we revel in moments of glory and success but we are not spared "dark side of stardom, "particularly the drug-fueled ego trips and meltdowns" that accompany tales of sex, drugs and rock and roll.
Wild Tales journals amazing times in the world of rock music..yet, you can't help feel a certain sadness for all of the times "Wasted on the Way."

Yes, "it all comes down to the music "(Graham Nash) but we learn so much more about love, friendship and loyalty.

I recommend this not only to CSN(Y) fans but to all "students" of classic rock and roll.
It's chronicled with precision and has a historical presence.

If you want an honest look at this time period and the journey of CSN (Y), it's here.
No holds barred.
You'll also explore many of the passions of Graham Nash's life...
Don't pass by this one! ( )
  pennsylady | Jan 22, 2016 |
I love a lot of Graham Nash's music and I respect him as a songwriter and as the "secret sauce" high harmonies in Crosby, Stills, & Nash's music. So I was interested in learning what he had to say about his life. I found that he had a short book's worth of interesting stories which he turned into a long, poorly written book. He also came across as tremendously arrogant and wildly impressed with himself. OK, he's accomplished a lot, but so have a lot of musicians. Even Sting (not one to hide his light) manages to come across as somewhat humble and grateful for some lucky breaks in his book "Broken Music." Meh. ( )
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