Disappointed to learn that Hotel California isnat actually in the phone book, radio producers Chris and Joe resolve to seek out the true spirit of rock and roll America. Roof down and stereo up, they drive coast to coast on a mission to alive the musica. They will sell their souls to the devil on the same crossroads as Robert Johnson, taste the loneliness of the aWichita Linemana (and the fried peanut butter sandwich that finished off The King), hang out with the spirit of Johnny Cash in his own front room and, sitting on a jetty by an alligator-infested lake, sing aHappy Birthdaya to country-rock musician Gram Parsons. But first they must learn the ukulele, grow preposterous facial hair and fail to get into the Chateau Marmont with a rising popstar a and thatas just day one. Itas a tale of friendship tested to the limit, great melodies, perfect lyrics and noble myths. www.missingparsons.comThe car, however, was a touch more grievous than angel. It had two peculiarities worth highlighting. The first was the CD player. It skipped a bit. This didna#39;t particularly bother me, not least because it seemed to skip songs that featured pedalanbsp;...
|Title||:||Live Fast Die Young|
|Author||:||Chris Price, Joe Harland|
|Publisher||:||Summersdale Publishers LTD - ROW - 2010-05-04|