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Never Say No To A Rock Star: In the Studio with Dylan, Sinatra, Jagger and…

by Glenn Berger

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I had no idea who Glen Berger was when I started this book but I have just recently become interested in the recording aspect of music during the seventies. I enjoyed the first half of the book which Glen spends on his youth and early days in the industry. He didn't like a lot of artists (Paul Simon, Bob Dylan) but he has some interesting tales to tell about a lot of people. Halfway through when he becomes a "big shot", in his own words, he becomes a lot harder to take. He's one of these cocky, arrogant guys who gets off on being self-deprecating. Near the end are a few chapters where he soul searches the meaning of life which were really hard to take and I started skimming from that point on. An okay book but it's hard to really enjoy a memoir when you don't like the guy who's telling the story. ( )
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