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1.0 out of 5 stars
Not worth it, 29 July 2010
I can summarise this book in a few sentences: Dime played Guitar great. Dime was a good guy who cared about people. Dime liked to drink Whiskey and Coke.
That is about as much insight as the Author Zac Crain provides. There are no interviews with his family or Band members, just some anecdotal things from former road crew and obscure people like Ross Halfin (photographer) who only met him once. I have learned more about Dime in reading a three page interview in 'Guitar World'.
I am very disappointed in the book and feel ripped off by Zac Crain - poorly researched and poorly written book on one of my Hero's. I will now have to buy another biography in the hope someone else respects Dime enough to do a proper Job.