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A very sympathetic and endearing insight into life in one of the world's greatest rock bands.
Clarence Clemons is at his most vulnerable within these pages, and his natural humour and good nature seep through the lines and infect your soul. At times I just couldn't stop smiling. From great anecdotes to touching scenes it doesn't disappoint.
Anyone who is a fan of rock 'n' roll, Bruce Springsteen or being a 'free spirit' should pick this up and read it.
It is such a shame that there wasn't an Epilogue detailing the last year. Maybe a later edition would contain this and then the tears will really flow.