1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
When the Judgment Day comes, this documentary film might actually weigh more on Dave Grohl's scales than what he had done as a musician.
This is in no way meant to belittle his musical contribution, but rather to stress the incredible amount of research and work that obviously went into this chronicle of American rock history 1969 - 2013, written and shot on the backdrop of a life story of a Neve recording console. (Granted, Grohl took what some might find an oversize part in the second half of that chronicle, but then he kind of deserves it, doesn't he?).
We should all send a cheque and a big thank you note to Dave Grohl for capturing this history, which is what I am… Read more
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Coz' if they cannot do that, in as plain language and logic as those in which Steve Keen leads his assault on mainstream economic theory, then that theory is not only irrelevant to policy-making, but outright harmful to it, and therefore to us all.
At times, I could not believe my eyes when I read the book.
I sure hope that someone comes with that explanation soon ...