6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
No real boasts,
This review is from: Barefaced Lies and Boogie-Woogie Boasts (Hardcover)
Some great anecdotes here, including the time he first met Bob Dylan at George Harrison's house.
Jools' humble manner is such that he drops names like Dylan and Harrison with the same love and affection that he recalls pub landlords, and friends and neighbours.
As a great fan of his music, I loved his insights on the music, and those he has worked with throughout the years.
One (small) gripe is the way that the last 15 or so years are crammed into about 20 pages, (possibly) leaving scope for a second half of the memoirs?
You get an overall sense of the honesty, and humble upbringing of Jools throughout, and I found it very hard to put this one down.