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This review is from: Wild Tales (Hardcover)
This autobiography makes Nash seem rather pleased with himself - particularly because he has ended up in a very good place, having done extremely well in music and other areas too.
Lovely to be able to hear a version of what was really happening in the 60s and 70s, but Nash was lucky that he seemed to survive unscathed the excesses of that hedonistic time whilst seemingly having enjoyed them to the full.
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Initial post: 8 Jan 2014 18:55:07 GMT
yes, besides his father passing away while he was away on tour with The Hollies, the breakdown of his first marriage, seeing Crosby 'burn' in the grip of drug addiction....
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