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Bark Staving Ronkers: A Music Memoir Paperback – 24 Jan 2006
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Experience the spark and excitement of the 60's tumultuous music scene from a man who lived through it all English bass guitarist John Bobin. Bobins candid clear-eyed look at the perils and pitfalls of fame including the occasional disastrous tour, give scope and breadth to an absolutely engrossing tale. Profits from the sale of the book go to cancer research.
About the Author
John Bobin was born in Southend on Sea, in Essex, England in 1948. A bass guitarist since the age of twelve, he has recorded for Polydor, Columbia and Vertigo and has worked for pirate radio stations as well. Retired from the professional music business, he now works for a specialist Business Processing Services company. A keen cyclist, he still plays bass and rock and roll is still in his heart!
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My one criticism is that the Kindle edition that I read is formatted in a different way to other Kindle books that I've purchased. The pages of the book have just been copied and you can't change the text size in the normal way or select words for definition. Having said that it didn't spoil my enjoyment of the book at all.
As such, it will prove interesting &/or useful to readers who either (a) are too young to have been there, or, (b) were there, and by definition (or should that be "deafinition" ?) can't remember any of it !
Good fun, good read - and (as a bonus) all profits to a worthwhile charity. Well done, John !
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