Laurel Canyon: The Inside Story of Rock-And-Roll's Legendary Neighborhood


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A veteran journalist tells the inside story of the Laurel Canyon music scene of the '60s and '70s, an unprecedented gathering of some of the leading musical lights who forever changed the way popular music is recorded, marketed, and consumed.

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Aug 9, 2007

Factually Inaccurate

The book reads a little slow, but the descriptions are good. The writer can definitely paint pictures with words. My concern is that I'm only a few chapters into the book, and I've discovered at least two inaccurate facts. One with a neighborhood in Chicago, and the other with CSNY.


Apr 23, 2007

A Head Trip Down Memory Lane

Very well written travelogue that guides you down those twisted canyon roads of the 70's. Some tongue-in-cheekiness about a generation of artists who almost accidentally created a legacy of anthems and tunes that are still being covered by current performers. For those of us who survived the Age of Aquarius, it is a little nostalgic. For those readers who are interested in the historical roots of some of today's "retro" bands, it is simply a great read.

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