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Shakey

Neil Young's Biography

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Shakey by Jimmy McDonough
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Neil Young is one of rock and roll's most important, influential and enigmatic fignres, an intensely reticent artist who has granted no writer access to his inner sancturn -until now. SHAKEY is the whole story of Young's incredible life and career- from his childhood in Canada to the founding of folk-rock pioneers Bnffalo Springfield; the bleary conglomeration of Crazy Horse and the monstrous success of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young; to the depths of the Tonight's the Night depravity and the Geffen years; and Young's unprecedented nineties 'comeback'.SHAKEY (the title refers to one of Young's many aliases) is also the compelling human story of a lonely kid for whom music was the only outlet, a driven yet tortured figure who controlled his epilepsy via 'mind over matter', an oddly passionate model train mogul who, inspired by his own son's struggle with cerebral palsy, became a major activist in the quest to help those with the condition.This long-awaited, unprecedented story of a rock 'n' roll legend is uniquely told through the interwoven voices of McDonough -biographer, critic, historian, obsessive fan -and the ever-cantankerous (but slyly funny) Young himself.

Author Biography

Jimmy McDonough is a journalist who has contributed to such publications as Variety, Film Comment, Mojo, Spin and Juggs. But he is perhaps best know for his intense, definitive Village Voice profiles of such artists as Jimmy Scott, Neil Young and Hubert Selby, Jr. He is also the author of The Ghastly One- The Sex-Gore Netherworld of Filmmaker Andy Milligan. He lives in the Pacific Northwest.
Release date NZ
February 6th, 2003
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
16
Imprint
Vintage
Pages
816
Dimensions
129x198x42
ISBN-13
9780099443582
Product ID
1688158

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