!!> Reading ➳ Nirvana ➬ Author Everett True – Shiningweb.info

Nirvana As The Assistant Editor Of Melody Maker, Everett True Was The First Journalist To Cover The Seattle Music Scene In Early 1989 And Interview Nirvana He Is Responsible For Bringing Hole, Pavement, Soundgarden, And A Host Of Other Bands To International Attention He Introduced Kurt Cobain To Courtney Love, Performed On Stage With Nirvana On Numerous Occasions, And Famously Pushed Kurt Onto The Stage Of The Reading Festival In 1992 In A Wheelchair Nirvana The Biography Is An Honest, Moving, Incisive, And Heartfelt Re Evaluation Of A Band That Has Been Misrepresented Time And Time Again Since Its Tragic Demise In April 1994 Following Kurt Cobain S Suicide True Captures What The Band Was Really Like He Also Discusses The Music Scene Of The Time The Fellow Bands, The Scenes, The Seminars, The Countless Live Dates, The Friends And Allies And Drug Dealers Drawn From Hundreds Of Original Interviews, Nirvana The Biography Is The Final Word On Nirvana, Cobain, And Seattle Grunge. Like the name implies this is a story of a band To get inside the man, read Heavier Than Heaven A Biography of Kurt Cobain.I recently read both of these books back to back because these are the two books out of three that are most commonly described as accurate the third one being Come As You Are Since Azerrad s book was not available in my local libraries at the moment, and having already seen the documentary Kurt Cobain About a Son which featured Azerrad s audio interviews that wer Like the name implies this is a story of a band To get inside the man, read Heavier Than Heaven A Biography of Kurt Cobain.I recently read both of these books back to back because these are the two books out of three that are most commonly described as accurate the third one being Come As You Are Since Azerrad s book was not available in my local libraries at the moment, and having already seen the documentary Kurt Cobain About a Son which featured Azerrad s audio interviews that were used as a material for the book, I figured I m not missing out on much one way or the other.I pretty much just wanted to know for once and for all why this funny, lovable guy ended Just from the title Nirvana The True Story geddit I should have known this is another self promotional exercise a la Nick Kent, in which the writer attempts to convince us that he s as important as his ostensible subjects His justification He knew Courtney Love, drove around in the van a few times with Nirvana, even got up and sang with them on occasion All well and good, and the fact that he was a Beat Happening fan from way back is great too, because fucking everett true don t waste your time on this shit everett is wayentranced by his own imagined celebrity than anything else this book was outrageously long over 500 pages, it was published on that irritatingly thick paper that weighs like three times than normal paper, so the books weighed like ten pounds ten fucking pounds of everett true bragging about being friends with kurt cobain no one gives a fuck, dude read this is you are an obsessive nirvana fan, maybe, or i fucking everett true don t waste your time on this shit everett is wayentranced by his own imagined celebrity than anything else this book was outrageously long over 500 pages, it was published on that irr All right, i m a huge fan of Nirvana, and I do enjoy picking up books that have to do with music The downside is they usually fail me, unless they are written properly.This book is MASSIVE, in my opinion, a Nirvana book does not have to be 500 pages They had a short lived career Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic went on to prusue other careers in music, and Kurt Cobain died of a self inflicted gunshot wound to the head I mean, we don t need another biography on Nirvana 1989 1994, FIVE YEARS All right, i m a huge fan of Nirvana, and I do enjoy picking up books that have to do with music The downside is

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