Billion Dollar Baby Kindle ↠ Billion Dollar ePUB

Billion Dollar Baby Kindle ↠ Billion Dollar ePUB


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  • Paperback
  • 339 pages
  • Billion Dollar Baby
  • Bob Greene
  • English
  • 15 November 2017
  • 0451067134

About the Author: Bob Greene

Robert Bernard Greene, Jr who writes as Bob Greene, is a journalist Librarian Note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread forinformation.



10 thoughts on “Billion Dollar Baby

  1. Bob Bob says:

    Usually, these celebrity bios are one of 2 things A whitewash to sanitize a debauched reality, or a tell all expose to reveal the creep pervert beneath the PR image Here is the exception It s a funny, breezy eavesdrop on tour w AC What s revealed is that Alice IS the nice guy he purports not to be Jaw droppingly normal, almost dull You either get to like Alice , if you were previously afraid of him, or become disappointed that he is not actually a serial killer Just fun.

  2. Mike MacConnell Mike MacConnell says:

    Another look at life on the road, this time with Alice Cooper It s interesting in the fact that Cooper himself like most musicians is nothing like his vicious onstage character A must read for musicians who wanna know what to expect in the life of a true rock star Another look at life on the road, this time with Alice Cooper It s interesting in the fact that Cooper himself like most musicians is nothing like his vicious onstage character A must read for musicians who wanna know what to expect in the life of a true rock star

  3. Steven Steven says:

    A minor classic of the backstage genre Chicago columnist Bob Greene was given the chance to travel with the original Alice Cooper band during its mid Seventies Christmas tour, during which he would come out on stage in a Santa Claus getup and get beaten up by the band members This was the decadent Seventies and the Cooper group was at the peak of its notoriety, but the strain of a decade of hard musical labor had strained the band to the breaking point Greene doesn t let anything get past him A minor classic of the backstage genre Chicago columnist Bob Greene was given the chance to travel with the original Alice Cooper band during its mid Seventies Christmas tour, during which he would come out on stage in a Santa Claus getup and get beaten up by the band members This was the decadent Seventies and the Cooper group was at the peak of its notoriety, but the strain of a decade of hard musical labor had strained the band to the breaking point Greene doesn t let anything get past him nobody who read this book when it was released in 1975 could have been surprised by the group s collapse and Cooper s solo career Along with Cooper himself, who was tired of the ghoulish image he d cultivated, Greene gives portraits of the other players, who turn out to be appealing guys in their own right The sole exception is the drug addled guitarist Glen Buxton, who had grown so unreliable that backup musicians were kept just out of sight to fill in his guitar parts Greene enjoys the music but he also shows the seaminess, petty behavior, and childish self indulgence of a big ticket rock band on the road There are some genuinely scary passages a lot of Cooper s fans didn t seem to get the idea that it was all an act but the most shocking chapter involves not kinky sex or drugs, but the plight of an unsightly would be groupie who comes backstage in hopes of finding some validation and ends up getting crushed by the road crew There s also a lacerating portrait of James Randi, who toured with the group as Alice s onstage executioner Randi has found himself a career as a professional skeptic, but I ve found it impossible to take him seriously because of this book And there s a hilarious scene in which Greene tries to record some backup vocals with the other band members and quickly learns the limits of his personal rock and roll fantasy

  4. Andrew J Andrew J says:

    Should be re released Seminal tome on the touring industry.

  5. Lisa Lisa says:

    99 of 120 books pledged to read in 2017

  6. Ken Heard Ken Heard says:

    In 1973, former Chicago Sun Times columnist Bob Greene toured with the Alice Cooper band and wrote about the group s Christmas season tour Bob even portrayed Santa Claus on stage during the shows, coming out at the end each night and waving to the crowd before band members pummeled him to death and then carried him off.It s a look at the glitz and glamour and the shock value of Cooper s act But, as Bob does in all his writing, he doesn t take sides and instead just reports what he sees with th In 1973, former Chicago Sun Times columnist Bob Greene toured with the Alice Cooper band and wrote about the group s Christmas season tour Bob even portrayed Santa Claus on stage during the shows, coming out at the end each night and waving to the crowd before band members pummeled him to death and then carried him off.It s a look at the glitz and glamour and the shock value of Cooper s act But, as Bob does in all his writing, he doesn t take sides and instead just reports what he sees with the depth of observation that he is known for It s early Bob Greene, but it is brilliant stuff In one section, he examines the feeling the performers have on stage compared to the sense of loss when the show is over he even reflects on his own feelings about performing He also delves into Vincent Furnier s the band leader s real name depression at times and how his act wears on him.Bob also looks at the other members of the group, and even inspects the roadies, fans, promoters and parents who are involved with the show Compared to today s shows, the Alice Cooper band may seem tame, but it was ground breaking stuff four decades ago and was a pioneer into rock and roll shows becomingacts than just music I mean, a guillotine scene Chopping a baby doll up Caressing mannequin legs and arms and crooning about loving the dead This is a hard to find book Most list for hundreds of dollars I ve been a huge Bob Greene fan forthan 25 years, but never read this book before My fiancee found me a paperback copy for a reasonable price for my birthday last month I think this relationship is going to work with her

  7. Schreck Schreck says:

    When I was a kid and teenager there was nothingthat I wanted to be than a rock star and not just any rock starI wanted to be Alice Cooper With Bob Greene s fabulous tale of life in the studio and on the road I got to experience the highs and lows of being the world s most notorious band This is the story of being a musician you don t really see Sure, it has the antics, glamour and glitz, but it also has the boredom and the physical and mental toll that the profession requires.I have When I was a kid and teenager there was nothingthat I wanted to be than a rock star and not just any rock starI wanted to be Alice Cooper With Bob Greene s fabulous tale of life in the studio and on the road I got to experience the highs and lows of being the world s most notorious band This is the story of being a musician you don t really see Sure, it has the antics, glamour and glitz, but it also has the boredom and the physical and mental toll that the profession requires.I have read this book multiple times and every time I get immense pleasure from its story It is easily my favorite non fiction book and the scene towards the beginning where Mr Greene witnesses the Alice Cooper spectacle first hand always tickles my fancy

  8. David Webb David Webb says:

    Bob Greene thought he was joining Alice Cooper for the follow up to the most successful concert tour in the history popular music the Billion Dollar Babies tour what he got was a front row seat for the unraveling of the most dangerous band in the world Full of shock value punch, irony, and oxymoron.

  9. Stephen H. Stephen H. says:

    A fantastic read Put you right there in the studio and on the stage with one of the world s biggest bands at the time Even if the band now swear they put on an act for Bob Greene, the whole book just oozes Rock n Roll.

  10. Steven Spoelstra Steven Spoelstra says:

    A great book about life on the road with Alice Cooper in the 70s A great little gem Not sure if its still in print.

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