Anna Sazhina Sazhina itibaren Harinathpur, Bangladeş
Kitap kulübümüzde okuyorduk. İlk başta kitaptan gerçekten keyif aldım ama karanlık ve iç karartıcı hissetmeye başladı. Dünya görüşü benim dünya görüşümle dalga geçmedi. Kitap kulübünde bitirmedik. Belki bir gün tekrar alırım.
Being a huge fan, I've always had a hard time perceiving what the general public thinks of Tom Petty, but I get the impression people see him as some sort of Bob Dylan-imitating, pot-smoking, long hair-sporting, no nukes-advocating folk rocker. Other than the hair and the advocacy, I've always found this impression pretty far off -- and in this book of straight Q & A, Petty's Type A personality shines right through. Readers interested in the musical process will enjoy scrupulous detail about the instruments and recording techniques used; for those who enjoy the more personal side of the songwriting process, Petty's description of the Traveling Wilburys' collaboration will wow. A confidentiality clause in Petty's divorce agreement with Jane Benyo, his wife of 22 years, keeps the musician from getting into a fair share of the personal, but this book -- a songwriter speaking about the music he has loved (he's almost encyclopedic) and the music he's created (he's always humble) -- is a refreshing rock bio read.