There Goes Gravity

There Goes Gravity

A Life in Rock and Roll

Book - 2013
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Lisa Robinson has interviewed everyone from John Lennon to Bono to Patti Smith, Eminem to Lady Gaga to Jay-Z and Kanye West. She's talked nail polish with a 12-year-old Michael Jackson, hosted The Clash at Studio 54, and introduced Lou Reed to David Bowie over filet mignon in a Manhattan restaurant. She helped Elvis Costello and The Clash get their record deals and was there for the punk scene at CBGBs. She was on a private plane with the Rolling Stones during a storm and with Led Zepplin when their manager pulled out a gun. The story of rock and roll from the last 40 years.
Publisher: New York : Riverhead Books, 2013
ISBN: 9781594487149
Branch Call Number: 781.66 ROB
Characteristics: 361 pages

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Conrad1Dad
Dec 01, 2015

The subject matter is very interesting to fans of classic Rock. I've read her work in Vanity Fair for years, and guess I never noticed: I'm surprised at how choppy her writing style is in the book. But it is a fun read.

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CRAIGEEJ
Jan 17, 2015

Really dug it she has the insights on the life and the depravity of some of our greatest rock stars and what it was like in the early years.

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sousou9
Jun 21, 2014

Loved it! If you grew up on rock and roll you will too!

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