Come As You Are: The Story of Nirvana
Crown, 23. sij 2013. - Broj stranica: 336
“Amazingly raw and candid . . . Come As You Are is as good as rock bios get” —Billboard
Nirvana came out of nowhere in 1991 to sell nearly five million copies of their landmark album Nevermind, whose thunderous sound and indelible melodies embodied all the confusion, frustration, and passion of the emerging Generation X.
Come As You Are is the close-up, intimate story of Nirvana—the only book with exclusive in-depth interviews with bandmembers Kurt Cobain, Krist Noveselic, and Dave Grohl, as well as friends, relatives, former bandmembers, and associates—now updated to include a final chapter detailing the last year of Kurt Cobain's life, before his tragic suicide in April 1994.
At the end of the set , Kurt , Chris , and Dave Grohl disappear behind the drum riser and pass around a cigarette as they discuss what songs to play , then return for a seven - song , half - hour encore climaxing with “ Endless ...
And any hint of passivity was blown away by the awesome force of the music ( particularly Dave Grohl's explosive drumming ) and the undeniable craft of the songwriting . This was passionate music that didn't pretend .
Dave told his side of the story at the Laundry Room , the modest Seattle recording studio he co - owns with his old friend and drum tech Barrett Jones . Sitting on the floor amid instruments , amps , and cables , he wore a K Records ...
One night , Courtney quietly strums an acoustic guitar into a boom box in the living room upstairs while down in the garage next to their used Volvo , Kurt bangs on a dilapidated drum set left over from some long - forgotten tour .
His aunt Mary gave him a bass drum when he was seven . Kurt would strap it on and walk around the neighborhood wearing a hunting hat and his dad's tennis shoes , beating the drum and singing Beatles songs like " Hey Jude ” and ...
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While imarguably incomplete, this is still the best book anyone has yet written about Nirvana or Kurt Cobain. Azerrad has a clear love for the band and its members, yet still manages to be critical of their work and fame. Worth reading. Pročitajte cijelu recenziju
Thats My Brother Chris He Listens to Punk Rock
These Guys Were from Aberdeen
Everythings Gettin All Radical
These Guys Are Going to Be Bigger Than the Beatles
Are You Hungry? Yes
Verse Chorus Verse Chorus Solo Bad Solo
A Crossformat Phenomenon
11 Slamdancing with Mr Brownstone
All We Did Was Cry
13 Three Nice Decent Cleancut Young Men
Its Anger Its Death and Absolute Total Bliss
Things That Piss Me Off
15 The Grownups Dont Like It
8 5 It Felt as if We Couldnt Be Stopped
It Is Now Time to Make It Unclear
Nirvana U S Discography