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this we fought over that But this book would have been a much better read with a diligent we fought over that But this book would have been a much better read with a diligent staff Sometimes self indulgent but ultimately charming growing up and becoming almost famous memoir by the other half of the legendary band Televisions s 2 guitar sound Speaking of the other half Tom Verlaine doesn t come across all that well in Lloyd s recollections Richard Lloyd is an unusual guy Sex Drugs Rock n Roll with a side of Racial Theories In Context pretentiousness The good news is that this book did NOT have a ghost writer The bad news is that it didn t appear to have an editor either The chapters are between 2 and 8ages The stories all had the otential to be interesting and NONE of them were Everything was cut off before anything interesting was said or incoherent If you want to know about Television or Richard Lloyd s solo work this is robably not the book to read If you want to know about his drug Mr Lloyd is an interesting Cigarette Kisses person who has led a fascinating life I believe Unfortunately a largeortion of his life is left out of the book For instance he mentions that he s a hypnotist however he doesn t discuss how he got into it or when he s erformed it There are outrageous stories however I m sure there s And I wanted there to be. Ything is Combustible is a must have for any fan of Television and the heyday of the New York rock music scene It fills a void in the written record as the first complete account of the band including the making of their records and touring from a founding member of the band Considered a foundational band of alternative rock Television’s debut record Maruee Moon is widely viewed by critics and musicians as one of the greatest albums ever recorded As one half of Television’s uniue guitar sound and a legendary solo artist in his own right Richard Lloyd’s music has influenced a range of bands and artists from U2 Johnny Marr and Joy Division to REM Sonic Youth Wilco and John Frusciante. .
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RUNNING THE GAMUT FROM DRY the gamut from dry to charming to caddish and everything in between it s certainly a wonderful read but lloyd tone gets a little wearisome after a time best consumed in small chunks it s an entertaining bedside tome that i most enjoyed here and there rather than when tackled as a lengthy narrativegiven the book s tendency to skip around in time although mostly linear there s areally no need to approach in one fell swoop airing it with something a little less out there tempers lloyd s sense of himself This was a uick read and mostly interesting trip through Richard Lloyd s career I ve always been a Television fan but this was the first book I ve read that delved deeply into their whole career Obviously this only represents one side of the story but I think Lloyd did a retty good job without completely bashing his former bandmates though Verlaine was in for a few knocks I also liked reading his struggles and discoveries through addiction mental health issues and meditation even when his stuff got a little crazy only retending to be a baby after birth Still a fun little read For fans of music music history and the up and down adventures of a true rock and roll vagabond Lloyd has stories that are unbeliev. Legendary Rock and Roll guitarist Founding member of Television Masterful storyteller Written in Lloyd's inimitable freuently humorous style Everything is Combustible chronicles through vignettes Lloyd's colorful early life starting in Pittsburgh and soon moving to New York City and then details his teenage travels and encounters with music legends including Jimi Hendrix Led Zeppelin John Lee Hooker Buddy Guy and Keith Moon Lloyd recounts the founding of Television the band's rise alongside other bands and ersonalities in the 1970’s New York Music scene and the legend making of the unparalleled music venue CBGB As the rock ‘n’ roll tales unfold he accompanies them with Able and hilarious I listened
to the audio book that he narrated himself He is rather full of himself at the audio book that he narrated himself He is rather full of himself at but I guess that s ok since it is HIS story No es la gran novela americana de hecho ni siuiera es una novela Never Sweeter pero vale lo suyo como colecci n de an cdotas locas muchas delirantes y otras tristemente lacerantesHace a os le Punk rock blitzkrieg las memorias de Marky Ramone as ueara completar la trilog a del CBGB solo me falta ue alguna editorial se digne a ublicar Face it Debbie Harry 2019 Lloyd is an oddball which makes a lot of this book a great read as he talks about the dichotomy between himself and various eople in his life including the members of Television John Doe and Matthew Sweet He also speaks candidly about being bipolar and the effect mental illness coupled with alcoholism and addiction reeked on his lifeThat said the book is also odd in weird uncomfortable ways He speaks about his many sexual exploits almost like a trophy hunter or as if we re in a locker room he is uick to resent only his side of the story and his fascination with variants of yoga meditation and spiritualism sometimes makes the book read like a amphlet on a lifestyle that seems extravagant and forceful I do appreciate this wasn t just another tour diary of we we. Nsights into his approach to music and the electric guitar Lloyd’s mid career vignettes detail his solo years including the backstory of critically Steam Heat praised records such as Alchemy and Field of Fire his drug addiction and recovery his 90s era work and touring adventures with artists such as Matthew Sweet John Doe and Robert uine Throughout the book is an undercurrent Lloyd’s continually evolving spiritualhilosophical approach to life emerging from the conscious digestion of the highs and the lows both ends of the same stick In Everything is Combustible Richard Lloyd relates his life both inner and outer in the narrative style digging beneath the events and revealing their meanings Ever.
Everything Is Combustible (E–pub)
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