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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Foreword by Neil Peart. Talent, energy, dedication, discipline, passion, innovation, education, drive, mind, body, spirit, vision, honor, truth, and drums make the man: Kenny Aronoff. Voted by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the greatest drummers of all time, Aronoff is arguably the most sought-after recording and touring beat master ever. Ignited by the Beatles' appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in , Aronoff's passion for drumming fervently grew and carried him from the kit in his childhood living room in the Berkshires to Bernstein at Tanglewood to Mellencamp, Etheridge, Fogerty, Smashing Pumpkins, the Rolling Stones, the Beatles his heroes and beyond.

A young boy who idolized Ringo Starr from the East Coast ends up in the heart of the United States, Indiana, and becomes one of the most famous, versatile drummers of all time. What made me teary eyed was when he was granted his childhood wish to play with Ringo Starr.

He is so versatile that he has played rock, country, jazz and symphony. He is an unbelievable and rare artist and from what I read a very kind and giving man. Neil Peart in the Forward said it best: "Hold on to that thought for when you get to John Mellencamp's acid comment about Kenny and his "ambition.

As Dizzy Dean said, "It ain't braggin' if you can back it up. Kenny Aronoff can back it up. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. Absolute amazing book from my big drum hero, only complaint I can find is that there should be pages more to read, what a great life this guy have had and still have, but I really hope he will slow down a bit, because his day can't contain only 24 hours, there must be at least 48 hours.

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While it's not likely to win any literary awards, this book provides a solid, by-the-numbers biography. Kenny writes competently so it's an easy read.

Throughout the book there are comments from other people who figured into his life at the time, providing a nice alternate perspective on the situation or period being discussed.

Where the book falls down is in its struggle to be relatable for non-drummers, or even non-musicians. There are a few places where he digs into some of the details of life as a pro drummer, but he glosses over a lot of that. It feels like he's trying to minimize the music geekspeak, which I think is a mistake - I have to believe that the vast majority of people buying this book are fellow drummers, and we'd love to hear more details about some of the technical parts of the business.

As an example, Kenny is one of very few people making a solid living, and achieving some notoriety, purely as a drummer without singing or writing songsso his perspective on the business of being a pro drummer would be invaluable.

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However, there's almost none of that included. He also glosses over most of the personal stuff, spending very little time talking about family and the personal challenges of being perpetually on the road.

I get that some of that is tough to write about, and certainly not pleasant, but it's a very real part of life for many musicians so downplaying feels a bit like whitewashing.

Those comments aside, I would still recommend buying this book, if for no other reason than to encourage more publishers to print books by drummers! I decided to download his memoir on January 20,the day we Americans switched presidents. I now feel a boost of energy, and a clear path on how to stay focused on my own dream, and how to get to my goal faster. Something clicked. For example, Kenny worked many years for John Mellencamp.

The largest record companies are headquartered in these cities, and recording studios, personal managers, booking agencies, music publishers, advertising agencies, film studios, television networks are also for the most part in these towns.

So it makes sense, if you want to be successful as a musician to also position yourself in one of these cities. John Mellencamp recognized early on his strength was being a boy from Indiana, deep in the Midwest. Is there any better way in staying authentic to your roots, then if you operate your business operation out of the area of the people you write your songs about, in this case Indiana?

This way John was able to hear, feel, see and breathe the same air as did the people he wrote his songs about. The adorable laid back small university town, where I lived for the first 9 years of my life.

An amazing book written by an amazing musician. He's been my favorite drummer since I was a kid listening to John Mellencamp records.

I've seen him in concert several times with Mellencamp, Melissa Etheridge, John Fogerty - you can't believe his energy, showmanship and talent. I've always been interested in how he got to where he is now and he openly shares his life story in this incredible book. The pages just flow by with ease - it's like Kenny is in your living room talking to you directly.

I've never been a huge reader but it was easy to read the more than pages within week. Kenny Aronoff is a rock icon.

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What I liked most about this book was Kenny's message - work hard, be passionate, and constantly educate yourself. Buy this book - you'll love it. This book is really split in it's purpose. While a good read, it's on one hand a diary of stars played with and for, and on the other, for me a much more interesting insight into the inner workings and relationships of the Mellencamp band that Kenny spent over a decade in. Kenny's side of interactions with John Mellencamp and also John's separate retorts are fascinating and show what being in a band is truly like and how hard sustained success needs to be grafted in the music business.

Kenny's humility in parts is outshone by his energy and passion which leaves the book going Mph with only chronology as it's guide. It mirrors his life as a band member, then as a hired gun. The meat of conflict and development is there in the band, but the hired gun stuff becomes fatiguing with only surface relationships.

I really like the honest but not always flattering quotes from family and peers throughout.

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Bought after Kenny's appearance on Drummer's Resource Podcast which is fascinating. Load more international reviews. The content of the book is really good quality, really interesting.

Unfortunatelly in this edition which is the first one there are some missing pages. I bought the firts copy by the end of december and unaware of the problem I start reading the book and when I get to the John Fogerty chapter a realized it. It was already to late to get an other copy for free so I bought it again; the book showed the same problem, not happy I sent back the new copy asking to receive a new one instead.

I'm really interest into this book but I think this edition, so all the copys that you got stock are flawed. I'm sure I'm not the only one to have notice it. Sincerely GMU. Watch a video of Bob Dylan playing song Most of the Time in some hazy storehouse. One of the best videos of all time and the best video of all time for an aging rocknroll star everywhere anytime.

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And the drummer is It was great to get the background story on a lot of the Mellencamp hits of the 80s. And Aronoff was there driving the band. Different cat for sure but an engaging read. He was a newer version of Hal Blaine.

Kenny lets it all hang out here with this interesting look back on a truly driven musician and what it takes to survive the rock and roll landscape. Kenny Aronoff ha dimostrato come si possa fare qualsiasi cosa si desideri nella vita con il lavoro, la disciplina e l'arte di saper cogliere e sfruttare i venti a favore.

Grande libro, per tutti i musicisti. Translate review to English. I couldn't put it down. I've been a fan of Kenny's for over 20 years so I was very excited when this book came out! It did not disappoint! I couldn't put it down! Cheers Kenny! I got everything I wanted - except some mention of how Kenny fits in work out time in between all his sessions. If it is possible - I respect Kenny even more after reading this book! I have not sought a refund yet, but intend to do so.

I would still recommend buying the book, but maybe give the publisher a call first to see if they fixed the problem. I ordered this in the fall ofso maybe they have addressed the issue by now. As a musician and a lover of drums, Mr.

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Aronoff has given this reader a rare window on how much discipline and motivation it takes to literally master this incredible instrument. This is a true musical history which starts in the womb where Kenny heard his twin brother Jonathan's heartbeat. It left an imprint. His relationship with his family is a loving one. They provided him with a platform and encouraged him to play. In truth, they could not get him to stop.

He learned by sheer determination. It was when he first saw Ringo Starr that he knew the sounds of rhythm would be his calling. While reading I was fascinated by how he believed a band should be formed like a team. Like his family.

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Good drummers are very hard to find. When he first auditioned for John Cougar Mellencamp.

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However, Mellencamp did not think he was the right drummer for the band. He soon found out otherwise. He played on John's best recordings while he and bassist Toby Myers played amazingly together. A brilliant team. When he left the Mellencamp band he soon got calls from everyone. In my opinion, the more simplistic Mellencamp a tune is, the harder it is to play. Especially, to keep the sound and beat in the pocket.

Kenny, I could say is the Mozart of drum playing. He can play anything. As a student at UMass he played classical percussion and of course tympani's. While playing with an orchestra it is valuable to count out the rhythm with precision. Kenny's big mistake was that he came in at the wrong time which left him humbled and embarrassed in front of his peers.

A lesson learned but a valuable one. He later went to Indiana University, Bloomington and the rest is musical history.

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I will not tell you everyone he has played with because you wannabe drummers or lovers of other instruments need to read this. Not only is he a highly disciplined player, like above he is a humble one. If you are into sleazy autobiographies on rock stars this is not for you. Kenny is a musician's musician. And he has shown it by giving lessons to students while recording with Mellencamp and being creative with his art.

I was also fascinated how much he loved Bloomington. And how he described it. A young boy who idolized Ringo Starr from the East Coast ends up in the heart of the United States, Indiana, and becomes one of the most famous, versatile drummers of all time. What made me teary eyed was when he was granted his childhood wish to play with Ringo Starr.

He is so versatile that he has played rock, country, jazz and symphony. He is an unbelievable and rare artist and from what I read a very kind and giving man. Neil Peart in the Forward said it best: "Hold on to that thought for when you get to John Mellencamp's acid comment about Kenny and his "ambition.

As Dizzy Dean said, "It ain't braggin' if you can back it up. Kenny Aronoff can back it up. See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English.

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Absolute amazing book from my big drum hero, only complaint I can find is that there should be pages more to read, what a great life this guy have had and still have, but I really hope he will slow down a bit, because his day can't contain only 24 hours, there must be at least 48 hours. Kenny you are the best and will always be, I'd wish I could give it 10 stars.

Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. While it's not likely to win any literary awards, this book provides a solid, by-the-numbers biography. Kenny writes competently so it's an easy read.

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Throughout the book there are comments from other people who figured into his life at the time, providing a nice alternate perspective on the situation or period being discussed. Where the book falls down is in its struggle to be relatable for non-drummers, or even non-musicians. There are a few places where he digs into some of the details of life as a pro drummer, but he glosses over a lot of that.

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It feels like he's trying to minimize the music geekspeak, which I think is a mistake - I have to believe that the vast majority of people buying this book are fellow drummers, and we'd love to hear more details about some of the technical parts of the business.

As an example, Kenny is one of very few people making a solid living, and achieving some notoriety, purely as a drummer without singing or writing songsso his perspective on the business of being a pro drummer would be invaluable.

However, there's almost none of that included.

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He also glosses over most of the personal stuff, spending very little time talking about family and the personal challenges of being perpetually on the road. I get that some of that is tough to write about, and certainly not pleasant, but it's a very real part of life for many musicians so downplaying feels a bit like whitewashing.

Those comments aside, I would still recommend buying this book, if for no other reason than to encourage more publishers to print books by drummers! I decided to download his memoir on January 20,the day we Americans switched presidents. I now feel a boost of energy, and a clear path on how to stay focused on my own dream, and how to get to my goal faster. Something clicked. For example, Kenny worked many years for John Mellencamp.

The largest record companies are headquartered in these cities, and recording studios, personal managers, booking agencies, music publishers, advertising agencies, film studios, television networks are also for the most part in these towns. So it makes sense, if you want to be successful as a musician to also position yourself in one of these cities.

John Mellencamp recognized early on his strength was being a boy from Indiana, deep in the Midwest. Is there any better way in staying authentic to your roots, then if you operate your business operation out of the area of the people you write your songs about, in this case Indiana? This way John was able to hear, feel, see and breathe the same air as did the people he wrote his songs about. The adorable laid back small university town, where I lived for the first 9 years of my life.

An amazing book written by an amazing musician. He's been my favorite drummer since I was a kid listening to John Mellencamp records. I've seen him in concert several times with Mellencamp, Melissa Etheridge, John Fogerty - you can't believe his energy, showmanship and talent.

I've always been interested in how he got to where he is now and he openly shares his life story in this incredible book. The pages just flow by with ease - it's like Kenny is in your living room talking to you directly. I've never been a huge reader but it was easy to read the more than pages within week. Kenny Aronoff is a rock icon. This past summer I saw Vanilla Fudge they were great at an outdoor concert. They were selling gear afterwards so I went and bought a drum head with a cool picture on it and the band all signed it.

Carmine had copies of his book and asked if I was going to buy one. I told him I already bought it and read it. He asked how it was and I said great. He asked my wife if she read it and she said no. He smiled and said it was x-rated! The girl on the drum head was topless so he said "I'm going to sign her breasts", although he didn't say breasts.

He's the total rock star, it's great! I not sure if he believed I bought the book because he asked where I got it when we were walking away and I told him Amazon Kindle and it looked like he was thinking about the answer, maybe that part was new to him. Also, Mark Stein was signing his book as well. He convinced me to buy it I actually thought the drum head was more money, but the price I was looking at was for a package of items, so I was happy to have more money on hand anyway.

I was talking to a friend of mine while my wife was still talking to Mark Stein and when she came over she said "ewww, he kissed me good-bye on the lips".

I know he checked her out when we were talking to Carmine she's a looker, but personality-wise she's Mary Poppins. I said "they're rock stars, what are you gonna do". My friend said "she'll be in the next book" which I thought was funny. Anyway, enough about me, if you like Carmine Appice, drumming, tales from the road, tales about family life because Carmine was close with his family and they played a big part in his life, as well as the great relationship he has with his wifeand a great history of his time in rock and roll, then get this book!

One person found this helpful. When I was a teenager Carmine Appice taught me how to play in odd time signatures at a clinic he put on at the local drum store. I has high hopes for this book.

The man has seen and done as much, often more in this lifetime than virtually any of his peers and he is still kicking sticking? He always seems to have projects going and having recently seen him with Vanilla Fudge; his chops and wit are fully intact. A true rock and roll hero. This book can be hard to read sometimes. That is because in it isn't politically correct. That's ok because it's a history, a biography of one musician, his time, environment and culture.

The book really held my attention and I found it very interesting and extremely entertaining! You don't have to be a drummer to enjoy this book. Carmine has played with a lot of cats. Great stories.

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See all reviews from the United States. Top international reviews. Great stuff - probably the biggest compliment you can give of someone's biography is that it sounds as though theirs was a life well lived - certainly the case in this instance. Appice lived through the golden age of rock music, through times of superstars, stretch limos and arena shows, the like of which we will probably never see again, and has been there, done that, and sold the t-shirt.

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You certainly don't have to be a drummer to enjoy this as it's awash with tales of shenanigans and misbehaviour, some of which verges on Motley Crue levels of messiness. As an older and wiser soul now, Appice looks back on some of these deeds with an eye that many of his recreational choices back in the day weren't the smartest, but what the hell, he had the world at his feet and probably would have done the same again.

If you're a fan - essential, if you're vaguely familiar with the man, highly worth a look, or if you just want tales of rock excess, you will find them all here. Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. Vinnys Big Bro. A true Leg End ;- Studs.

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Excellent autobiography it actually made feel that I was there!! If anything I could of read more and more. Carmine Appice is a great rock drummer, and has had an influential career.

He's a lucky guy, who has made the most of his luck as well. All the best to him. The book could have been so much better. If he had spent as much time talking about the music and detail about the sessions, and the creative processes and personalities he's met and been close to, as the thousands of groupies he shagged, we'd all be the better for it.

Don't get me wrong, I'm more than happy to read the seamy road encounters, and the personal account of the mud shark story was really well told in all it's awfulness.

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