"The author evokes LA and its club circuit with breathtaking clarity."--"Classic Rock"Michael Stuart-Ware, drummer on classic late '60s Love albums "Da Capo" and "Forever Changes," shares his inside perspective on the band's recording and performing career, telling how money wrangles, drugs, and egos thwarted the potential of one of the great rock ensembles of the burgeoning psychedelic era. He also vividly portrays Love's life away from the stage: hanging out in Laurel Canyon, drinking, smoking grass, chasing girls, and shooting the breeze with his fellow band members back in the summer of love.
Number Of Pages: 216
Available: 11th November 2014