Randy Bachman's Vinyl Tap Stories Hardcover – Sep 6 2011
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“[A] fruitful collection of anecdotes and behind-the-song illuminations…. The charisma of Bachman’s book isn’t in the details—though there’s plenty of that—it’s in his joy of the telling.” - The Globe and Mail
“A brisk and engaging read…. Part of Vinyl Tap's appeal (both the book and the radio show) is his ability to provide an insider’s view of the musician's life. You feel like you're hanging out with Bachman backstage or on a tour bus.” - Times-Colonist
“So clear-sighted, so packed with detail and so fresh, even wide-eyed in tone.” - Winnipeg Free Press
“[Bachman] is either friends, enemies, or former touring partners with pretty much anybody who ever made a record, in history, ever.” - Georgia Straight
About the Author
Randy Bachman has become a legendary figure in the rock ’n’ roll world through his talent as a guitarist, songwriter, performer, and producer. Best known for his work in the Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, he has earned more than 120 gold and platinum album/singles awards around the world for performing and producing. Randy Bachman’s Vinyl Tap Stories was a national bestseller.
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This book is not great literature, but it is personal, does tell some great stories and give some insight to the musical scene of the time, from a distinctly Canadian perspective. Many thanks Randy, "Rock On!"
I liked the book but I think he could have said more.
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I read both of the vinyl tap books and found them very infiPublished 27 days ago by wayne muggeridge
Very informative and an excellent read. Takes me back to my youth in the 60's in Winnipeg. Very enjoyable and entertaining.Published 21 months ago by Dana
The book is disjointed but fun to read. Randy regales us with brief and not-so-brief encounters with with numerous music personalities since the 1950s. Read morePublished 22 months ago by LM