- Fri, 2012-10-19 10:11
With forty years of music and songwriting to his name, thirty-four studio albums, two entries into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a solo artist in 1995 and as a member of Buffalo Springfield in 1997) and an enduring fascination and drive to explore his musical creativity, 66 year old Neil Young now presents his memoir; Waging Heavy Peace.
A highly personal and typically charismatic exploration of his life in music, the book includes some 50 photographs, including those from his family collection, many previously unseen.
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"What I really love about the book: There's no barrier between the reader and you. I started reading it and I felt it... sometimes it seems like it's after hours, late at night, and you're in your teepee talking by the fire." Patti Smith
"Over the course of its 500 pages, Waging Heavy Peace is variously wildjly idiosyncratic, unpredictable, bafflligly digressive, wryly funny, deeply moving, painfully honest…infuriatingly elusive and shot through with moments of rare insight and beauty, which you might say makes it the perfect literary counterpart to the 50-year career it describes." Guardian
Waging Heavy Peace is out now, on Viking Hardback priced £25