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The all American band and their entire dirty laundry! It is amazing that any of them are still around. The book is from but it is a wonderful story of excess. This book has everything from the multiple marriges and mistresses, to Dennis Wilson welcoming and then regretting inviting Charles Manson and "familly" to live in is house. Brian Wilson the music genious who is also completely damaged, The massive drug and alcohol abuse by everyone, and the extremely poor financial decisions that everyone in the band continued to make. This is a fantastic book. Here at Walmart.
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Thank you! The nightmare side of fame. The Beach Boys wrote and sang about the California surf, blond women and fast ears. Their records sold in the millions, their concerts were cheered throughout the world, their philosophy embraced by generations. On the surface, the boys from Hawthorne, California, lived the golden life they sang about. But, as Gaines outlines in this mesmerizing account, they also lived a drug-clouded nightmare. Brian Wilson, a magical songwriter, the man behind the surfing sound and ""Good Vibrations,"" ""Sail on Sailor,"" "","" hid in his room for years, living off junk food and cocaine.
The all American band and their entire dirty laundry! It is amazing that any of them are still around. The book is from but it is a wonderful story of excess. I am also convinced there is a I grew up listening to the Beach Boys; their music always represented fun and sun to me. Unfortunately, the "true story" is much bleaker. This biography centers around the Wilson boys, their drug
Heroes And Villains: The True Story Of The Beach Boys
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The men behind that music are complex, interesting, and imperfect. Author Gaines tells their story in Heroes and Villains. When his boys showed promise as musicians, Murry became an abusive Svengali who pushed his sons toward stardom, but also left them with a lifetime of psychological scars. If Brian was the brains behind the group, Dennis Wilson was its soul. Dennis was the only surfer in the band, and he embraced the rock star lifestyle. Gaines has little good to say about Love, whom he paints as a hot-tempered egotist and a spendthrift. The reader wants to know more about these guys.