Held at the Tate gallery, London. Published by the Tate gallery. Exhibition catalogue, produced for his exhibition. Hand signed by the artist to title page. This copy is Hand Signed by Andy Goldsworthy on the half-title page. Published in by The Yorkshire Sculpture Park. A very good copy of a beautifully illustrated, Hand Signed book. No 22 of the artist's books in Dieter Schwarz' "Lawrence Weiner: Almost as new but very small mark on white card cover, internally as new.
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Published by the Fine Art Society. I don't know how many copies Daevid signed. I haven't seen another for sale. Beautifully illustrated throughout in full colour. All the basic details of this book are listed above. Stephen Lambe's excellent history of prog.
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Signed in bold black marker by the author, pages, x mm and illustrated throughout. Soft back exhibition catalogue.
Good A book that has been read, but is in good condition. If this is a hard cover, the dust jacket may be missing. Binding has minimal wear. The picture may not reflect the books condition or specific edition. By Dave Lee Signed on the title-page. Signed by Grayson Perry on the front half-title page-lower margin.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jun 20, Michael Lee Howard -Mayhew rated it really liked it. This book was decent it did not have anything too shocking or informative Suzie rated it really liked it Sep 24, Tia Cochran rated it really liked it Jun 05, Gabriel rated it really liked it Sep 15, Laura rated it really liked it Jul 14, Suzanne Caddell rated it really liked it May 26, It is completely obvious that the author thinks I normally get into books like this one.
It is completely obvious that the author thinks he is hilarious when in reality, he is not. Oh, and he likes to insult the United States a decent amount as well.
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Overall, just not funny. Some of these I'd heard years ago, some I'd never heard before. This would have been about half as many pages without all the mostly useless so-called "footnotes", which I eventually stopped reading and just stuck to the main text of the mostly not that "outrageous rumors, legends and raucous true? Aug 09, Veronica rated it it was ok Shelves: I did finish it, however, but only because I forced myself. I felt that the use of footnotes was sometimes enlightening and funny, but most often it felt forced and annoying.
And he kind of rambled. Nov 25, Beth Kostecki rated it liked it Shelves: This book is a quick read, written as short anecdotes, and I enjoy the author's style, which was worth an extra star. But overall it was disappointing, mainly because there was almost nothing new to be found. If you're a music fan you'll have heard most of these stories, and the ones you haven't involve such obscure artists that you won't care.
Feb 18, Pete rated it it was ok. Good concept, but pretty disappointing. I hadn't even heard of half of the pop stars he talks about. Makes no attempt at sourcing anything and openly admits that a lot of the stories are probably bogus. Jan 01, Jeannie rated it did not like it. Ugh, this was so boring. Don't know how or even why I bothered finishing it. Usually give up on a book when it doesn't capture my attention in the first couple of chapters. Guess I'm just a glutton for punishment. Aug 13, Marjanne rated it did not like it Recommends it for: This book is generally just a bunch of hearsay with supposedly 'witty' comments thrown in from the author at footnotes.
Most of the stories are just gross. You won't find any useful information in these pages. Pretty much a waste of time, though thankfully a short waste of time. Aug 28, Melody rated it liked it Recommends it for: Hilarious, if only for the footnotes. It's a pack of unsubstantiated rumours about rock stars. Most of said rumours involve one or another icky body fluid. Or vats of drugs. I laughed my way through it, even the gross parts. Not for the seeker of truth nor the easily offended.
Feb 21, Nocheevo rated it did not like it Shelves: As the title says its largely rumours, some well known, some new. Written in a style that must have appeared funnier during the chats with the editor. The Humorous verbose footnights scraped in at being funny about half the time.
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Sep 07, Louise rated it it was ok. Entertaining at times but largely dull, there's nothing really new there and it's not as funny as it wishes to be. Jan 23, Maggie rated it liked it. Lots of tell all, rumors from the rock and roll world.
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Warning - there are some really gross, potentially life changing stories in here. I will never use a hotel hair dryer again. Jul 22, Eileen added it. Iffy stores about barely recognizable bands -- do not recommend. Jun 20, Michael Lee Howard -Mayhew rated it really liked it. This book was decent it did not have anything too shocking or informative Dec 20, Ann rated it liked it Shelves: Oct 16, Liz Novak rated it did not like it.
Apr 23, Jak rated it it was ok.