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⇮ Early reader series ⩙ Kindle Ebook Author Brian Wilson ⫤ ⇮ Early reader series ⩙ Kindle Ebook Author Brian Wilson ⫤ Chicago Tribune, 10 11 16Wilson s book documents scattered memories and streamlines them into a series of impressions and anecdotesOffer s valuable if unsettling insights into the personal dynamics inside an American band.AXS, 10 13 16Wilson goes beach combing through the past, panning the sands of time for the socio psychological seashells that gave rise to Americas most successful singing groupand launched Wilsons lifetime bout with mental illnessHere Wilson recounts the good, the bad, the ugly, and the beautiful in the straightforward conversational tone of a mature, experienced man reclining in his Lay Z Boy, albeit tempered with his boyish enthusiasm and melancholy.Dallas Morning News, 10 14 16An unflinching portrait.New York Journal of Books, 10 11 16Immediate, informal, and confessionalBehind the wholesome image of shy boys and cute girls in a world of eternal sunshine, the Beach Boys inhabited a much darker reality Brian Wilson nails it in his latest memoir.The LA Beat, 10 13 16One of the most honest and forthcoming autobiographies ever written by a musicianAs you start to read, you really feel less an observer, and of a participant in Wilsons journeyIf you only read one book this year, it should be Brians book.Publishers Weekly, 9 12 16 A charming and powerfully written memoir that will engage a readership beyond the multitude of Beach Boys fansDespite his fame and success, Wilson comes off as a genuinely modest and gentle soulWilsons emotional authenticity is beguiling as he takes readers deeply into his mind, voices and all, to describe his unique manifestation of musical genius.No Depression, 9 16 16Wilson s memoir offers a sober glance at the spiritual and physical forces that haunt artists and that often drive them to produce the beautiful, sad, and relentlessly affecting music we often embraceWilson s memoir eventually grabs us at a deeper level than Love s If you re looking for fun, fun, fun, pick up Love, but if you re searching for a introspective, in my room, experience, pick Wilson.Canadian Living, 9 22 16In this tell almost all memoir, Brian Wilson candidly reflects on his struggles with family, substance abuse and mental illness and digs deep into the inspiration and meaning behind his music It s a must read for any fan of The Beach Boysor the 60s pop scene, in generalwith big name music icons of the era Phil Spector, Carole King, Paul McCartney featuring in many of the stories.Record Collector, Issue 459His recollections of the abuse he suffered at the hands of life coach Eugene Landy and his father are told with such blunt economy that they are quite crushing Wilsons equally candid and plainspoken about his workTheres a good deal of myth busting.Goldmine, November 2016Wilsons memoir is streaked with melancholyWilson fans will find it a compelling book.Huffington Post, 10 12 16Wilson takes you on a journey into the life of a creative genius, exploring his turbulent life and creative influences and how, regardless of his inner and outer demons, there is always hopeI Am Brian Wilson A Memoir isnt the kind of book you can read in a day Like a summer vacation, you want it to last foreverAs a memoir, honest and insightful But its very much a memoir of a musician From reading this book, youll gain a deeper appreciation for the man behind some of the worlds greatest hits and for music in general.Forbes.com, 10 11 16Wilson sets the record straightHis voice definitely comes throughIt is a wonderful insight into a troubled genius.Rolling Stone, 9 27 16ExcellentI Am Brian Wilson is soulful and earnestlike spending quality time with a gentle sage with an endearingly erratic attention spanWilson is heartbreakingly blunt about his mental breakdowns and suffering at the hands of his father He has startling insights into the music.Rob SheffieldTime magazine, 9 29 16Disarmingly personal.Minneapolis Star Tribune, 9 29 16When you read his new memoiryoull get an even deeper exploration into the mental illness and the rebound, the villains and heroes in his life.Wall Street Journal, 9 30 16As plain spoken as its title Here the bands presiding genius wanders over the terrain of his life as a son, father, husband and supremely gifted musicianTell s us much that we didnt knowSuggest s how we might best view the artistic lifeany life, really.Loud and Quiet, October 2016In I Am Brian Wilson, Wilson is unflinching in his rendering of the euphoric highs and chaotic lows that have made up the last seven decades His and the Beach Boys story has been told many times before and is one we may think we know already, but it has never before been voiced with the clarity, honesty and insight on offer here.A New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly Best Seller Vanity Fair, September 2016I Am Brian Wilson slipstreams through the past like a message in a bottleIt has moments of personal testimony that are poignant and indelible.New York Post, 8 11 161960s Beach Boy on mental illness, sorrow, drugs, destabilization, demons, turbulence and discord.Booklist, 9 1 16Music journalist Greenman helps keep this meandering memoir coherent and poignant.CNN.com, 8 24 16Plenty of authors have written about this Beach Boy and now he ll get his say.Rolling Stone, 9 8 16Wilson tells his own story his battles with his abusive father, the pressure to score hits in the Sixties, and his long struggle with mental illness.Billboard, 9 3 16Wilson delves into his battle with mental illness and how he created the band s pioneering sound.The Scotsman, 10 15 16As much about Wilsons reclusive existence in the 1970s and 80s as it is about the heyday of his bandThis is no misery memoir, howeverthe tone throughout is almost breezy difficult subjects are dealt with honestly, but never in such detail as to become uncomfortableI Am Brian Wilson succeeds in shedding new light on Wilsons remarkable life.Herald Scotland, 10 14 16This autobiography of one of the most creative minds in 20th century popular music is clearly worth the reading, but the fact that it turns out to be an eloquent witness for a 21st century approach to mental illness may ultimately be its greater value.St Louis Post Dispatch, 10 14 16 An essential read for Beach Boys fans.Foreword Reviews, 10 20 16With the release of his memoir, I Am Brian Wilson, those who love the music and wonder about the man are afforded access into his thoughts and insights In nonlinear and candid prose, Wilson discusses his music, yes, but also his battles with mental illness, his career highs and lows, and sprinkles these accounts with peeks into his fascinating worldview The work is empathetic and raw there is humility here, and ingenuity as well.Esquire.com, 10 11 16A fascinating peek into the life and creative process of one of the 20th Century s most lauded songwriters and record producers An intriguing glimpse into what makes one of rock s true legends tick.Parade.com, 10 10 16 Wilson bares his heart and soulHe recalls the many personal and professional highs and the plentiful painful lows of his life and career.Publishers Weekly, 10 10 16In I Am Brian Wilson A Memoir, the founder of the Beach Boys speaks candidly about his musical inspirations and mental illnessA wonderful gift to his fans.Houston Chronicle, 10 9 16In this honest and nonlinear memoir, one of rock n rolls greatest composers talks honestly about both his musical triumphs and his struggles with mental illness and substance abuseFor fans of the music, Wilson does dig deep into the inspirations and recording of albums.Psychology Today, 10 11 16 Wilsons extraordinary journey is intimately described in his new memoir.Library Journal, 10 6 16Wilsons memoir digs deep, with fierce honesty from the opening pages.The Arts Desk, 10 16 16It s intriguing to get a Wilson s eye view of his own legendit s one of the great tales of the music business, after allAll the key elements of Brian s life are hereWhere the book really lights up is when Wilson talks in detail about music There are fascinating descriptions of the recording of God Only Knows , the Pet Sounds, Surf s Up and Holland albums and the difficulties he had with the SMiLE materialWhen he analyses the influence of the Beatles, the Stones and Phil Spector, it evokes the extraordinary intensity of the mid Sixties musical eruption that the Beach Boys were caught up in.Toronto Star, 10 15 16The book jumps through time, the drugs, the mental illness, the music, the love and the pain It has charming asides.Macleans, 10 16 16 The book pulls no punches Wilson openly discusses his five decades of mental issues, his struggles with an abusive father, drugs, alcohol and weight, his debilitating fears and his failures and successes as a husband, dad and bandmate.The Arts Fuse, 10 11 16Pleasures await the Wilson Beach Boys fan, as Wilson recounts the making of the Beach Boys album Pet Sounds and song Good Vibrations hes proudest of and enthuses over his favorite non Beach Boys album the Beatles Rubber Soul and song Be My Baby, produced by Phil Spector , his favorite classical composer Bach , and his influencesWilson speaks at length about his mental illness, how it robbed him of the joy and optimism his music provided for so many people.ABC News Radio, 10 11 16Wilson talks candidly about his struggles with mental illness and drugs, while giving fascinating insight into the creation of many of The Beach Boys beautiful, catchy and complex songs.New York Magazines Vulture, 10 11 16The Beach Boys leaders story is well told by now, but reading his often blunt retelling is harrowing, especially as he describes years swaddled in drugs and alcohol, and controlled by the notorious Dr Landy But as much as the book delves behind the so called madman, it also gets behind the genius Wilson and writer Ben Greenman lay the story out simply and with limited sensationalism, including fascinating sections where Wilson recounts his creative process and the work behind so many classic songs.The Australian, 10 22 16Freakishly, genre transcendingly good a rock memoir of genius, if ever there was oneBrilliantly unusual, like Wilson himselfIt gets his unique inner world on to the page intactIts also illuminated, along the way, by sudden lightning flashes of insight into the world of mental illness.National Post, 10 18 16The books voice is plainspoken, earnest, prone to both anxieties and boyish excitement and true to the man.The Guardian, 10 16 16A beguilingly honest account of what it is to be Wilson.Phoenix New Times, 10 17 16Reading I Am Brian Wilson is like having a conversation with Brian WilsonIt feels authenticIts imperfectly flawlessThis is the story of a hero as well as an artist, a genius, and a musician He frankly portrays his mental illness from the beginning to his lowest depths to the heights hes at todayFamous people from the music world make appearancesIn 300 pages Brian Wilson tells a tale thats as fascinating as any of his American sagas, a book that reads as much as a confessional as it does an act of catharsis.VICEs Noisey, 10 16 16Tells the harrowing, heartbreaking story of the life of Brian.They say there are no second acts in American lives, and third acts are almost unheard of That s part of what makes Brian Wilson s story so astonishing.As a cofounding member of the Beach Boys in the 1960s, Wilson created some of the most groundbreaking and timeless popular music ever recorded With intricate harmonies, symphonic structures, and wide eyed lyrics that explored life s most transcendent joys and deepest sorrows, songs like In My Room, God Only Knows, and Good Vibrations forever expanded the possibilities of pop songwriting Derailed in the 1970s by mental illness, drug use, and the shifting fortunes of the band, Wilson came back again and again over the next few decades, surviving and finally thriving Now, for the first time, he weighs in on the sources of his creative inspiration and on his struggles, the exhilarating highs and the debilitating lows I Am Brian Wilson reveals as never before the man who fought his way back to stability and creative relevance, who became a mesmerizing live artist, who forced himself to reckon with his own complex legacy, and who finally completed Smile, the legendary unfinished Beach Boys record that had become synonymous with both his genius and its destabilization Today Brian Wilson is older, calmer, and filled with perspective and forgiveness Whether he s talking about his childhood, his bandmates, or his own inner demons, Wilson s story, told in his own voice and in his own way, unforgettably illuminates the man behind the music, working through the turbulence and discord to achieve, at last, a new harmony. 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    • I Am Brian Wilson: A Memoir
    • 4.1
    • 330
    • Format Kindle
    • 0306823063
    • Brian Wilson
    • Anglais
    • 09 July 2017

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