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The Big Midweek: Life Inside The Fall (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 12. September 2014


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HASH(0x9d5c9948) von 5 Sternen A parable of lost opportunity. 19. April 2015
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I've always maintained that bass players and drummers write the best music bios. They don't have the distorting egos to maintain, keeping slightly out of the spotlight, workmanlike, but gaining more perspective than the blokes at the front of the stage. Steve Hanley has seen it all: the creative bloom and critical respect as well as the descent into oblivion under the initially benign but eventually mad (and maddening) dictatorship the godlike (and devilish) genius of Mark Smith. Not a band bio in the conventional sense, Hanley gives a direct personal account of his 20 years in one of the UK's most lauded bands. In a manner both direct and subtly dry and witty he draws you into a first-hand tale which is so finely crafted one can't help but feel that this might be a novel or a work of exceptionally literate self-analysis: a tale so well told that it reads like fiction. While other Fall writings (and I've read them all) are largely crafted for the faithfull, Hanley has fashioned something for anyone who can appreciate the extremes of joy and bitter pain of reaching for the brass ring and falling short (and increasingly with with a longer drop). I can't thank Steve enough for writing a book which ultimately transcends the band and it's history and simultaneously adds to it'd depth: no mean feat considering the extent of Fall's output. So, thank you Steve for writing the story of the Fall which the master wordsmith Mark Smith could never have written.
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HASH(0x9bc883a8) von 5 Sternen fabulous and utterly convincing 29. Oktober 2014
Von snwight - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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What a distinct pleasure it is to hear the voice of the man hunched in front of the SVT, locking down the thundering anthems that have so influenced my generation. The book poignantly conveys life in the cult of MES, in all its dysfunctional glory. Most highly recommended reading for all fellow sufferers and lifetime fans of this totally unique and seminal group.
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HASH(0x9bc88288) von 5 Sternen a well written account from the fall's longest serving instrumentalist ... 8. Dezember 2014
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a well written account from the fall's longest serving instrumentalist. the story goes down smooth and appears to be honest while trying to avoid revealing too much that doesn't belong. there are a few gaps maybe but for the most part it is an interesting story from the fall's engine room over nearly 20 years. for fall fans, this is a must read. i couldn't put it down.
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HASH(0x9bc86264) von 5 Sternen definitive 29. Oktober 2014
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Small gripes. Missing an account of their best album. Otherwise tremendous. Hanley is a hero. Backbone of one of the best bands ever.
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HASH(0x9bc8672c) von 5 Sternen Best book ever about life in a band, especially a band as great as The Fall 14. September 2015
Von John Timothy Wooten - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Steve Hanley's bass playing with the Fall always was incredible. He likewise is an amazing storyteller. I could not put this book down and found myself reading as slowly as possible because I did not want to end. Hanley comes off as self-deprecating and deeply humorous. He paints great portraits of Marc Riley, Craig Scanlon, and Karl Burns as real and fascinating people. Not to mention Mark E Smith. He is honest throughout and rarely did a page go by when I did not chuckle to myself or out loud. This book is especially fascinating to long-time Fall fans, the Manchester scene, or modern music in general. Phenomenal read - I'm sad it's over.
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