Rock Singer Layne Staley was one of the most private, mysterious and misunderstood performers ever! His story is told by his mother, sister and Layne himself. It dispels the myths about Layne's childhood, his early days in music, and the final, very private years of his life. It contains dozens of never-before-seen drawings, writings and photographs...that all shaped the ALICE IN CHAINS' songwriter/singer who sold millions of CDs...helping revolutionize modern rock.
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In April 2002 the music world lost a truly great musician. The Staley Family lost a son, brother, uncle...they will never forget. Now read the serious truth about Layne Staley from his own words and the words of his closest family members during the last year before his death.
You already knew Layne was once on top of the music world as the frontman for ALICE IN CHAINS...cranking out memorables songs: "Man In The Box," "Angry Chair," "Junkhead," "I Can't Remember," "Rooster" and "Dirt"...among many others. But how did he really get there? Find out.
What was life really like for the patient, disciplined, loving Layne?
Why did his world turn so dark when he was only 8-years-old?
How and why did he come up with such shocking music?
What did he intend it to mean? Find out.
The Author respectfully peers into Layne's life to explore these and other questions. The book's goal is to discover Layne's innermost feelings and motivations. Rock Writer Adriana Rubio also explores The Renaissance Era to demonstrate the connection between Layne's artworks and that historical period. The reader quickly discovers Layne was no ordinary rock singer.Review:
LAYNE STALEY'S FINAL WORDS: If Kurt Cobain's journals weren't tragic enough, try "ANGRY CHAIR",a biography of Alice In Chains'Layne Staley. -- ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE, Issue 917>>March 6, 2003
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Descripción Xanadu Enterprises, 2003. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0933638132
Descripción Xanadu Enterprises, 2003. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110933638132
Descripción Xanadu Enterprises. PAPERBACK. Estado de conservación: New. 0933638132 New Condition. Nº de ref. de la librería NEW7.0517758