This is the most informative book about Mot rhead ever, and
that is no idle boast. Written by their official biographer, Alan
Burridge, who is often referred to by the band's legions of fans,
the Mot rheadbangers, as Professor Mot rhead, this book
offers the full and in-depth Mot rhead story, including many
previously unpublished facts, revealed here for the very first
time in print.
This story begins at the genesis of Mot rhead, the struggles,
the hardships, and the poverty; when no one but founder, bassist
and vocalist, Lemmy Kilmister, had any faith in his band.
His focus, tunnel-vision, and conviction to play the music he
wanted to play has remained undiminished over the past 35
years and counting, and Lemmy's present status as a rock icon
is proof that he was right to follow his vision. Today, with his
long-time band cohorts, Phil Campbell on guitar, and Mikkey
Dee on drums, the trio are regarded as one of the greatest rock
bands in the world.
Here we have it, everything you ever wanted to know about Mot rhead, but were afraid to ask!Biografía del autor:
Always a keen reader and writer, and with an interest in offset litho printing, the opportunity presented itself in 1979 to write and produce a fanzine for the rock band, Motorhead. It was the punk era, fanzines were trendy, a printing machine was available, an introduction to the band was made and we have never looked back. Now, in 2010, I have the pleasure of saying that I have been running the Motorheadbangers Fan Club for 30 years with almost 90 fanzines to my credit.
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