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Pete Townshend, The Who: Pete Townshend: Who I Am – A Memoir (Harper)
Book Review by Robert Dean Lurie, National Review, 20 December 2012
THE INNER FLAP of the dust jacket says it all: "Pete Townshend has some explaining to do." ...
Lou Reed: The Wild Side, Magic, and Loss
Obituary by Robert Dean Lurie, National Review, 29 October 2013
His subjects were difficult and his voice abrasive, but he never tried to be anyone other than himself. ...
Bob Dylan: Jeff Taylor and Chad Israelson: The Political World of Bob Dylan – Freedom and Justice, Power and Sin (Palgrave Macmillan)
Book Review by Robert Dean Lurie, National Review, 31 December 2015
WRITING ABOUT Bob Dylan's politics would seem to be a thankless task. The famously curmudgeonly songwriter claims to know and care little about the subject, ...
Bruce Springsteen: Born to Run (Simon & Schuster)
Book Review by Robert Dean Lurie, National Review, 31 December 2016
SPRINGSTEEN. THE BOSS. Bruuuuuce. A lot of hyperbolic ink has been spilled over this man through the years, so I'm going to walk it back ...
Dorothy Carvello: Anything for a Hit – An A&R Woman's Story of Surviving the Music Industry (Chicago Review Press)
Book Review by Robert Dean Lurie, National Review, 12 November 2018
"A BOOK FOR the #MeToo and Times Up Movements," proclaims the PR one-sheet for Dorothy Carvello's new memoir. ...
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