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  • Hunky Dory (Who Knew?)

  • The Best I Can Remember from Twenty Years at The Heart of '60s and '70s Rock and Pop
  • By: Laurence Myers
  • Narrated by: Laurence Myers
  • Length: 8 hrs and 49 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)
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Hunky Dory (Who Knew?)

By: Laurence Myers
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Summary

A fascinating memoir from a legendary music business executive. 

©2019 Laurence Myers (P)2019 Talking Music

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Great read nice to hear the author reading it

Another great read I've heard of Laurence Myers arcade records and gto records of the 70s I love these books I love hearing about their early life same as the rick hall of fame studios book I have recently purchased you know people was associated with certain companies but it's fascinating to see what they was before they was famous keep these coming I'm a fan of music biographies artists or executives I wish somebody would release Clive selwoods biography as an audio book as I've read Clive's book and it is worth a release as an audio book thank you Laurence for a great read as I've put in previous reviews I love these when read by the author they should have john Schroeder s biography as well both johns and Clive's should be on audible

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Boring

Such exciting times but the story is boring and read in such a monatomic voice.have not finished it which is a first for me

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