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Written on: 29/04/2014 by LaneHart (1 review written)
Mislead by the title and by some of the reviews, I bought this book expecting to read about Sugerman getting mixed up with the excesses of The Doors and Iggy Pop while working as their manager. Instead, I got an autobiographic, tedious tale about a junkie who used to know famous musicians. Readers should be warned that in this sloppily written book, rock'n'roll is relegated to the background. The story is strictly autobiographical about Sugerman, a rich teenager with daddy issues who got… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/09/2012
One of my absolute favorite reads of all time. I have read it at least 6 times for the main reason that I can relate on so many levels. Danny is a fantastic writer and I'm sad he did not write more. I liked this book more than No On Gets Out Of Here Alive. It just holds my attention more and I love the way Jim Morrison is painted in the background. So mortal. So human. It's a side of Jim we never get to see anywhere else… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/02/2009 by lesley76 (1 review written)
Wonderland Avenue: Tales of Glamour and Excess by Danny Sugarman was fascinating. A great insight into Danny's and the music industry's world at that time. I just absolutely loved everything about this book. Even the couple of lines of lyrics at the beginning of each chapter was genius. It played out like a movie with a fantastic soundtrack… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/11/2008 by Rebecca Cooper (1 review written)
This book was great! I found a second-hand copy of it at a flea market and I have read it over and over...Danny Sugarman's autobiography is nothing short of laughs and sadness.
I laughed when he wrote about his pet python, Mr Big, and cried when he wrote about his awful father, and even his own stepfather.
This is a must read if you want to get a real insight to what life was like for a teenager during the late '60's and early '70's in rock 'n rollin' LA… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/05/2008
Loved the book! Very well written, Danny's story is extremely interesting from start to finish. Only bad point is that there were no photos in this book… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/02/2008
Such a great read - even if your not a Doors fan or a music fan at all, that does add to it... An enthralling book... Written by someone who lived am amazing life... Would highly recommend to all… Read Full Review
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