Scowl



Scowl This book offers a lifetime of interviews with the pop music phenom known to the world as Scowl They were conducted by longtime confidante and journalist, Ralph Bonaparte The interviews begin in 1957, right after one of Scowl s early rock n roll concerts in Los Angeles, and they end in 2001, just prior to one of his sold out retrospective shows in Las Vegas These vibrant and compelling interviews cover Scowl s entire remarkable life from his exuberant years as a young man to his thoughtful years as an adult They reveal the heart and soul of a talented, beloved, and flawed American entertainer who, like the rest of us, learned as he lived. Read Scowl – millionapartments.us

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  • Paperback
  • 286 pages
  • Scowl
  • Mark Lages
  • 13 November 2017
  • 1728308828

10 thoughts on “Scowl

  1. Frank says:

    When I first learned what this book was about, I was skeptical for a couple of reasons First, the idea of writing about a man solely through a lifetime of interviews seemed I little weird, and maybe a little boring Second, who in the heck wants to read about another stupid rock star But I have to admit that I was truly surprised This is a great little book I was thoroughly entertained the whole way through This is another wonderful accomplishment for Mr Lages, who just never ceases to ama When I first learned what this book was about, I was skeptical for a couple of reasons...

  2. Terry Cox says:

    What a perfect way to present the life and times of a popular artist What could beappropriate than to have the story told through a lifetime of newspaper and magazine interviews I loved this concept, and I loved every square inch of this book, from Scowl s continuous search for his artistic voice to his all too human failings in his personal life, especially as a father This book is inspiring, encouraging, and interesting and at the same time it buckles under the weight of certain hum What a perfect way to present the life and times of a popular artist What could beappropriate than to have the story told through a lifetime of newspaper and magazine ...

  3. Beverly says:

    This is a wonderful and sweeping adventure through an artist s life I especially liked the passage about forgiveness Every time I read one of Mark Lages s books, I wonder What s next And I look forward to his next book.

  4. Cynthia Waters says:

    Scowl An arrogant, humble, callous, loving, talented, clumsy, caring, clueless, and beloved man all rolled into one In other words, a human being Loved this book Very well done

  5. Henry says:

    I m not into pop culture, and I don t care for rock n roll And I definitely don t like rock stars But I loved reading this book by Mark Lages Go figure

  6. Nick says:

    Always different Always creative Always entertaining And always thought provoking Each book this author writes makes me like him that muchFive stars.

  7. Chase says:

    Terrific story told through interviews Very clever I realize this book was about Scowl, but God bless big Frank He was my favorite character.

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