Working at KGON in the late 80's was a big part of my early broadcasting career. I have great memories from that time in Portland and at KGON. Playing timeless Rock Classic that were produced when budgets for recording were so high and the psycho acoustics and analog warmth made listening such an enjoyable experience. Mix that audio Phatness with today’s HD and it is better sounding then ever! KGON Rocks with a perfect amount of cowbell!
I had to buy it. I had a coupon to use at Borders and it was on my way home, and I bought it! It's 547 pages, not counting the index, and I can't wait to read every juicy word.
I'm surprised he can remember all the stuff that's in there. Bill Wyman published his memoirs "A Stone Alone" in 1997, and it's lengthy, but he kept a diary through the years. I remember the story about how Mick Jagger wanted to "borrow" the journals and Bill said no, because it was going to be his own book. Sorry Mick! There's been so many books written about the Stones, and lots of books with pictures, but this is the one I think will be the juciest. I'll let you know.