A trippy odyssey through New York City in the 1960s to the discordant Jazz-Rock ramblings of the Mystic Hedgehog. Two finger chords in E Open Tuning.
Both a beginner’s guide and detailed enough for the connoisseur, John Einarson’s Desperados: The Roots Of Country Rock is a great read. Published in 2001, you can still get it in paperback and now available on Kindle.
Check out Einarson’s other books. He’s one of the best Rock and Roll historians out there. Exceptionally readable.
In honor of Brett Favre’s election to the NFL Hall Of Fame, this is the first book to cover his entire career, chronicling his record breaking rise to the top of the National Football League. Every one of the 277 games Favre played as a Packer is here in statistical detail, set in a fast paced narrative that takes you back to the rise of the Packers from worst in the league to Super Bowl Champions. Included are all the epic games, from the first come from behind victory versus the Bengals in 1992, through Super Bowls 31 and 32, the Irvin Favre Game, the 2003 playoffs Fourth and 26 and the final overtime battle to the finish against the New York Giants on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field in January 2008.
If you love the down and dirty numbers of football, this is your book. A fantasy football fanatic’s bible, covering more than 300 games, the complete statistical guide to Brett Favre’s amazing career.
Stanton Greene, popular sportswriter and author of The Green Bay Packers The Dan Devine Years 1971-1974, is back with another book on his favorite subject, the Green Bay Packers. Brett Favre – Hall Of Fame A Game By Game Chronicle Of A Green Bay Packers Legend is a must read for pro football fans.