I'm addicted to musicians' autobiographies, and this is one the best I've read yet, right up there with Bill Bruford and Nick Mason. Oddly enough, I'd never heard of Mick Karn (or even Japan) before I saw him live in Halmstad at the IB Expo. Mighty good musician, and a very good writer. Any musician - and not only bassists - should have this in their mandatory reading list.
I pretty much only read autobiographies and this one is the best I've read. It is brutally honest and emotional. It brought me to tears a few times. An inspiring story by someone with an obviously huge amount of self belief but little sense of social recognition.
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