Bass Of Shades Alex Kendall

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Published: September 8th 2011

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185 pages


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Bass Of Shades  by  Alex Kendall

Bass Of Shades by Alex Kendall
September 8th 2011 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 185 pages | ISBN: | 5.66 Mb

Bass of ShadesThe official biography of musician and legend, Mr. Alan RossThe true tale of the last man alive that actually played in The Jimi Hendrix Experience, had coffee with The Beatles and worked for The Rolling Stones.Stories of rock`n`rollMoreBass of ShadesThe official biography of musician and legend, Mr.

Alan RossThe true tale of the last man alive that actually played in The Jimi Hendrix Experience, had coffee with The Beatles and worked for The Rolling Stones.Stories of rock`n`roll excess with the bass player in Cornwall`s most successful band - The Shades.This is the life story of someone who was shot at by the Luftwaffe on his way to the dentist, witnessed the birth of skiffle and rock`n`roll as his fingers bled and refuses point blank to ever visit Glasgow again…Along the way he played with most of the major artists over the last fifty years and to regular audiences of over 11 million!His true stories will send a nervous shudder through those that shared this extraordinary life.For lovers of truth, scandalous asides and damned good humour, BASS OF SHADES is a vital read....and that was before Michael Jackson and The Kray Twins entered the story!SOME REVIEWS -(UGLY THINGS MAGAZINE (USA)) Mike Stax - Loved the book.

Some amazing stories in there. I especially liked the one about Carl Wayne using an axe to extract payment from dodgy promoters. Gonna review it in issue 33 – May 2012, (available in UK)(BBC RADIO CORNWALL) David White - There are so many great stories in your book.(UK ROCK`N`ROLL MAGAZINE) Johnny Hop - This is an upbeat, warts and all story. Well worth a read.(THE CORNISH GUARDIAN) A rock`n`roll legend(THE LEIGH TIMES) John Black - Bass Of Shades has something of everything. It is of great interest to Leigh people because of remarkable recollections of what life was like during the war, but there`s a lot there, too, for `pop` music lovers, especially what it was like behind the scenes as these young musicians strived to find themselves a band they wanted to join.

Alan`s place in the early days of skiffle and rock`n`roll is firmly established. A story of rock`n`roll excesses.



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