Neon Leon Fast Track to Hell: A Psychedelic Glam Punk Rock and Roll Story (Paperback)Leon Matthews (author)
Paperback Published: 20/09/2016
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Neon Leon's autobiography Fast Track to Hell is a Glorious Psychedelic, Glam, Punk Rock and Roll true recollection of the time when Rock and Roll music was at a decadent crossroads. A reflection of a time of tremendous political, cultural, social, musical, revolution and change. Spanning a twenty year period from the "Riots on Sunset Strip", Los Angeles(1969) Atlantic City, Philadelphia, New York City, London, and Scandinavia in the 80s(1989)! You will experience Neon Leon's own writing with never before seen personal photo's and interviews . A sometimes shocking inside look. the music, the wild girls and guys, the parties ,the drugs. "The Fast Track to Hell" of it all! What the Rock and Roll lifestyle really was like.With contributions, recollections and photo's from world author and film archivist James Karnbach (Let's spend the the night together,1982,The complete Beatles 1982,The Ultimate guide to the Rolling Stones , Shine a light,former manager of Neon Leon ) Eileen Polk (author and NYC star photographer),Mark Weiss(Photographer of Rock greats ) From the "Castle" in Hollywood, to the Chelsea Hotel in New York City ,Kings Road ,London, The infamous Marquee on Wardour Street with Johnny Thunders, recording with Mick Jagger ,Sussex ,England to the wild and beautiful Rock and Roll Girls of Scandinavia and those Hot Summer nights of pure Rock and Roll ! ...it's the story ! Get ready for a "Fast Track to Hell "!
Publisher: New Haven Publishing Ltd
Weight: 345 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 14 mm
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