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Dirty Deeds: My Life Inside/Outside of AC/DC [Anglais] [Broché]

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Dirty Deeds "Dirty Deeds" is the first book written by an AC/DC insider, giving fans insight not only into the life of Evans but also that of singer Bon Scott (who died tragically in 1980) and other rock 'n' roll icons like George Harrison, Gene Simmons, Alice Cooper, Ronnie Wood, and members of Metallica. Full description

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  • Broché: 272 pages
  • Editeur : Bazillion Points (11 novembre 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1935950045
  • ISBN-13: 978-1935950042
  • Dimensions du produit: 22,7 x 16,9 x 1,9 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Bassiste initial 22 août 2014
Par B. E
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Mark Evans est le bassiste des premiers albums d'AC/DC.
En 1978 il quitte le groupe car il est physiquement "lessivé" par le rythme des tournées notamment européennes.
Il rappelle dans son livre oh combien Malcolm et Angus ont été des bourreaux de travail, ce dernier obsédé par sa SG GIBSON n'hésitant pas à en jouer en quasi permanence du lever au coucher et même lors des voyages entre chaque concerts.

A l'époque AC/DC ce sont en général 2 lives par jours pendant des tournées littéralement interminables.

Mark EVANS jouait de la basse de façon très rock avec une véritable rage et une puissance inouie. Il suffit d'écouter l'album "let there be rock" pour s'en convaincre.

Je l'adore et son livre est vraiment sympa.
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Amazon.com: 4.3 étoiles sur 5  28 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best book ever written on AC/DC 10 août 2012
Par D. Watson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
This is by far the best ac/dc book. Why? Because it`s been written by someone who was actually in ac/dc. So what you get in this book are true stories of ac/dc`s history written by someone who was actually there and not written by some English music "journalist" who knows nothing about the inside story of ac/dc. I, personally, think that ac/dc`s best material was when Mark was playing bass in the band (ac/dc`s first 4 albums). I`m an Aussie, i`ve grown up with ac/dc since 1975 when i was a kid and was given a copy of their 1975 album TNT. Yes, Cliff Williams is a better bass player than Mark and, yes, all the ac/dc albums that Cliff has played on (Powerage to Black Ice) are great albums too, but me, personally, i`ll always love ac/dc`s first 4 albums the best. I can relate to the first 4 albums the best because those albums were so popular in Australia at the time when every other country was more interested in English punk or interested in American progressive rock and disco. AC/DC was a great Aussie pub rock band in the mid 70s and i only wish i was old enough to have had the chance to have seen them play, with Bon up front, in a pub gig in Melbourne in the mid 70s. Well, now thanks to Mark`s great new book, i can now read about some of the stories from those days when ac/dc was just an Aussie pub rock band playing small venues and some large ones too, like festival hall and the Myer Music Bowl which holds thousands. And Mark doesn`t dissapoint. He has some great stories of ac/dc`s early days. There`s also some great stories in this book of the band`s first English and European tours. And best of all, Mark doesn`t slag off any members of ac/dc in it. I know that there must have been some bad blood within the band when Mark was asked to leave, but, credit to Mark, he doesn`t say any real horrible things about any of the other band members. It just goes to show what a decent and down to Earth guy Mark is. If it`s only one ac/dc book you wanna read, then i suggest you get this one, and not a book written by someone who doesn`t even know the band.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Good buy 22 janvier 2012
Par Paul Oldham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Great insightful book and ego free. Evans reveals a great deal about Melbourne in the early 70s and his own complicated upbringing. His observations about the inner workings of AC/DC are neither bitter nor soft and the matter of fact, friendly tone makes it a very easy read.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing Must Read for Any AC/DC Fan (and a lot more) 19 janvier 2012
Par Geoff Ronning - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I just finished this book and loved it. I read a lot of rock bios and this one really surprised me. I did not expect the quality of the writing. As the first review noted, 4/5 of the book is about AC/DC. There is no trash talking. It is really straight forward measured content. It is refreshing to read a book about a rock band and not just read one person bad mouthing another. After AC/DC, Mark's life took some very entertaining turns as well that kept me reading to the very end. I highly recommend this book. I loved it and have a great new found respect for Mark. Thanks for the book Mark.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good book about the early AC/DC years 16 janvier 2012
Par M. Fonseca - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Mark Evans wrote a good book (and did not share credit for it with any ghost writer/editor).

Mark is smart enough to know that, no matter how his career succesfully developed in Australia after he left AC/DC, the real source of interest from the people would be his two brief (albeit highly intense!) years with AC/DC, from 1975 to 1977. So, about 4/5 of the book is about that period.

Anyway, he gives a short but interesting resumé of his early years in Melbourne, of seeing his dad die while he was so young, his frist contatct with music, instruments, being a Stones die-hard fa, taking the bass basically because no one wanted to play it, etc. And the writing style is very warm and even funny.

He is generally respectful about the Young brothers and everything surrounding AC/DC, including manager at the time Michael Browning and band mates Phil Rudd and Bon Scott. He mentions the already known kind of "bluntness" or coldness of the brothers, but in no way he talks dirty about them. He even says that Malcolm and Rudd took him to the airport after being fired from the band, and later says he was fired simply because he was not good enough or compromomised enough for the band.

His years after AC/DC involved a failed marriage, than another successfull marriage, being part of some bands, losing a daughter in an sad and tragic accident in Holland, setting up a respected vintage instruments store (where he came to know people like George Harrison and Richie Sambora) and finding happiness with his blues duo and his actual family.

About his legal battle against AC/DC, he is totally straight about it: he will not talk about it, because the ouf-of-court agreement with the band has a clause of confidentiality.

A good and fast read.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A good look at early AC/DC 6 juin 2012
Par diamond_dave - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Considering that the Young brothers have never told the story of AC/DC from their perspective, you have to rely on books like this one to find out what life was like in the band. I think Mark Evans did a sold job of talking about his childhood, how he made the band, his time in it when they were trying to make a name for themselves internationally, and why he was booted. He doesn't come across as someone who didn't do anything wrong, and so his honesty and lack of ego is refreshing. I found the book to be interesting and insightful, and Evans did a nice job recalling several events involving him and his bandmates that I've read elsewhere, so I know that he was retelling them correctly.

If you're an AC/DC fan, this is a good read.
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