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To anyone with enough genuine interest in the story of Linda McCartney--if you've read this far down the webpage, you deserve to hear the truth. And not the truth as seen by a stuffy, clueless professional reviewer who can sense an easy-target book to slam a mile away. I have read over 30 books about the rock scene in the 60's and this one told me details I'd never ever heard. I rank it as extremely well-written and the author names names because there are so many great ones to choose from! This book is as much about the beatles and the stones and Warhol's bunch as it is about Linda. You feel like you are PART of the story because Danny Fields certainly was her very good friend. And he can write and involve you in a book you just can't put down...
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You Will Love It! 31 juillet 2000
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Although I found that Mr. Field's writing style was hard to follow at times, I found this book to be exactly what it purposed to be: A beautiful and loving tribute to a woman whom it would have been a pleasure to know....not because she was the wife of "the cute one", but rather because she was real, believed that being a great wife and mother were more important than what people thought of her, knew where her priorities were, and rose above the criticism and the back-biting of jealous groupies and music "reviewers". I would have liked to have read more about her relationship with her children with Paul (many mentions of Heather), but just the fact that Mr. Fields wrote how wonderful they were, polite, and not at all what you would expect from "rock children", told me a lot. Linda did it all and did it with grace, intelligence, love, and charity.
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Not Quite Enough 19 décembre 2001
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I have been wanting to read an intimate biography of Linda McCartney for some time now, so I was anxious to read this book. Written by her long-time close friend, Danny Fields, I would have expected a bit more. Even though the book delves deeper into Linda than any book on the Beatles has been able to, it still wasn't quite enough. A lot of what Fields says about her childhood and teen years, before he met her, is conjecture. There is very little detail about that period of her life. Fields knew her best in the mid-sixties when, as a single mother in New York City, Linda entered the then embryonic world of rock photography. There really was no rock press at the time, and Linda got in on the ground floor, and was able to be a part of a scene that very few people could imagine today.
While Fields vacillates from defending Linda to criticizing her, he is more than fair in his assesment, and, at times, a bit overboard in his praise of her. Although I didn't feel I knew Linda much better after reading the book, one point in Linda's favor became very clear. She was a very strong woman, with self-confidence and a deep, abiding love for her husband and children. She weathered storms I cannot imagine most women being able to handle. And, when the slings and arrows were aimed solely at her, instead of wallowing in self-pity, she felt instead a sense of pain for what the embarrassment caused Paul and her children to suffer.
This book doesn't shed a tremendous amount of light on Linda Eastman McCartney, but it is still valuable for the brief glimpse into the woman before Paul.
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A breath of fresh air 4 mai 2000
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What a warm, generous and enjoyable book! I found it affectionate, but balanced and credible (the anecdote about how Paul and Linda "paid" New York cabbies was rather revealing). The quotes from Pete Townsend added a lot, too. I had no idea he was so close to the Macs, and his insights were always a delight. Linda comes off as a flesh and blood woman who made a conscious decision to make a difficult relationship work -- and viewed in those terms, her life was a success. I wish more attention had been paid to Linda's relationships with Mary, Stella and James (only Heather is mentioned often). But this is a small quibble with an otherwise moving love story.
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This is THE inside book on Linda! 19 avril 2000
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Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain of Booklist, who takes the author to task for allegedly "not having gathered evidence" about Ms. McCartney. Leaving aside the fact that readers will discover that Danny Fields gathered plenty of "evidence," what more credible and meaningful information could Fields present about the subject of this perceptive biography than what he learned about her during a close personal relationship that spanned more than three tumultuous decades? If you're interested in Linda, read this book.
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