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Disappointing 17 septembre 2011
Par Shawn Farrell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Full of quotes from album reviews by Billboard, Rolling Stone & other publications, as well as recycled interviews with Prince associates, this book covers little new ground for longtime fans. There are also no shortage of grammatical & spelling errors, showing how poorly edited this book must have been. It will be of most interest to sound & engineering geeks curious to know what recording equipment & processes Prince used at different points of his career. And while the book is supposed to cover Prince's recorded output from 1975-1995 & each album through 1992 gets its own chapter, the final three years surveyed are lumped together in a concluding chapter that references all the way through Lotus Flower, despite the fact that Come (1994) & The Gold Experience (1995) would have fit within the period, not to mention off the books releases, such as The Undertaker.

I don't expect Volume Two to be any better, if we see one.
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Good nuggets of info, if you can dig to find them 15 juin 2012
Par Robert M. Bittner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
First, let's get the worst out of the way: This is probably the worst-written book I've ever read. Worse, it appears to be completely unedited and unproofread. So, be prepared for dozens of misspellings, run-on sentences, bad grammar, and quotes that often read like stream-of-consciousness rambling -- virtually on every single page. (For example, every single "like" is included verbatim in the quotes he uses, becoming tiresome very quickly.) I've never read a published book -- even a self-published book -- that is so poorly presented. The subject deserves better.

That said, if you're interested in some behind-the-scenes stories of Prince's work in the studio, there are some interesting bits here. I've read much more informative takes on, say, the recording of "Kiss," in professional recording magazines. But this book is more comprehensive than that. And the author does try to walk the line between information of interest to Prince fans versus the more-technical information that is especially useful for recording engineers/producers. I wish the "author" (sorry, I can't bear to call him a writer) had erred more in favor of the latter group, but I might be in the minority there. But he does allow a lot of repetition and not-that-interesting info to fill space that could have been devoted to more substantive interviews.

In short, if the topic interests you, this is, unfortunately, probably the best book out there at the moment. (Especially given how private Prince is.) But, man, I wish it were so much better.
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Good book for gear heads 16 décembre 2011
Par Sbacon1999 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a Prince fan, I'm enjoying this book. And if you're into studio or musical equipment, you'll love reading about the specific gear that Prince and his engineers used in the sessions where some of Prince's most well-known work was recorded. There are some nice anecdotes in the book as well about musicians and studio sessions, and some nice insight into how Prince works as a creative artist, putting songs together off what he has in his head. As a Prince fan, it's a worthwhile read. Even IF the book constantly misspells Sheila E's name (it's not Shelia E!)
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Good info. Needs a proofreader. 23 janvier 2014
Par Doug Wamble - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Mr. Brown compiled a lot of good info. As a musician, it's cool to read the gear stuff and the recording process. Prince is one of a kind and it's really insightful to learn about his diligence and work ethic.

But the writing…typos all over the place. "Berry Sax" instead of "Bari Sax" short for baritone. People's names are spelled wrong on one page, correctly on the next. (Levi Caesar, Levi Seacer) Proofreaders are invaluable and the prevent your work from coming off amateurish.
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