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Prisoner of Woodstock

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Dallas Taylor is the original drummer for Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Dallas Taylor is considered one of the greatest drummers in Rock and Roll history. This is the story of his life before, during and after the band. The book captures the "Real Sixties" during one of musics greats times. Prisoner Of Woodstock is a graffic depiction of Dallas' experience with success a ...more
Paperback, 242 pages
Published March 1st 1999 by Thunder's Mouth Press (first published May 13th 1994)
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Jackson Lewis
Sep 14, 2008 Jackson Lewis rated it really liked it
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"Prisoner of Woodstock" is a chilling real life story about the effects of sex, drugs and living life in the fast lane.

"P.O.W." as it was referred to at many different occasions in the story is the story of a man that is reliving his whole life while under anesthetics during an emergency liver transplant. This man is Dallas Taylor drummer for the very popular band "Crosby, Stills and Nash. P.O.W. has very unconventional location and time changes through out the entire story. The main setting of
Robyn Obermeyer
Feb 14, 2013 Robyn Obermeyer rated it really liked it
Wow, i never realized there was another guy in CSN besides Neil Young...... I read this book fast, I liked the subject of Woodstock and The Dawn Of A New Day theme, I don't know how much is true or not,either way it proved interesting and took me out of my blues for a while..... Go Dallas,are you still in recovery?The liver transplant and gift of life is awesome!!!!!!!Sold youre rites fo 60 100 dollar bills, never looked at it that way till now, that sounds true, what a addict would do for a fix ...more
Jun 08, 2010 Megan rated it really liked it
My brother picked up this book for me at the dollar store and it began my love of CSNY/CSN and their music. I also really enjoyed the book and especially reading Dallas's account of Woodstock.
Jun 03, 2010 Anne-Marie rated it it was amazing
What an eye opener.
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