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'Scuse Me While I Kiss the Sky by David Henderson
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Oct 12, 2007

really liked it
Recommended for: anyone

David Henderson brings you right there with James every step of the way you get so soaked in you almost forget about what's coming in the end. I think everyone should really understand Jimi Hendrix and all the pain he endured and love he had to give. Especially his love for his guitar, his soul and music as a whole. He was a deep man with many issues and isn't some crack head with a guitar who made a coupld catchy tunes. He's a symbol for oppression in america having to make his debut in britian and makes americans look like idiots but makes the people the idiots think are scum legends.He can't quite overcome everything but damn did he try. The book is real thorough and reads well i think anybody and there mom should read it and if you don't like it go read something else.

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