Echoes: A memoir continued . . .
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The Bunnyman returns! This time he's taking us on a journey through acid-dropping in Berlin, recording 'Heaven Up Here', and leaping off tables like John Wayne - it's a stirring follow up to last year's memoir and an absolute must read.
The follow-up memoir to Sunday Times bestseller, 'Bunnyman', from legendary guitarist, Will Sergeant. Scenic Wye Valley isn't the typical place for a rock story to begin, but when Echo & the Bunnymen hit the studio to record their ground-breaking debut album, Crocodiles, it was anything but ordinary. The album was the making of the band - cultivating a cult following which would soon evolve into staggering mainstream success. Their lives would never be the same again. In 'Echoes', legendary guitarist and founding member of Echo & the Bunnymen, Will Sergeant, recounts the band's whirlwind rise to stardom with his trademark wryness and intelligence. Sharing never-before-told anecdotes - including the heady Rockfield Studio sessions and touring across the US, playing sold-out shows at Whisky a Go Go and experiencing the iconic New York club scene from dusk 'til dawn - and accompanied by snapshots of the cultural, social and political scene at the time, this is a memoir to remember.