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    Fun look back at the 1960's Hollywood music scene

    A fun look back at the 1960s Hollywood music scene through the eyes of three friends, Walk, Don't Run is a great end-of-summer read. It starts with Rusty, Joey, and Eddie (James Olmos, of Battlestar Galactica and Stand And Deliver fame) playing in high school bands and follows them through gigs at Gazzarri's, playing for Robert Kennedy, and mixing albums for Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones. There is plenty of hijinks, love, heartbreak, and a fair share of the exploration of the dark side of the music industry. I recommend Walk, Don't Run for music lovers, baby boomers, and those who like a good coming of age story.

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