Glimpses

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Macmillan, Mar 12, 2001 - Fiction - 331 pages
15 Reviews
Ray Shackleford lives in the ruins of the idealistic 1960s. Veteran of failed garage bands, he works as a repairman of stereo equipment, tending the dying embers of his marriage, and dreaming of bygone days and the music that almost was.

When he finds the music he dreams of has been mysteriously recorded by his tape deck, Ray is drawn into the past, to revisit the histories of Hendrix, Morrison, and the Beatles...along with the history of Ray Shackleford.

Vividly re-creating a lost era that might have been, Glimpses fuses the hopes and dreams in the music with a powerful vision of reality.
  

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User Review  - George - Goodreads

Loved this book. It wasn't perfect but I'm a songwriter/producer/singer/musician and I loved his take on the music. The love/not love story was okay but the music was unique and interesting especially ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dawn Ramsey ford - Goodreads

I am a big fan of Lewis Shiner! I figured out his dad was the famed archaeologist Joel Shiner from SMU who worked on the San Marcos River in Texas. Love this book! If you like rock 'n roll history, this book is for you! Read full review

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Lewis Shiner is the award-winning author of five novels, most recently Say Goodbye, The Laurie Moss Story. He lives in Durham, North Carolina.

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