A Song For You: The Quest of the Myddle Class
Find out the truth about the sad demise of a popular mid-60s New York area garage-band once called "the greatest group on the east-coast". Learn how the ripe dreams of a coveted band died with its gifted guitarist leaving behind in L. A. an entangled web of intimate relationships among later legends.
This story is told by eyes inside a circle of conflicted young singer-songwriters and musicians revealing what came before the fame of prominent music industry icons in the early 70’s.
Journey back through the formative years of closeness, then despair and disconnection for the guitarist’s long-time girlfriend. It’s a heartwarming story of a first-love sadly lost to tragedy.
Many look back on their years and wonder... what if?
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Everyone remembers their first love... the one they always really wanted to have share in their dreams and plans for the life they hoped to lead and who they would become as they actualized their ambitions.
The tragic 1969 death of the uniquely talented lead guitarist of the popular group The Myddle Class as a young co-ed remains a curiosity of a huge fan following of the band.
This girlfriend knows first hand how and why it happened... and she is sharing.
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A girlfriend's memories reveal the first-love story of a young gifted guitarist's musical ambitions lost to his tragic death over envy and despair. Find out the truth of the sad demise of a popular ... Read full review
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