Gotta Lotta Mo' Wreckas: The story of the greatest band that never was
The true story of Cola C. Outlaw Jr.´s musical journey so far. From avid listener, to composer and songwriter. An entertaining read from beginning to end. An inside look into a soul made of music. From his mastering of the art of air guitar. To his first composition on a real one, this book is a fun look at the birth of a lifelong musician. The book also contains commentary on his many influences. From Walter Hawkins to Metallica, Cola´s musical thinking is truly universal. Perhaps even inspiring the reader to embark on a search for some of the artists named. What makes this book truly unique is that it comes with a soundtrack that can be ordered for free from the author! You´ll actually be able to hear Cola´s musical growth!! From the earliest jam sessions in a friend´s basement, to the last recordings from a six year musical partnership with one Jonathon S. McNeil.Its´ a true musical experience!
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