Go where You Wanna Go: The Oral History of the Mamas & the Papas

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Matthew Greenwald
Cooper Square Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 297 pages
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"Illustrated and cinematic in scope, Go Where You Wanna Go is told not only from the points of view of the group members (including Mama Cass, via an extensive, rare, never-before-published interview), but also from those of their friends, musical colleagues, business associates, critics, and fans. Roger McGuinn, David Crosby, Lou Adler, Donovan, Graham Nash, and Ray Manzarek are among the contributors who provided original interviews for this oral history."--BOOK JACKET.

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Projecting a sunny, carefree image with folk-pop hits such as "California Dreamin' " and "Monday, Monday," the Mamas & the Papas pioneered the kind of complex internal dysfunction later popularized by ... Read full review


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Matthew Greenwald is a rock journalist whose work has appeared in Rolling Stone, MOJO, Sing Out!, and Crawdaddy! He lives in Los Angeles, California. Andrew Loog Oldham was the manager of the Rolling Stones from 1963-67 and is the author of Stoned.

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