Behind the Board:My Life with Rock and Roll Legends

Rated 4.50/5 based on 3 reviews
The true story of a kid from Kansas whose love of music brought him working side by side with rock and roll's biggest names. From John Lennon, Pink Floyd, Steely Dan, Fleetwood Mac & others, Galen Senogles has worked with the biggest names on some of rock and roll's must beloved classic albums. For the first time, he sets the record straight on rock and roll's most enduring stories and rumors. More

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Review by: Mark Bock on Jan. 13, 2014 : (no rating)
You will love this sh&t a lot! I got this book because I am a huge Pink Floyd fan and I wanted to read what went on during the LA sessions for the Wall. There were things in this book that have not been reported anywhere else to my knowledge, the part about how Bob Ezrin got the kids to sing with an English accent and the way they achieved the guitar sounds on Comfortably Numb was very informative. Im not a huge fan of Fleetwood Mac but even the parts of the book about the Rumours were interesting...made me reconsider my opinion or Lindsey Buckingham but pretty much confirming what we always thought about Stevie Nicks. The part about Sammy Davis Jr & Billy Preston is arguably the greatest story no one has ever heard....until now.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: RinkDawg on Dec. 19, 2013 :
Read all I could before falling asleep last night, and eager to finish it today. You always hear about the success stories of rock, but this gives a taste of the darker side, from touring seedy venues in the 60's in a Beatles wannabe band and getting harassed by cops in every town, to working with Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac and the Beatles, Galen gives us a taste of the creepy side of rock. Which member of Fleetwood Mac destroyed their nasal cavity from cocaine and wasn't shy about doing it in their anal cavity instead?.... Read on to find out!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Steven Bach on Nov. 28, 2013 :
Funny, fascinating, engaging, and just plain cool to read all the stories that Senogles has to offer about his band life, the many musicians he's worked with, and his varied adventures. We're fortunate that Scott Cahill took the time to get these recorded, there are a lot of gems in there.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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