Fuel Injected Dreams - James Robert Baker Reviews
Description:ISBN 1560255358 / Author: James Robert Baker / Genre: Fiction / A rock-and-roll anti-nostalgia novel about a reclusive sixties-era record producer.
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by - written on 05/10/01, updated on 05/10/01 (Very useful, 367 readings)
After reading novel Boy Wonder I wanted to read more of James Robert Baker's novels and eventually managed to track down Fuel Injected Dreams. It was published in 1984 and basically does for the music what Boy Wonder did for the movies. Fuel Injected Dreams is not quite as effortlessly brilliant as Boy Wonder but it's well worth locating in second and shops or the internet. I read it in one go and not wanting to lose it, failed to return it to the library I got it from. (selfish I know, but there’s not much higher literary praise for a book than that.) The story concerns Los Angeles DJ Scott Cochran who's steeped in the musical nostalgic of the ... Read the complete review
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