Don't You Leave Me Here by
My Life

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Johnson’s prose is lucid and muscular, and his memory sharp (he is not a drinker, and his drug of choice during the Feelgood days was amphetamines). He also gives an insight into one of the great mysteries of popular music: why do successful bands split up?
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Financial Times

Above average
Reviewed by David Cheal on May 27 2016

Johnson’s prose is lucid and muscular, and his memory sharp (he is not a drinker, and his drug of choice during the Feelgood days was amphetamines). He also gives an insight into one of the great mysteries of popular music: why do successful bands split up?

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Good
Reviewed by Jude Rogers on Jun 07 2016

The final sections show a man not sure how to move on, but trying his best to find out. This book – rough, ready, distinctive, touching – surely helped.

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