Wouldn't It Be Nice

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Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, Dec 19, 1996 - Rock musicians - 398 pages
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Wilson, the creative genius behind the Beach Boys, took the world by storm with songs capturing the laid-back southern California lifestyle. But his cheerful image belied a nightmare of drug addiction, alcoholism, obesity and mental illness.

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Review: Wouldn't it Be Nice: My Own Story

User Review  - Rayfield - Goodreads

It's excruciatingly repetitive at points, not very well written, and Dr. Eugene Landy clearly holds his sway through the last quarter of the book (Wilson does not stand behind his "Own Story" in ... Read full review

Review: Wouldn't it Be Nice: My Own Story

User Review  - Marci - Goodreads

Pretty interesting facts. You really have to be a Beach Boys fan to get into this book I think. Wouldn't really recommend it to anyone who isn't! Read full review

About the author (1996)

Brian Wilson is associate professor, cultural studies and sociology, School of Human Kinetics, University of British Columbia.

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