Nobody Told Me: From Basement Band to Jack and the John Lennon Sessions

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Hipway Press, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 260 pages
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Nobody Told Me is the story of a young rebel, Ken Geringer, who left home at 14 and years later found himself working with Jack Douglas best known as the Grammy-award-winning record producer of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Double Fantasy album, Aerosmith, the Who and Cheap Trick. The behind the scenes of the music business were fueled by everyone's wildest dreams but the realities were filled with unpredictable people and all forms of drugs. The odyssey of Geringer and Douglas included an unknown band's rise to fame, Cheap Trick and Aerosmith road trips, David Geffen, Ahmet Ertegun, TK, Epic, Geffen and Atlantic Records, erratic Parisian partners, Johnny Depp, 2.2 million dollars, Lennon's last Studio sessions, 2 Live Crew, censorship and a divorce surprise.Geringer's tale is an insider's look at the music business of the '70s and '80s.

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