Friday, November 23, 2012

Guest Review: Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die by Willie Nelson

This review is being brought to you by "The Husband". Though I am a fan of Willie Nelson's music, I was not very interested in reading about his "Musings from the Road".

I'll leave it up to the musician.

Guest Review:
This book is written in possibly the most down-to-earth, folksy verbage of any I have read. It reads like some stream of consciousness style poetry, crossed with an 'on the road' type journal. I think it offers a wonderful glimpse into the mind of an iconic American legend. His philosophy is the simple stuff of a folksy upbringing crossed with the hard scrabble reality of making it in the American dream; with a dash of what it is like being a mega-celebrity. Hearty and brash, this rambling memoir is worth a read from every fan, or even someone curious about the music biz. Highly recommended. 


Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die: Musings from the Road
Willie Nelson
Publisher: William Morrow
Pages: 192
Price: $22.99

Happy Reading and as always, thanks for stopping by!

red headed book child

7 comments:

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

I love him. I bet I would love this book. I bet it would be even better on audio if he narrated.

Jenny said...

This definitely wouldn't be for me, but I will keep it in mind if I find out someone I know is a fan!

Holly (2 Kids and Tired) said...

I've always liked Willie Nelson. This one sounds good. Great review by The Husband.

Lisa said...

Great review! I've been wondering about this one.

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

That sounds interesting!

GMR said...

Sounds like the book reads much like the man. ^_^ Thanks for sharing!

Becca Lostinbooks said...

So I saw Willie in concert this summer. He was wonderful and could strum the heck out of a guitar considering how old he is! He still has it! He was high as a kite, too, so even better! lol My friend was working backstage with the local band that went on before him and Willie invited him onto his tour bus. There sat none other than Luke Wilson the actor! He was filming nearby and caught the show and was hanging out with Willie. It was all very cool! Willie was just a chill guy.