Greg Lake was a vocalist, musician and producer, best known as the frontman of the first progressive rock supergroup Emerson, Lake and Palmer. He is often described as having the voice of a generation.
More honest, self-reflective and engaging than any number of tomes
by his contemporaries * Choice *
Full of astonishing stats. Lake's fast-moving and unusually gentle memoir chips away at commonly held notions of ELP being elitist and pretentious . . . His musings upon the root cause of bandmate Keith Emerson's suicide are hugely moving and there are plenty more revelations along the way -- James McNair * Planet Rock *
An extraordinary insight into a bygone era when prodigious talent coupled with breathtaking prodigality to produce some of the most unforgettable performances in the history of rock n roll * Tribune *