Love Is a Mix Tape: Life, Loss, and What I Listened To
Publish date: January 2nd 2007
Publisher: Crown Archetype
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Biography Memoir
, Pop Culture
Opening line: "The playback: late night, Brooklyn, a pot of coffee, and a chair by the window. I'm listening to a mix tape from 1993." Before I-pods and ripped CDs we all made mix tapes. I'm sure most of us over a certain age still have them safely hidden away somewhere, never quite having had ...
“Tapes for making out, tapes for dancing, tapes for falling asleep. Tapes for doing the dishes, for walking the dog.” Mixtapes. Tapes. Cassettes. Mixtapes for all fragments of life. A love story. A love story between two insane music junkies. Who are weirdos. A memoir on all those wonderful things. ...
Both funny and heartbreaking this memoir about how two huge fans of music became a couple, married, and the unexpected turn of events afterward was an enjoyable listen. The author did the narration though and he was perhaps a bit monotone.
When Jaime @ The Perpetual Page-Turner posted about this book a while ago (it was one of her "Before I Blogged" reviews), it sounded like a total me book. I'm totally from the generation that remembers the power of the mix tape, from recording favourite songs of the radio (which always turned into ...
I'm so excited about discovering Rob Sheffield, I can't even begin to tell you. For the first time in years, I didn't find about the book on websites, blogs, magazines or friend recommendations, I just stumbled upon it and decided I wanted to read it. OK, truth be told, it was his other book, [b:Tal...
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