RaveThe New York Times Book ReviewBecause of Myers’s skill as an interviewer, their pride and enthusiasm come blasting through. Each story is a pleasure to read and will deepen your listening experience ... Which is saying something. If you’re a serious music fan you might initially wonder what’s left for you to learn about such chestnuts as the Isley Brothers’ 'Shout,' the Allman Brothers’ 'Ramblin’ Man' or Pink Floyd’s 'Another Brick in the Wall.' Turns out to be plenty — not so much in terms of eye-popping new information (though there’s some of that), but in the depth and feeling of the tales of artistic inspiration ... The magic happens when the artists themselves speak, and they deftly — and movingly — cover a range of issues, from the technical to the emotional.