PositiveNational ReviewGorman has been very careful to say this is not the history of the Black Crowes, but his history. It’s one of the reasons the book works so well. You won’t read much about those amazing songs being written, because Gorman didn’t write them, and there’s little projection to be found in the course of the book. But Gorman’s decision to largely stick to what he personally has seen and heard doesn’t mean he is without insight ... If you’re not a die-hard fan of the Crowes, there’s still much to enjoy.