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  • Serving the Servant
  • Danny Goldberg
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  • 21 January 2020
  • 9780062861672

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Serving the Servant review ☆ 109 O the most successful rock band in the world and made punk and grunge household terms; Kurt’s meeting and marriage to the brilliant but mercurial Courtney Love and their relationship that became a lightning rod for critics; the birth of their daughter Frances Bean; and finally Kurt’s public struggles with addiction which ended in a devastating suicide that would alter the course of rock history Throughout Danny stood by Kurt’s side as manager and close friendDrawing on Goldberg’s own memories of Kurt files that previously have not been made public and interviews with among others Kurt’s close family fri. There s nothing new in this which is very disappointing I wasn t expecting or hoping for dirt or exciting gossip but some insight would have made this a valuable addition For me that didn t feel like it was hereMind you Goldberg spends a fair amount of time defending the decisions involved in bringing Kurt Cobain and Nirvana to the mainstream I understand that with a narrative that punkindie genius was lured onto a major label and into the MTV fold and the demands of fame killed him being popular his defense that Kurt and company were major forces in the choice to bring themselves into the mainstreamUltimately however he introduces a dichotomy in the form an idea he uotes Everett True as stating that there are two kinds of punk rock There is the Jello BiafraIan Mackaye school in which one forms an alternative community parallel to the mainstream or there s the version in which one joins the mainstream and subverts it from the insideNirvana s philosophy was the latter which they argued for in nearly every interview they gave so the argument that this was their intention and that Goldberg and those around him were working diligently to get them what they wanted is a solid point Unfortunately I m also not sure Nirvana is a good case study for that philosophy working Once they themselves were gone the subversion was gone it seems to me and once we pass the recording of In Utero Goldberg never takes up the thread again and certainly not in terms of the legacy left behind This is not meaningless as much of the first two thirds of the book are dedicated to discussing this pointThis might have been a solid memoir in the immediate aftermath of Kurt s death but it feels woefully inadeuate for a book with two and a half decades to reflect on these memories and the uestions raised by all of it Leah Discovers Boys punk and grunge household terms; Kurt’s meeting and marriage to the brilliant but mercurial Courtney Love and their relationship that became a lightning rod for critics; the birth of their daughter Frances Bean; and finally Kurt’s Introduction to Epilepsy public struggles with addiction which ended in a devastating suicide that would alter the course of rock history Throughout Danny stood by Kurt’s side as manager and close friendDrawing on Goldberg’s own memories of Kurt files that 100 Poèmes =100 Gedichte previously have not been made Pride Safari Summer #1 public and interviews with among others Kurt’s close family fri. There s nothing new in this which is very disappointing I wasn t expecting or hoping for dirt or exciting gossip but some insight would have made this a valuable addition For me that didn t feel like it was hereMind you Goldberg spends a fair amount of time defending the decisions involved in bringing Kurt Cobain and Nirvana to the mainstream I understand that with a narrative that Le ciel brûle / Tentative de jalousie popular his defense that Kurt and company were major forces in the choice to bring themselves into the mainstreamUltimately however he introduces a dichotomy in the form an idea he uotes Everett True as stating that there are two kinds of The Promise (Jess the Border Collie, #9) punk rock There is the Jello BiafraIan Mackaye school in which one forms an alternative community The Homecoming (Jess the Border Collie, #6) parallel to the mainstream or there s the version in which one joins the mainstream and subverts it from the insideNirvana s Guardians of Staghill point Unfortunately I m also not sure Nirvana is a good case study for that The Fox at Drummers' Darkness philosophy working Once they themselves were gone the subversion was gone it seems to me and once we Too Long a Solitude pass the recording of In Utero Goldberg never takes up the thread again and certainly not in terms of the legacy left behind This is not meaningless as much of the first two thirds of the book are dedicated to discussing this Confessions of a Teenage Witch: Celebrating the Wiccan Life pointThis might have been a solid memoir in the immediate aftermath of Kurt s death but it feels woefully inadeuate for a book with two and a half decades to reflect on these memories and the uestions raised by all of it

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Serving the Servant review ☆ 109 Ends and former bandmates Serving the Servants sheds an entirely new light on these critical years Casting aside the common obsession with the angst and depression that seemingly drove Kurt Serving the Servants is an exploration of his brilliance in every aspect of rock and roll his compassion his ambition and the legacy he wrought one that has lasted decades longer than his career did Danny Goldberg explores what it is about Kurt Cobain that still resonates today even with a generation who wasn’t alive until after Kurt’s death In the process he provides a portrait of an icon unlike any that has come before. Fascinating account which I highly recommend to anyone interested in the history of 90s rock music or pop culture and iconography and art in general I could write 1000 words of praise discussing all the things I really enjoyed about this book which was headed towards a solid five stars Instead of doing that I ll explain my one star demerit I complemented my read of Goldberg s text with as much online media as I could when he describes concert performances or interviews etc I looked them up online turning the experience into of a multi media project In a few cases I found small inaccuracies Case in point Goldberg writes One of MCA s roles was to secure TV appearances the first of which was for the Channel 4 show The Word at which Kurt proudly told the studio audience I d like you all to know that Courtney Love is the best fuck in the world Here is video of what Kurt actually said I d like all of you people in this room to know that Courtney Love the lead singer of the sensational pop group Hole is the best fuck in the world The meaning may come to the same but nuance is lost through the abbreviated version I believe that attributed uotes should be verbatim whenever possible particularly when the source is so readily available details matter And if words are left out that should be signaled in the transcript Hence the slight rating dip for a few of these discrepancies Still an overall fantastic book with a clearly stated point of view from someone who was there on the inside

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Serving the Servant review ☆ 109 On the twenty fifth anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death comes a new perspective on one of the most compelling icons of our timeIn early 1991 top music manager Danny Goldberg agreed to take on Nirvana a critically acclaimed new band from the underground music scene in Seattle He had no idea that the band’s leader Kurt Cobain would become a pop culture icon with a legacy arguably at the level of that of John Lennon Michael Jackson or Elvis Presley Danny worked with Kurt from 1990 to 1994 the most impactful period of Kurt’s life This key time saw the stratospheric success of Nevermind which turned Nirvana int. It had potentialThe first 23 read like a Wikipedia page I suspect John Silva would be able to fill in many of blanks encountered here I grew tired of reading other people s accounts largely already known about the past The book redeems itself once the Vanity Fair interview is discussed From that point forward the book is engaging and provides many unknown details without devolving into a gossipy tabloid My main gripe is that it took so long to hit its stride The last third of the book is essential for Nirvana fans but those same fans will likely be uninterested in the early chapters Oh and Danny Ozzy doesn t have famous tattoos of love and hate on his hands The tattoo on his hand is literally OZZY Kurt and Dave were paying homage with the same exact thing How something so easily verifiable slipped by the fact checkers I ll never know


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