Wonderland Avenue



This Is The Autobiography Of Danny Sugerman, Jim Morrison S Protege And One Time Manager Of The Doors And Then Iggy Pop It Is Also An Account Of Heroin Addiction And The Madness Of Life In The LA Rock N Roll Scene.Wonderland Avenue

Daniel Stephen Sugerman aka Danny was the second manager of the Los Angeles based rock band The Doors, and wrote several books about Jim Morrison and The Doors.

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  • Wonderland Avenue
  • Danny Sugerman
  • English
  • 11 January 2017

10 thoughts on “Wonderland Avenue

  1. says:

    I owe this book some fanmail It is a wonderland of uncut emotion Did it make me want to take drugs Maybe Right up until the point where it didn t It made me want to stick to my guns It made me want to live for something bigger than me There is nothing abstract about this book There is no compromise And that s who Danny is We get to know and love him through his singleminded pursuit of his rock n roll dream For him, there just never was another option How cool is that How vintage i I owe this book some fanmail It is a wond...

  2. says:

    3.5 stars Danny Sugerman was young, wealthy, poorly supervised, had a personality prone to obsession and no self control So certainly nothing bad could happen when he put himself under the tutelage of the Doors and then Iggy Pop, right I kept thinking to myself, When Jim Morrison is the voice of reason and moderation in your lifewhoo boy I read most of this book while sick in bed with the flu, so in a strange moment of synchronicity, I was shivering, sweat soaked and disgusting with vi 3.5 stars Danny Sugerman was young, wealthy, poorly supervised, had a personality prone to obsession and no self control So certainly nothing bad could happen when he put himself under the tutelage of the Doors and then Iggy Pop, right I kept thinking to myself, When Jim Morrison is the voice of reason and ...

  3. says:

    I think about my childhood A lot I think about all the television shows I watched, the books I read, the embarrassingly detailed drawings I drew of people, and all of the mildly gross substances I touched indoors and out just for the experience of doing something but it all seems goddamn boring every time I revisit this memoir.Look, I couldn t care any less about Jim Morrison or The Doors I don t find anything about him or the band appealing But EVERYTHING about Morrison and the band spok I think about my childhood A lot I think about all the television shows I watched, the books I read, the embarrassingly detailed drawings I drew of people, and all of the mildly gross substances I touched indoors and out just for the experience of doing something but it all seems goddamn boring every time I revisit this memoir.Look, I couldn t care any less about Jim Morrison or The Doors I don t find anything about him or the band appealing But EVERYTHING about Morrison and the band spoke to pre teen Danny Sugerman The Doors may mean nothing to me, but passionate little weirdo kids that take a nerd level interest in something make me resent being born with a working range of emotions.Every time I pick up this book, I m abruptly reminded that Sugerman didn t write it in present tense His writing is so gushing and enthusias...

  4. says:

    Danny Sugarman quite simply wrote one of the best books ever about drug addiction He had a friendship with Jim Morrison in his formative years and claims to have later had sex with Morrison s widow which, kind of freaky that He also managed the career of Iggy Pop during some of his worst excesses and was friends with people ranging from Ray Manzarek to Mackenzie Phillips You ll havesympathy for Mackenzie and her troubles of late, if you don t a...

  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here It s written from the hip, talky, autobiography, edgy for the early 90 s , and if you ve just read Scar Tissue, then you gotta read this.In a way its very cliche Another book about being a junkie in the rock biz At times, I had to shake my head in disgust at its excess But it s par for the course when you re dealing with the excesses of the 1970 s I had read Daniel Sugarmen s biography of Jim Morrrison in No One Here Gets Out Alive, when I was 17 and into that, so I had always wondered who It s written from the hip, talky, autobiography, edgy for the early 90 s , and if you ve just read Scar Tis...

  6. says:

    After reading Neil Strauss book The Dirt on Motley Crue terrible band, great book, also set in LA , I thought those guys won the award for excess However, they were close to 30 before they hit rock bottom after one particularly nasty incident where Vince Neil drove a motorcycle into a nightclub and had no recollection of it That incident seems trivial, after all Danny Sugerman was given a week to live at age twenty one I would hope that no one would seek to emulate him even if certain p After reading Neil Strauss book The Dirt on Motley Crue terrible band, great book, also set in LA , I thought those guys won the award for excess However, they were close to 30 before they hit rock bottom after one particularly nasty incident where Vince Neil drove a motorcycle into a nightclub and h...

  7. says:

    Danny Sugerman s book will probably attract Jim Morrison fans for its juicy gossip on the legendary singer, and they won t be disappointed Sugerman worked at The Doors business office when the band was at the peak of their career.Personally I enjoyed the bookwhen a drugged out Sugerman managed an evendrugged out Iggy Pop if such a task was possible during the glitter era early Seventies His accounts of the Sunset Strip scene back then are absolutely truthful I was there and the Danny Sugerman s book will probably attract Jim Morrison fans for its juicy gossip on the legendary singer, and they won t be disappointed Sugerman worked at The Doors business office when the band was at the peak of their career.Personally I enjoyed the bookwhen a drugged out Sugerman managed an evendrugged out Iggy Pop if such a task was possible du...

  8. says:

    Having been obsessed with Jim Morrison in my high school years, this was a must read And even though Morrison is only seldom seen in this memoir, it doesn t matter The main character is heroin and the journey it takes Mr Sugerman on So damn good Have probably read this 6 times And have sea...

  9. says:

    Probably the best book I ve ever read

  10. says:

    The best book I ve read in a long time it s one of my all time favourites A must read for any Doors or Iggy Pop fan I almost feel jealous of the relationship Danny Surgarman had with Jim Morrison Very hard to put down A real page turner It s g...

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