Bon Iver

Bon Iver This book tells the story of Bon Iver s main man Justin Vernon via exclusive and extensive original interviews with those around him throughout his rise from his failed Wisonsin bands to the illness a

  • Title: Bon Iver
  • Author: MarkBeaumont
  • ISBN: 9781780387376
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book tells the story of Bon Iver s main man Justin Vernon via exclusive and extensive original interviews with those around him throughout his rise from his failed Wisonsin bands to the illness and isolation that forged his breakthrough album For Emma, Forever Ago Examines his subsequent critical and commercial success as the latest US alternative icon.

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    • One of the most enjoyable reads of all time, for me. I was a huge fan of Justin Vernon before reading this, now I really consider him a true inspiration. I feel like I connect with this guy on so many levels, and I consider his work a blessing in my life. Awe-some read about one man's creative, emotional, and spiritual journey.

    • Makes you look at the man and the songs in a completely different light. If you're interested in the Bon Iver project, read this book. Also pat yourself on the back for liking such incredible music.

    • Definitely a book for hardcore Bon Iver (or Justin Vernon) fans. Although I enjoyed the overall story and the short 'analyses' of the first two Bon Iver records, I skipped the song analyses of all of Justin's previous bands, simply because I'm not familiar with his early work (some of it has never been released) and thus had no cadre. Funnily, this book made me appreciate Bon Iver's '22, A Million' record more, since I understand a little bit more of Justin's background.

    • While it may be entitled Bon Iver, this biography by Mark Beaumont, published in 2013, is more of a life story of lead and creator Justin DeYarmond Edison Vernon. Published by Omnibus Press, a company known for its music-related releases, it’s clear Beaumont did a great amount of in depth research for the content of this book. At 42 years, Beaumont is a music journalist that has published biographies of Jay-Z and The Killers, as well as been featured in publications such as the Times, The Gua [...]

    • I started reading this book because Bon Iver is one of my top favourite bands and I advise to be quite familiar with their songs befor starting to read, because it just gives a much more personal experience. My conclusion is that apparently not only does his (Justin Vernon) music speaks to me, it is also his personality, according to this book the lead musician of BI is the kind of person I would really get along with. The writting itself won't probably fulfill the expecations for everyone, but [...]

    • I enjoyed reading this book although I feel like the author got very hung up describing his take on every single song Justin Vernon wrote during his entire career. It felt a bit like he was trying to increase word count. Though halfway through, I was more drawn into the story and began to enjoy relishing in the details and speculating about the meaning of verses along with the author. Apparently, it was more pleasing to wax poetic about songs I've actually heard. What I want more now is Justin V [...]

    • Net toen ik het wou opgeven (het is een nogal "taai" boek), kwam een hoofdstuk waarin ik toch veel nieuwe dingen te weten kwam. Ik zou het boek niet meteen aanraden, maar het was wel fijn meer te weten te komen over Bon Iver, de andere muzikale projecten van Justin Vernon en de platen die hij maakte.

    • This is a good read; however, good is the only positive adjective I can use to describe it. I was falsely led to believe I was buying a book about Bon Iver, the nine piece band - not purely Justin Vernon, as much as I adore the man.

    • Kind of all over the place :( i often had to read passages again because I wasn't sure what the author was talking about or in what era I was

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