An irreverent and ridiculous collection of "found" documents
that will change everything you thought you knew about rock and
roll, by the creator and star of Adult Swim's Delocated
Jon Glaser delves into the unknown and highly secretive
histories of dozens of rock and roll's greatest bands with
sometimes spectacular, sometimes heartbreaking, always completely
made-up results. In this book, you'll discover the following:
Handwritten letters by Glaser's own father, which reveal him to
be an early member of the band we now know as ZZ Top
Old lyrics journals of, among others, Bob Dylan and David Bowie,
featuring a collection of songs they probably hoped would never see
the light of day
A letter from Ringo to the rest of the Beatles, the week after
their breakup, informing them of his plans to start a Beatles
Formerly classified government documents with shocking
revelations about the Navy SEALs and the Butthole Surfers
Prince's set list for the bat mitzvah of Steven Spielberg's
daughter Rachel, including the songs "Purple Oy Vey," "I Could
Never Take the Place of Your Rabbi," and "When Doves Kvetch"
My Dead Dad Was in ZZ Top is for everyone who loves absurd,
made-up stories about their favorite bands. It's also for everyone
who doesn't love absurd, made-up stories about their favorite real
bands--they just might not enjoy it as much.
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