Summary of Steven Tyler's Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?

Author: Everest Media

Publisher: Everest Media LLC

ISBN: N.A

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 When you’re young, you experience everything for the first time, and because it’s happening to you so matter-of-factly, it just is. In midlife, you question everything, and so much energy is wasted questioning the whys of it all. You want to find an angel of thunderstorms that will put out your internal fire. #2 I was born at the Polyclinic Hospital in the Bronx, March 26, 1948. My parents moved me to Sunapee, New Hampshire, where they rented out little bed-and-breakfast cottages, and I was put in a crib at the side of the house. A fox came by and thought I was a cub, and dragged me into the woods. #3 I was brought back to the third dimension when my parents brought me home from the forest. I had never felt more comfortable than being lost in that forest. My mother had lit the fire that would keep me warm for the rest of my life. She had read me parables, Aesop’s Fables, and Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Stories. #4 I was also a fan of the hippie lifestyle, and I loved the song Nature Boy written by a bohemian composer named Eden Ahbez. It tells the story of how one day an enchanted wandering Nature Boy crossed the path of the singer.

Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?

Author: Steven Tyler

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0061959391

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 400

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“Steven Tyler is one of the giants of American music, who’s been influential for a whole generation of Rock ’n’ Roll fans around the world. Long May He Rock!” —Sir Paul McCartney Does the Noise in My Head Bother You? is the rock memoir to end all rock memoirs—the straight-up, no-holds-barred life of Grammy Award-winning, Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee, and all around superstar legend Steven Tyler, lead singer of Aerosmith (and celebrity judge on American Idol). This is it—“the unbridled truth, the in-your-face, up-close and prodigious tale of Steven Tyler straight from the horse’s lips”—as Tyler tells all, from the early years through the glory days, “All the unexpurgated, brain-jangling tales of debauchery, sex & drugs. and transcendence you will ever want to hear.”

Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?

Author: Steven Tyler,David Dalton

Publisher: Harper

ISBN: 9780007319206

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 390

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The frontman of the classic rock band Aerosmith tells his story, including his rise to rock stardom in the 1970s, the band's drop in popularity, and their comeback in the late 1980s and 1990s.

1973: Rock at the Crossroads

Author: Andrew Grant Jackson

Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books

ISBN: 1250299993

Category: Music

Page: 352

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A fascinating account of the music and epic social change of 1973, a defining year for David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, Pink Floyd, Elton John, the Rolling Stones, Eagles, Elvis Presley, and the former members of The Beatles. 1973 was the year rock hit its peak while splintering—just like the rest of the world. Ziggy Stardust travelled to America in David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane. The Dark Side of the Moon began its epic run on the Billboard charts, inspired by the madness of Pink Floyd's founder, while all four former Beatles scored top ten albums, two hitting #1. FM battled AM, and Motown battled Philly on the charts, as the era of protest soul gave way to disco, while DJ Kool Herc gave birth to hip hop in the Bronx. The glam rock of the New York Dolls and Alice Cooper split into glam metal and punk. Hippies and rednecks made peace in Austin thanks to Willie Nelson, while outlaw country, country rock, and Southern rock each pointed toward modern country. The Allman Brothers, Grateful Dead, and the Band played the largest rock concert to date at Watkins Glen. Led Zep’s Houses of the Holy reflected the rise of funk and reggae. The singer songwriter movement led by Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Joni Mitchell flourished at the Troubadour and Max’s Kansas City, where Bruce Springsteen and Bob Marley shared bill. Elvis Presley’s Aloha from Hawaii via Satellite was NBC’s top-rated special of the year, while Elton John’s albums dominated the number one spot for two and a half months. Just as U.S. involvement in Vietnam drew to a close, Roe v. Wade ignited a new phase in the culture war. While the oil crisis imploded the American dream of endless prosperity, and Watergate’s walls closed in on Nixon, the music of 1973 both reflected a shattered world and brought us together.

Noise in My Attic

Author: Phoenix Lee Tuttle

Publisher: Outskirts Press

ISBN: 1432762354

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 179

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Many people have misinformation or incorrect assumptions about PTSD. You may think that PTSD is something that only soldiers suffer from, or people who live in very violent circumstances, such as in war zones or gang-ruled neighborhoods. But the truth is that anyone who undergoes trauma can have PTSD. Trauma comes in many forms, but the bottom line is that anyone who has been in circumstances that made them fear deeply for their safety or sanity can suffer from PTSD. Noise in My Attic is Phoenix Lee Tuttle’s courageous and compelling story of PTSD and its destructive effects on people’s lives, including judgment and stigma from society, and the danger of being taken advantage of in a fragile psychological and emotional state. Struggling with both PTSD and bipolar disorder, she embarked on a ten-year journey of faith as she battled her way back from depression, suicidal thoughts, and loneliness while her marriage and job dissolved around her. Join Phoenix in her remarkable search for peace and healing—and prepare to have your eyes opened to the reality of trauma sufferers all around you.

Does the Noise in My Head Bother You?

Author: Steven Tyler,David Dalton

Publisher: Edel Germany GmbH

ISBN: 3841901530

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 678

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Wilde Drogenexzesse, sexuelle Eskapaden, grandiose Erfolge mit der Band Aerosmith und vier Kinder von drei Frauen – Steven Tyler hat nicht nur als Sänger und Frontmann Geschichte geschrieben. Sein Leben gleicht einer Achterbahnfahrt mit Höhen, Tiefen und mehrfachen Loopings. In "Does the Noise in My Head Bother You? Meine Rock'n'Roll Memoiren" erzählt er seine aufregende Lebensgeschichte nun erstmals selbst. Dabei gibt er äußerst persönliche Einblicke in seine Jugend in der Bronx, den Aufstieg, Fall und Wiederaufstieg von Aerosmith, das Leben im Rampenlicht und in die wirtschaftlichen Hintergründe des Rockgeschäftes. Tyler spricht über seine Romanzen und die Beziehungen zu seinen Kindern ebenso offen wie über seinen immerwährenden Kampf gegen die Drogen. Seine Geschichte ist atemberaubend, rasant, verrückt. Kurz: purer Rock'n'Roll!

The Object of My Affection Is in My Reflection

Author: Rokelle Lerner

Publisher: Health Communications, Inc.

ISBN: 075730768X

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 290

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How to Manage the Narcissistic People in Your Life Does your boss constantly blame you for things you didn't do? Do you isolate yourself from friends and family to avoid conflict at home? Do you feel anxious when you see a certain 'friend's' name on your cell phone? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you most likely have a narcissist in your life. The Object of My Affection Is in My Reflection will help you understand the complexities of this disorder and arm you with the coping mechanisms to navigate through this type of relationship. Narcissists suffer from a personality disorder that began in the early stages of childhood. They are stuck in an early development stage where there is tremendous self-interest, excessive self-absorption, and extreme entitlement. Their behavior is a consequence of early childhood abandonment and abuse. Rokelle Lerner specializes in working with narcissists and the people they impact. Her astounding results in improving the quality of life for those that live or work with narcissists has been recognized by therapists across the country. She explains why narcissists do the things they do and how you can protect yourself from their intimidation and manipulations. Lerner shows you how to: Spot a narcissist at work and in your personal life Set appropriate boundaries to avoid further conflict Avoid antagonizing a narcissist at work or at home Narcissists are disarming, manipulative, and mesmerizing by nature. The Object of My Affection is in My Reflection will help you see through their charm so you can recharge your spirit, redefine your purpose, and regain your life.

All Hail Our Robot Conquerors!

Author: Seanan McGuire,Julie E. Czerneda,Brandon Daubs,Tanya Huff,Brian Trent,L.E. Modesitt,Gini Koch,Jason Palmatier,Jez Patterson,Lauren Fox,Sharon Lee,Steve Miller,Philip Brian Hall,R. Overwater,Rosemary Edghill,Helen French

Publisher: Jabberwocky Literary Agency, Inc.

ISBN: 1940709156

Category: Fiction

Page: 217

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RRRAWRRR!!! ZZZZZZTTTTT!!! ZZZZAAAAPPPPP!!! The robots of the 50s and 60s science fiction movies and novels captured our hearts and our imaginations. Their clunky, bulbous bodies with their clear domed heads, whirling antennae, and randomly flashing lights staggered ponderously across the screen and page and into our souls—whether as a constant companion or as the invading army threatening to exterminate our world. We can never return to that innocent time, where the robot overlords could be identified by their burning red eyes or our trusty robot sidekick would warn us instantly of danger—or can we? With a touch of nostalgia and a little tongue-in-cheek humor, here are fifteen stories from today’s leading science fiction and fantasy authors that take us back to the time of evil robot overlords, invading armies, and not-quite-trustworthy mechanical companions. Join Julie E. Czerneda, Brandon Daubs, Tanya Huff, Brian Trent, L.E. Modesitt, Jr., Jason Palmatier, Jez Patterson, Gini Koch, Lauren Fox, Sharon Lee & Steve Miller, Philip Brian Hall, Rosemary Edghill, R. Overwater, Helen French, and Seanan McGuire as we step into the future with a nod to the past. Hold on to those stun guns. You may need them!