This book, “Wasn’t That A Time, The Weavers, The Blacklist, and the Battle For The Soul Of America” is stupendous and well worth your time.  It’s so ***** 5 star, it’s very a soul-satisfying read!!

This “music” book is a gr8 biography of band that reads like a novel about an American era that is defined by a social movements, I wish I was as eloquent as our author in explaining how good a read this book is.

I’m so glad someone was able to encapsulate an era of social upheaval and the music it spawned.  Jesse did a gr8 job! The book is well researched, while it’s as entertaining as a novel. I have to admire Jesse Jarnow”s recognition of wisdom in the band members. He helped me understand the bands’ dynamics, while appreciating each band member individually. That alone is quite an accomplishment. If you get to read a book this year let it be this one.

Husband, Father, I founded and was the chief record producer of Beserkley Records. We had international hits and established the careers of Jonathan Richman, Greg Kihn, The Rubinoos, and Earth Quake. "In the 80's I witnessed the new digital technologies that would change music forever, and then I hoped to enable music lovers worldwide to enjoy more music with these new technologies. I founded Fun Fun Fun Recordings to make more “out of the box” recordings I’ve come to enjoy.