5 edition of Bono in His Own Words found in the catalog.
Bono in His Own Words
January 1989 by Omnibus Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
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Bono: In His Own Words (In Their Own Words) Paperback – February 1, by Dave Thompson (Author) › Visit Amazon's Dave Thompson Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author.
Are you an author. Learn about Author Central /5(5). This book is layed out in question/answer format making it very easy to leave off and pick up. It is a very addictive read with interesting and inspiring dialogue. There is an openness that the writer pulls out of Bono that reveals his faith, history and philosophy.
From it, you discover that Bono is very human and surprisingly down to by: 1. Michka Assayas is a music journalist and novelist who lives and works in Paris. Michka met Bono in London inand was the first journalist to champion U2 outside Ireland and the United Kingdom. Michka and Bono have spent the last two years putting this book together at Bono's home in Dublin, and in Paris, Bologna and on the French Riviera/5(74).
This is a revised compilation of quotations taken from interviews with Bono, U2's lead singer. He tells his own story and the story of his band, as well as his views on touring, U2's music and life as.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. He tells his own story and the story of his band, as Show synopsis This is a revised compilation of quotations taken from interviews with Bono, U2's lead singer.
He tells his own story and the story of his band, as well as his views on touring, U2's music and life as a rock'n'roll star. U2 Books - Bono - In His Own Words.
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From his childhood in Dublin, to his superstardom, to his emergence as one of the world's great philanthropists: here is the story of Bono. Not only is Bono a crucial element in the most dazzlingly inventive band since the Beatles, he is also the most overtly politicized rock superstar since John Lennon, and the biggest espouser of interracial harmony and spiritual "one/5.
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Hardcover, June 6, $ 12 Used from $ 23 New from $ See the Best Books of /5(64). The reason this book stands out is because Assayas doesn't keep his journalistic distance but presses into his friend and asks him the tough questions.
He presses Bono on not speaking about Africa for over a decade and points out to him that colonialism in France was left 4/5.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Robert William Willie Pickton, AKA the pig farm killer from Port Coquitlam, Br /5(14). Bono Biography (Paul Hewson) - @U2. As the lead singer of U2, one of the most popular and influential rock bands of the last 30 years, Bono is a figure adored.
Paul David Hewson, KBE OL (born 10 May ), known by his stage name Bono (/ ˈ b ɒ n oʊ /), is an Irish singer-songwriter, musician, venture capitalist, businessman, and philanthropist. He is best known as the lead vocalist and primary lyricist of rock band U Born and raised in Dublin, Ireland, he attended Mount Temple Comprehensive School where he met his future wife, Alison Stewart Born: Paul David Hewson, 10 May (age.
VANCOUVER — Serial killer Robert Pickton has penned a book that is selling online. The page paperback, called “Pickton: In His Own Words,” is for sale on for $Missing: Bono. BONO ON BONO is not only for die-hard U2 fans; it's also an uplifting and entertaining exploration of belief and the ability to question' (Sunday Times (South Africa)) Book Description In this Sunday Times bestseller Bono - the biggest rock star in the world - tells his life story, and speaks passionately about his hopes for the future/5(46).
He is, in the words of Deadspin’s own Tim Marchman, “the worst music man of all time.” He is puke, and I want to punch him in the ear. et cetera—there sits Bono in his stupid housefly.
Bono did not grow up in a household of big readers. But, the U2 frontman tells TODAY's Jenna Bush Hager, he loved reading the classics ranging from Harry Potter to the Bible to his own Author: Rebecca Dube.
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Examples: “don’t, believes in himself, driven to be famous, self promotion, self importance, Bono worshippers, his disillusionment, believe in his own importance”.
Gerard, you likely have good intentions. In one song, "God's Country," Bono belts out the words, "I stand with the sons of Cain," The Bible tells us that Cain "was of that wicked one, and slew his brother" (1 John ), not exactly someone who a Christian would want to be found standing in agreement with.
Bono recites it as if they were his own words, but we know from the audio that's circulated online for years that they're not. The poem is the work of an Irishman named John F. Deane. "Freddie Mercury: A Life, In His Own Words" is the nearest thing to Freddie’s autobiography as it is possible to achieve.
A moving, witty, often irreverent collection of quotes (or interview transcript) from the man himself, covering an extraordinary life, meticulously edited together by Queen’s long time archivists, with a Foreword by Freddie's mum/5(K). Bono recalled in a book of interviews by the French journalist and music critic Mishka Assayas that Bob applied the same determination to be unimpressed to his own.
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His reflection is coupled with snippets of live performance, all joining together to form the narrative, in his own words/10(). Bono on Seamus Heaney: 'His words have kept me afloat' The U2 frontman talks about the strength he draws from Seamus Heaney's poetry Seamus Heaney in June at the Dalkey book.
Bono admits that he's always admired Troy, and that he's learned a lot by following him. He says, "I done learned a whole heap of things about life watching you. I done learned how to tell where the s*** lies. How to tell it from the alfalfa" (). Bono also tells his friend, "You done learned me a lot of things.
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The two are not necessarily exclusive. doesnt know the number 4 in spanish. Wannabe American, Irish narcissist, who reckons he has a God given right to preach at politicians about what's wrong with the world while hoarding his own obscene wealth where taxes can't touch him.
Still peddles his bland, pompous, corporate music around the world, charging $ a ticket so people can watch him disappear further up his own arse.
Bono describes his father as having the "walking blues," a condition that Bono blames for his own fear of having children. Bono uses this term to describe his father's behavior during the Great Migration, when thousands of blacks chose to walk to a new life in a free city north of where they lived in slavery or slave-like conditions of.
Pages in category "Songs written by Bono" The following pages are in this category, out of total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). In the book U2 By U2, Bono explained the song's meaning: "It's about a man people keep turning to as a savior but his own life is getting messed up and he could use a bit of salvation himself." Bono started writing this while staying with The Edge at his place in Los Angeles.Alcohol: Bono and Troy drink alcohol frequently, sometimes in excess.
Death: He talks a lot about Death, as though Death were a person. You can request a review of a title you can’t find at [email protected]. Book reviews cover the content, themes and worldviews of fiction books, not their literary merit, and equip parents to decide whether a book is appropriate for their children.
p. ; 19 cm On the Beatles -- On the fans -- On fame -- On family -- On hair and clothing styles -- On himself -- On his drug use -- On his most controversial quote -- On his music -- On money -- On other musicians and their music -- On performances -- On politics -- On the antiwar/peace movement -- On the news media -- On the movies -- Miscellaneous quotes -- On his spiritual side -- Pages: