Rob Trucks is a freelance music and sports writer based in NYC. He has published four books on baseball, and one collection of interviews with American fiction writers.
"[The] journalistic revelations and general insight add yet more layers to the double album's controversial standing." --The Austin Chronicle"Trucks doesn't spend much time analyzing songs; the book is a tribute to the auteur spirit ... Readers may skim Trucks' long digressions into his own autobiography, which is too bad because they contain some interesting anecdotes, especially regarding the popularity of the Buckingham Nicks album in the author's native Alabama. The real draw of the book, however, are interpolated testimonials from indie rockers such as Camper Van Beethoven's Jonathan Segel and Dave Portner of Animal Collective." --Kirk Curnutt, Paste Magazine