The following is a chapter from Peter Guralnick’s book, Feel Like Going Home: Portraits in Blues & Rock’n’Roll (a Fusion book, published by Outer-bridge & Dienstfrey). In his review last issue, Charlie Gillett said of this chapter, “. . . (it) simultaneously establishes the greatness (of Rich) and explains why (he) has never managed to get as far as several people with substantially less native ability . . . Integrity, the grit that would tear show biz apart if it were allowed to get too deeply into the system.”

April 1, 1972
Peter Guralnick

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