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10 thoughts on “Sing Me Back Home

  1. says:

    Merle Haggard's autobiography was an engrossing read and hard to put down The book form was as conversational as if Merle were in the same room and sharing the intimate details of his life over a beer Unlike some celebrity life stories this one did not skim over the low points to name drop and focus on stories inside show biz Merle wished he had declined the invitation to see Elvis backstage because he felt differently about Elvis afterward I hoped my enjoyment of Merle's music would not be adversely affected by knowing about the shortcomings in his life Partly because he doesn't make excuses for himself and partly because I still enjoy his incredible voice I do not regret knowing about himI would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Merle Haggard's music


  2. says:

    Hag's real life reads better than fiction I've read the book many times and heard the stories from him personally They still never get old Whether you are a country music fan or not you will enjoy this book just for the story


  3. says:

    I had no idea Merle Haggard knew such crazy people This book was hilarious Especially the parts about the crazy ex wife jumping out the car And Merle's obsession with Dolly Parton I laughed until I thought I might die


  4. says:

    Heck of a story Very honest and quite interesting There are parts in here where I just laughed out loud yet others where you can feel his pain


  5. says:

    My favorite singersongwriterhe has lived quite a life if your a fan you will love this book


  6. says:

    I'd always known Merle Haggard was important but I had the hardest time really getting into the bulk of his iconic discography I went to see him in concert 30 September 2003 at the now defunct Coyote's Music and Dance Hall in Louisville It was the first and only time I ever saw a show there where I could clearly hear each instrument That proved to me that it wasn't the venue to blame for the cacophony that I heard at all the other shows; it was instead attributable to inexperience Hag his Strangers and crew knew what they were doingThe same day as that show his Haggard Like Never Before album was released I'd bought a couple of his then recent albums and found I liked the sound Naturally this led me to buying the Down Every Road 1964 1996 box set I couldn't crack it I tried but those recordings just sounded toosedate I guess Try as I might I just could not get into the Merle Haggard that everyone else revered I was contented though that I could enjoy his recent worksIt stayed like that for than a decade until a couple months ago I was going through a prolonged depressive episode I found myself on a box set kick one week Sinatra Buffett Kenny Rogersand Hag Most of his music is autobiographical and of course I didn't grow up in the aftermath of the Great Depression I've never been a criminal and I've never served time in a maximum security prison so a lot of his songs I can only identify with allegorically rather than literallyBut something finally unlocked for me Maybe it's something I had to age into Maybe it's because of the state of mind I was in which incidentally was not healthy I can't say What I know is over the course of a few weeks I think I played that box set straight through no fewer than half a dozen times I played other Hag music in my library too but I needed the whole damn box set to really scratch that itch I decided that even though I'd begun reading Liv Ullmann's autobiography that I would do something unprecedented I would suspend the book I was reading so that I could get hold of and read Hag's memoirsNow I knew what I was getting myself into going into this book I'd already read similar works by Johnny Cash Man in Black Waylon Jennings Waylon George Jones I Lived to Tell It All and Willie Nelson Willie The Facts of Life Other Dirty Jokes The Tao of Willie Plus I'm a native KentuckianAnd yet I have to say that there were sections of this that turned my stomach On some level I suppose I admire the candor but there were too many instances where I felt I needed some commentary that these incidents were told with shame and regret than I found on the pages The hardest chapter for me to read was the fifth Dolly the Hobos In it Haggard recounts a brief period in his youth living with a woman in Oregon that came to an end when he attacked a gay man who had come onto him I can imagine how that section played to mainstream readers in 1981 but I like to believe that it would never have been approved for publication as is in 2014 There is one somewhat promising remarkAll I'd had from birds like Sherman was trouble and I guess I wanted Dolly to agree with me that he was a little strange She wouldn't She just accepted people for what they were and instead of admiring her for her tolerance I felt like she was doubting my ability to size up the situationThe fact that the promising remark opens with a term like birds is itself telling of course There's the suggestion that he had become open minded by the time of the writing but he never commits to that idea I had to let the book sit for three consecutive nights before I could touch it again after that chapter Later remarks about prison are also laced with homophobiaRace is clumsily though thankfully infrequently discussed The the word colored appears early in the book for instance I'm white so I don't get to be the one to decide how offensive those passages are They're casually racist as we define the term today Though they did make me uncomfortable there are mercifully few and they never blow up into anything outrageous Likewise there's some sexist language and his recounting of violence with his first wife Leona Hobbs is nothing short of appallingI suppose most of us thinking about Americans from his generation almost irrespective of geography are accustomed to such casualness about these matters That's not to excuse them I am trained in historical research and analysis though and these kinds of matters maddening though they are are something I've been instructed in acknowledging while avoiding being caught up in them Again though I'm a straight white guy so I'm not the right one to ask about how much a pass Haggard gets for these thingsOf the rest of the book I have to give Hag credit for having such an easy to read voice This is surely attributable to the book being taken from transcripts of interviews conducted by co writer Peggy Russell Haggard is a storyteller first and foremost and most anecdotes read like the adventures turned cautionary tales that they are Anyone who knows me in the slightest would probably characterize me as a goody two shoes so it may be a bit surprising that my naughtier side got a vicarious thrill out of some of his criminal escapades I loved stories of he and his friends borrowing cars for joyrides I don't deny there's a certain appeal to such stories though that's a far cry from endorsing actually doing these thingsI've always identified with people who can admit their shortcomings and mistakes I've tried to be such a person throughout my life Still when I got to the passage in which he recounted being disappointed at meeting Elvis Presley I had too say there was a pang of that for me with regards to this autobiography I knew he'd made mistakes early in life and all about his criminal endeavors; those didn't faze me I want to think that 33 years later he would talk of LGBTQ race and women thoughtfully than he wrote of them in 1981 Anyone who can be self aware enough to make the kind of progress chronicled in Sing Me Back Home is surely capable of just about anything


  7. says:

    Not a bad grade Not the complete story obviously I noticed that some of the songs quoted at the beginning‘s of chapters I did not know I am pretty familiar with his music but there are some songs I will going to go find and listen to I found it to be an honest portrait and I’m sure that it was not always easy writing that book There may be things left out also but it wasn’t too bad it was very interesting and places because I did not know he was raised in Bakersfield


  8. says:

    this was a beautiful representation of his life in no way did it go too deep it didn't get too information heavy it really flowed god damn did that dude go to jail a lot especially as child his incarceration stories are heartbreaking this book really clearly defined his ability to do hardened prison stories that felt real while still writing beautiful tender ballads


  9. says:

    This book certainly proves that Merle Haggard's life WAS a country song I always loved the songs he wrote considering them poetry than song The book doesn't gloss over his flaws; rather it portrays him as a small time criminal and a man who didn't treat women well Though I still love the music I found I didn't like the man as well after reading this


  10. says:

    I found it fairly boring Haggard was a delinquent in his youth and tells every delinquent story here Oh and he had a secret love for Dolly Parton I guess His second wife was a bridesmaid for his third wife It's all kind of weird really The Hag may write a boring book but he can sure write a good song and that's what counts Only wish he touched on the music in the book