Leisure Books, New York, 1980
The blurb on the back:
When Reta Freedland first worked with Keats in the sixties, he was a rock star with the world at his feet. But booze, drugs and a messy divorce had sent him on a steady downhill slide. Now Reta's assignment was to bring the brilliant, erratic musician together with Buck Walker, grand old man of country music, to cut an album that could put Keats back at the top of the charts.
Oh God, I don't know. Life's too short for me to read the damn thing.
ENTERTAINMENT VALUE: 1/5
HIPNESS QUOTIENT: 1/5