On the Road with the Ramones Monte Melnick, Frank Meyer
Publisher: Bobcat Books
Thanks to Peggi Fournier for the heads-up on this sad, funny entertaining book. Thunder's Mouth Press 2000, ISBN 1-56025-252-9 * Hey Ho Let's Go – The Story Of The Ramones by Everett True. Joey Ramone's been dead for more than a decade but his legacy lives on -- literally. 6 on our list of the 10 Best Ramones Songs), 'Road to Ruin' was the pinnacle of their poppiness. Road Cat | 8 months ago Collapse. An interview with Ramones tour manager of 22 years, Monte Melnick. Listen to 'I Wanna Be Sedated'. Monte Melnik was The Ramones' road manager from their New York club days in the 1970s to their farewell gigs in 1996. He was there from the beginning and he saw it all. �I talked to my son's doctor and explained the opportunity and that I could bring my family out on the road and even hire a nurse,” Ramone tells the Great Southern Brainfart music blog. I'm hatin' on Johnny even more as i read Monte's book. All sorts Julie Andrews, Dolly Parton, the Ramones among Grammy lifetime achievement honoree . Since the band were road dogs, what was it like being on the road with The Ramones? 'I Wanna Be Sedated,' one of their most popular songs, is the album's hook-stuffed centerpiece. Of course the graffiti was put in later. Such a pleasure reading this one after reading Johnny "I'm a Turd" Ramones' book. Moments of greatness, moments of pain, boredom, and suffering. This is a real photo of the Raqmoes taken in the NYC swbway. The road was like everything else.