1981, earlier paperback edition, measures about 5" x 8".
Condition: Good, large marker name on inside frontispiece. Book is off - square in terms of the spine-to-front angle no longer 90 degrees. Some discoloration, still solid overall, moderate cover blemishes front and back. Nicely illustrated with a number of black and white images.
Feel Like Going Home - most chapters consist of single-subject studies of American roots-music artists. Guralnick openly reveres his interview subjects, which isn't to imply that he fawns over them. The likes of bluesmen Howlin' Wolf and Johnny Shines, incorrigible rock & roller Jerry Lee Lewis, and, in particular, moody man-without-a-genre talent Charlie Rich (who was inspired to write a song called "Feel Like Going Home" based on this book--it's the final song on his final album) come across as knotty, vivid, complex characters.