AUDIO: John Sellers, author of Perfect From Now On

Friday, June 1st, 2007

By Larry Smith

John_Sellers_author_photo.jpgListen to an audio interview with John Sellers on:
• Why a 34-year-old guy is obsessed with music to the detriment of work, relationships, and health. [3:10]

• Influences, and the inevitable comparisons to High Fidelity. [2:39]

• On Built to Spill and other bands that comprise the soundtrack of his life (and get somewhat short shrift in the book). [2:58)

Read an excerpt from Perfect From Now On.

Buy Perfect From Now On on Amazon.

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