Greil Marcus of Berkeley, California, writes, “There are various things I’ve noticed—almost all of the sex 'n' drugs stuff in Cocksucker Blues [p. 20] was staged. And Crawdaddy! [p. 25] was started in Boston in 1965, though no one outside of Boston ever heard of Crawdaddy! when it was there.” Greil offers further elucidation on the death of Albert Goldman [p. 48]: “What happened was this: Goldman was supposed to fly to London from Miami to do a BBC interview. When he got to the airport he found he had a, shock, the horror, the shame, business class ticket, not first class. He threw a fit, had the airline call the BBC, threw another fit over the phone, got his ticket, got on board. Plane takes off, he has a heart attack, and the person next to him gets to spend the next eight hours with a corpse. Just like reading one of his books.” Finally, Greil notes of the entry for the word “axe” [p. 6], which we say specifically denotes a guitar, “Imbecelic a term it may be, but it’s a standard jazz term for any instrument—sax, drums, piano, etc.” Exquisitely snobby! Thanks, Greil!