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Girl Singer by Rosemary Clooney and Joan Barthel
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Oct 09, 2001 | ISBN 9780767905558

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Praise

Early Praise for Girl Singer:

"Hearing Rosemary Clooney sing is like a taste of honey; reading her book is a full and delicious meal."
–Stanley Donen

"A beautiful book. A beautiful American dream of a life, plus a large hunk of nightmare, plus the story of contemporary American popular music."
–Betty Comden

"To know Rosemary Clooney is to love her. After reading this book, you will, too."
–Tony Bennett

"Rosie dear, you’ve got it all. You’ve had it all. You must read this book to know it all."
–Dolores Hope

"Rosemary Clooney is one of the great singers of our time, a truly wonderful comedienne on and off the stage, and as good a friend as you could hope for. Girl Singer brings out all these qualities–and many more."
–Margaret Whiting

"Girl Singer is an extraordinary and heartbreaking book. This was my time in Hollywood, as it was Rosie’s, and it brought back a lot of memories."
–Joanne Woodward

"A great singer and a great lady, Rosemary Clooney now adds another jewel to her crown, that of great memoirist.  She gives us the best picture we have of an often misunderstood era in popular music, and she lets us see the exactitude of celebrity and the bounty it places on the soul."
–Gary Giddins, author of Visions of Jazz: The First Century

"Rosemary Clooney has been the outstanding girl singer of our century. Her autobiography is the vivid depiction of a fascinating life. I loved it!"
–Kathryn Crosby

"With all due respect, there just aren’t any more like her. As I have said before, she is the person I would love to live next door to."
–Maria Cole

"Girl Singer is startlingly honest and beautifully written. At times, this book will break your heart, but throughout, it will open your heart."
–Gavin de Becker, author of The Gift of Fear

"Not only is Rosemary Clooney ‘Girl Singer’–she is ‘Girl Everywoman.’ In other words, she is one hell of a person–and the book tells us all why."
–Janet Leigh

"Just as Rosemary’s voice has a unique, unforgettable quality all its own, so does her autobiography. In my book, she stands alone. A true American treasure."
–Ann Rutherford

"Rosemary Clooney’s eyes are illuminated by intelligence and mischief. Like her music, she is without guile or self-promotion. Amidst the hubbub of her stories, there are hints of longing, of missing people who nourished her in special intimate ways. These vanished citizens are the motors of the songs. In her autobiography, they are revealed and revered. And of course there’s the mischief and the music."
–Jonathan Schwartz

"This book is a must for all who have loved the talent of Rosemary Clooney over the years as I have. The essence of this wonderful lady is captured beautifully within these pages."
–RoseMarie

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