• Scram Magazine: "Seattle's best-known collector tells all... entertaining memoir will ring the chimes of readers who have squirreled away life's musical reminders."
  • Midwest Book Review: "A lively blend of music history and first-person adventure, in the search for elusive music memorabilia...an inviting, fun read."
  • Three Imaginary Girls: "Blecha is one of us, a mad collector of sounds and secret histories..."
  • Cincinnati CityBeat: "Blecha shares his true-life adventures as an Indiana Jones in search of pop culture antiquities."
  • twistandshout.com: "A music collector with many tales to tell. Delight in his adventures, marvel at his fearless tracking of artifacts..."
  • Nashvillecitypaper.com: "Blecha describes his adventures in collecting with blend of humor, amazement and understatement, fully conveying his love for music..."
  • Art Blog News: "Blecha's slim paperback has an unassuming black cover, but for rock 'n' roll buffs, it's a great read."
  • Music Connection: "Blecha explains the joys and frustrations of collecting, and the importance of preserving pieces of music history..."
  • China Standard: "...memoir offers anecdotes about the high-rolling world of rock memorabilia auctions and flea-market crawls that sometimes unearth historical wonders."
  • Seattle Magazine: "DIG THIS TALE ...Blecha weaves his own life story...in with candid recollections of his adventures scouring the planet."
  • The Oregonian: "Blecha searched through garages, auction catalogues and on eBay to acquire the most significant music memorabilia in recent history."
  • King County Libraries: Blecha is "the NW's reigning guru on all things musical."
  • Seattle Post-Intelligencer: "Blecha deserves a place in Northwest music history for his important role in preserving its history and promoting its legacy."
  • KirkusReviews.com: "Egregiously dull"