Sorry, James Brown, but Marv Albert is the hardest workin' man in show business. Now the longtime voice of the New York Knicks, the New York Rangers, various New York college teams, and many national sports events steps forward to tell all. Well, not "all", just the funny parts. The dry wit that Albert employs throughout his broadcasts translates well to paper. The introduction by Albert buddy David Letterman jump-starts this anecdotal autobiography with an overview of Marv and Dave's "Fear and Loathing" years on the road together. Yeah, right, Dave. Albert began his career in sports as a general gofer in the employ of the Brooklyn Dodgers. He says it was a difficult career decision to stay behind when the Bums moved to Los Angeles. His mom said no. He was 13. Albert's anecdotes encompass not only his career but also those of such other broadcasters as Bob Costas, Jack Buck, and, of course, Albert's broadcasting brothers, Al and Steve. He relates the peculiarities of his dozens of partners, including Ferdie Pacheco, the fight doctor; Mike Fratello, the Czar of the Telestrator; and Joe Namath. A wonderful book, filled with laughter and good humor and absolutely certain to be in demand among sports fans.