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Jan.29.2008
Turn! Turn! Turn!: The 1960s Folk-Rock Revolution is the first volume of the first comprehensive history of one of the greatest movements in rock music, drawing upon interviews with more than 100 musicians, producers, managers, and journalists involved in the music. The book covers the birth and...
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Jan.29.2008
The Unreleased Beatles: Music and Film details the incredible wealth of music the Beatles recorded that they did not release, as well as musical footage of the group that hasn't been made commercially available. The 400-page, 8 1/2" X 11"-sized, illustrated book examines all unreleased...
Neil Young: Reflections in Broken Glass
Jan.12.2008
Marking the new millennium, MOJO magazine launched a series of small hardback books, ‘MOJO Heroes,’ aimed at providing a concise but authoritative introduction to artists whom the editors of revered music magazine admired. Sylvie Simmons’ book on Neil Young, the second in the series, features...
Serge Gainsbourg: A Fistful Of Gitanes
Jan.12.2008
The long-awaited English biography of the man who made the best and most sampled, concept album of all time (Histoire De Melody Nelson), invented French reggae, punk and rap, fathered actress Charlotte Gainsbourg and told Whitney Houston, on live, prime-time French TV that he wanted to fuck her. “I...
Never Mind the Pollacks: A Rock and Roll Novel
Dec.05.2007
The most important document in the history of rock ‘n’ roll since the liner notes to Killroy Was Here. (This paperback includes a new P.S. section with author interviews, insights, features, suggested readings, and more.) Never Mind the Pollacks, the first novel from acclaimed humorist Neal Pollack...