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  • The Rolling Stones: The Origin of the Speciesby Alan Clayson

    Chrome Dreams 2007; US$ 12.00

    The early history of the Rolling Stones—long shrouded in myth and confusion as a result of 40 years of the rock and roll lifestyle—is made clear in this concise account. Chronicling the band members from boyhood through the band's first record, cut in 1963, this biography contains rare photographs and never before published interviews with family... more...

  • Led Zeppelin: The Origin of the Speciesby Alan Clayson

    Chrome Dreams 2006; US$ 12.00

    Proving that a band is truly the sum of its parts, this music history traces the influences and experiences that would later converge to form Led Zeppelin. Every recording and live session made by the future band members is traced and woven into a rich and insightful web of influences that contains a complete family tree of their musical and professional... more...

  • Keith Moon: Instant Partyby Alan Clayson; Rob Johnstone

    Chrome Dreams 2005; US$ 12.00

    Renowned party animal and phenomenal drummer for The Who, Keith Moon lived fast and died young. Not a typical biography, this compendium of stories, facts, photos, and analysis is divided up by subject and details all aspects of Moon's personal and professional life. Among the topics discussed are his promising film career, his unique drumming style,... more...

  • The Walrus Was Ringoby Alan Clayson; Spencer Leigh

    Chrome Dreams 2003; US$ 12.00

    Fact is separated from fiction in this unique study of the Beatles, as myths are debunked and commonly held beliefs about the Fab Four are proven false. Popular convictions that John Lennon was a working-class hero, that Lennon and McCartney never recorded again after the Abbey Road sessions in 1970, and that Paul McCartney's original title for... more...

  • Womanby Alan Clayson; Barb Jungr; Robb Johnson

    Chrome Dreams 2004; US$ 12.00

    This riveting exposé of Yoko Ono covers her early life growing up as the eldest daughter of a wealthy Japanese family and her personal experience as a result of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima at the end of the World War II. Detailed are her move to New York for schooling during the 1950s, her first marriage to a composer, and her early days... more...

  • John Lydon: Stories of Johnnyby Rob Johnstone; Alan McGee; Greil Marcus; Kris Needs; Alan Clayson

    Chrome Dreams 2007; US$ 12.00

    A set of stand-alone essays written by the cream of rock music's commentators—among them Rob Johnstone, Clinton Heylin, Legs McNeill, Greil Marcus, Kris Needs, Judy Nylon, Alan Clayson, and Nigel Williamson—this work could well be the final word on the symbol of 1970 punk they once called "Rotten." Love him or hate him, 30 years after the release... more...

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