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  • The Beatlesby Bob Spitz

    Little, Brown and Company 2012; US$ 23.18

    As soon as The Beatles became famous, the spin machine began to construct a myth--one that has continued to this day. But the truth is much more interesting, much more exciting, and much more moving. In this bestselling book, Bob Spitz has written the biography for which Beatles fans have long waited. 32 pages of b/w photos. more...

  • Too Much Too Youngby Sheila Whiteley

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 37.95

    Too Much Too Young investigates how age and gender have shaped the careers and images of pop music stars, examining the role of youth and youthfulness in pop music through a series of themed case studies. Whiteley begins by investigating the exploitation of child stars such as Brenda Lee and Michael Jackson, offering a psychoanalytic reading... more...

  • How the Beatles Rocked the Kremlinby Leslie Woodhead

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2013; US$ 14.99

    Imagine a world where Beatlemania was against the law-recordings scratched onto medical X-rays, merchant sailors bringing home contraband LPs, spotty broadcasts taped from western AM radio late in the night. This was no fantasy world populated by Blue Meanies but the USSR, where a vast nation of music fans risked repression to hear the defining... more...

  • Lady Gaga and Popular Music: Performing Gender, Fashion, and Cultureby Martin Iddon; Melanie L. Marshall

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 125.00

    This book is a multi-faceted, interdisciplinary examination of the music and figure of Lady Gaga, combining approaches from scholars in cultural studies, art, fashion, and music. It represents one of the first scholarly volumes devoted to Lady Gaga, who has become, over a few short years, central to both popular (and, indeed, populist) as well as... more...

  • Around the World with Justin Bieber - True Stories from Beliebers Everywhereby Sarah Oliver

    John Blake Publishing 2014; US$ 7.28

    IF YOU HAVE EVER DREAMT OF MEETING JUSTIN BIEBER THEN THIS IS THE BOOK FOR YOU! Author Sarah Oliver has the inside scoop from Justin?s biggest Beliebers from around the world, including all the gossip about what happened when they met Justin, Scooter and Kenny…and tour secrets you won?t hear anywhere else. Sophie from Iluka is the leader of the... more...

  • Jake Bugg - The Biographyby David Nolan

    John Blake Publishing 2014; US$ 11.65

    In a world of boy bands and manufactured pop, Jake Bugg?s simply-strummed tales of life on the council estate where he grew up have connected with music fans around the world. Bugg has turned the music industry inside out with the unexpected success of his country folk songs with a rockabilly twist. He?s managed to take the sounds of the 1950s and... more...

  • Danny O'Donoghue - The Biographyby David O'Dornan

    John Blake Publishing 2014; US$ 7.28

    Danny O?Donoghue is loved by millions around the world as the frontman of The Script.The Irish charmer is blessed with rugged good looks and a uniquely soulful voice. But success did not come quickly for the Dubliner – it took years of grafting to hit the big time. Danny was born to be a rock star. With no interest in education, his long path to... more...

  • Monstrous Operaby Charles Dill

    Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 29.95

    One of the foremost composers of the French Baroque operatic tradition, Rameau is often cited for his struggle to steer lyric tragedy away from its strict Lullian form, inspired by spoken tragedy, and toward a more expressive musical style. In this fresh exploration of Rameau's compositional aesthetic, Charles Dill depicts a much more complicated... more...

  • The Music Theory of Godfrey Winhamby Leslie David Blasius

    Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 29.95

    This book serves as an introduction to the work of Godfrey Winham, an influential figure in American music theory circles in the 1960s. Little published in his lifetime, Winham left behind, at his premature death in 1974, a massive collection of notes: correspondence, unfinished articles, sketches for books, etc. These notes were transcribed and deposited... more...

  • Wagner Androgyneby Jean-Jacques Nattiez; Stewart Spencer

    Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 47.50

    That Wagner conceived of himself creatively as both man and woman is central to an understanding of his life and art. So argues Jean-Jacques Nattiez in this richly insightful work, where he draws from semiology, music criticism, and psychoanalysis to explore such topics as Wagner's theories of music drama, his anti-Semitism, and his psyche. Wagner,... more...