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- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 39.95
Authorship Roles in Popular Music applies the critical concept of auteur theory to popular music via different aspects of production and creativity. Through critical analysis of the music itself, this book contextualizes key concepts of authorship relating to gender, race, technology, originality, uniqueness, and genius and raises important questions... more...
- Publish on Demand Global LLC 2014; US$ 9.99
In the 1950s, Cleveland, Ohio was the number one music city in the world. It was in Cleveland that DJ Alan Freed first coined the term "ock and roll" and it was in Cleveland that the teenage Henry M. Niedzwiecki, aka The Ol? Doowopper, grew up with a ringside seat to the birth of rock and roll or doo-wop music. Growing Up Rocking is more than just... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2015; US$ 20.99
Over the decades, AC/DC has carved out a unique niche in the rock world. Thanks to their stubborn refusal to alter their aggressive, in-your-face style that has been their stock in trade, they have emerged as one of the essential cornerstones of contemporary hard rock. Frank, humorous, and accurate, this full-blooded biography takes a look this tenacious... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2015; US$ 8.99
In Aerosmith , Martin Huxley chronicles the fall and the rise of rock's greatest band. Read about the origins of mega rockstars Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Brad Whitford, and Joey Kramer--from the group's near break-up to their path of success that would eventually lead to them to Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. more...
- St. Martin's Press 2015; US$ 19.99
Sound, throb, and a long low wail of pure, hard pain...Nine Inch Nails. The world's most disturbing rock band is in effect one man singer and songwriter Trent Reznor. Since stealing the show during the original Lollapalooza tour in 1991, NIN has limned the hard edge of the techno revolution. In Reznor's desperate, combative persona and disarrayed... more...
- Urbane Publications Limited 2014; US$ 0.99
The Song of the Soul charts the musical life of Geordie singer-songwriter Martin Stephenson, covering his work with the Daintees and as a widely respected solo artist. Richard Cundill and Mark Bradley have created a compelling account of the career of one of England?s finest songwriters. Feted by his fans, but criminally overlooked in much of the... more...
- Abrams 2012; US$ 19.95
Set on 700 acres of rolling farm hills in Manchester, Tennessee, Bonnaroo is a four-day music and camping festival that draws in over 80,000 fans every summer. Featuring over 120 musical performances, along with comedy, cinema, sustainability workshops, and more, the grounds are converted into a virtual city of music and art. With over 200 photographs... more...
- ECW Press 2016; US$ 13.99
Joel Plaskett has earned an awful lot of honourifics in his career so far, counting folk hero, indie darling, and national treasure among them. And thats just since the Halifax musician started making records of his own in 1999. For a decade before that, he was one-quarter of Thrush Hermit, a band of scrappy Superchunk disciples who became hard-rock... more...
- Faber & Faber 2016; US$ 21.87
Think 'Woodstock' and the mind turns to the seminal 1969 festival that crowned a seismic decade of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. But Woodstock itself was over 60 miles from the site to which the fabled half a million flocked. So why the misnomer? Quite simply, Woodstock was already a key location in the Sixties rock landscape, the tiny Catskills... more...