rock n roll myths the true stories behind the most infamous legends

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Rock N Roll Myths

Author : Gary Graff
ISBN : 9780760342305
Genre : Music
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Explores over sixty years of myths and legends surrounding rock music's top artists, revealing whether "The Wall" syncs up with "The Wizard of Oz" and if Brian Jones' death was really an accident, among other rock lore.

The Encyclopedia Of Dead Rock Stars

Author : Jeremy Simmonds
ISBN : 9781556527548
Genre : Music
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A guide to dead rock musicians from 1965 through 2006, organized chronologically, provides a brief biography of each performer and describes how they met their end.

Neil Young

Author : Daniel Durchholz
ISBN : 9781610604536
Genre : Music
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Neil Young has been described as brilliant, cantankerous, enigmatic, and vexing. Regardless, his generation-spanning fan base and his profound musical influence cannot be denied. While a number of narrative titles have chronicled Neil Young in one manner or another, this is the first illustrated history to span his 41 studio albums, 6 live releases, and 40-plus years as a recording and touring musician. From Young's earliest days in the Canadian rock scene through his tenures with Buffalo Springfield and CSNY and on to his varied solo career, each aspect of the musician's career is covered. Photography from rock photographers of the 1960s to the present, as well as concert posters and memorabilia from around the world, are complemented by commentary from notable musicians around the world and a discography.

Detroit Rock City

Author : Steve Miller
ISBN : 9780306820656
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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From the Stooges and MC to the White Stripes, Eminem, and Kid Rock, this account of rock in Detroit, which has always produced more subversive rock music than any city in the world, presents stories from the participants themselves.

The History Of Rock N Roll In Ten Songs

Author : Greil Marcus
ISBN : 9780300187373
Genre : Music
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Selects ten songs recorded between 1956 and 2008 that embody rock and roll as a thing in itself--in the story each song tells, inhabits, and creates in its legacy.

Jumpin Jack Flash

Author : Keiron Pim
ISBN : 9781448180011
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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'REVELATORY.' - DAILY TELEGRAPH ***** David Litvinoff (1928–75) was ‘one of the great mythic characters of ‘60s London’ – outrageous, possessed of a lightning wit and intellect, dangerous to know, always lurking in the shadows as the spotlight shone on his famous friends. Flitting between the worlds of music, art and crime, he exerted a hidden influence that helped create the Kray twins’ legend and Lucian Freud’s reputation as a man never to be crossed; connected the Rolling Stones with London’s dark side; redirected Eric Clapton’s musical career; and shaped the plot of the classic film Performance by revealing his knowledge of the city’s underworld, a decision that put his life in danger. Litvinoff’s determination to live without trace means that his life has always eluded biographers, until now. This extraordinary feat of research entailed 100 interviews over five years, with everyone from Eric Clapton and Marianne Faithfull to James Fox and ‘Mad’ Frankie Fraser: the result is by turns wickedly funny, appalling, revelatory and moving, and epic in its scope as it traces a rogue’s progress at the interface of bohemia and criminality from the early Fifties to the Seventies. It is also an account of Keiron Pim’s determined pursuit of Litvinoff’s ghost, which took him from London to Wales and Australia in a quest to reveal one of British pop culture’s last great untold stories.

On The Road

Author : Jack Kerouac
ISBN : 0142437255
Genre : Fiction
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Follows the counterculture escapades of members of the Beat generation as they seek pleasure and meaning while traveling coast to coast.

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