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Songs in the Key of Fife: The Intertwining Stories of The Beta Band, King Creosote, KT Tunstall, James Yorkston and the Fence Collective

by Vic Galloway

The East Neuk of Fife may seem like an unusual place for a musical revolution. However, in amongst the sleepy fishing villages and rolling fields, a small community of gifted musicians has quietly crept up on...


God Save the Kinks: A Biography

by Rob Jovanovic

In August 1964 The Kinks released their third single. After a little noticed debut and a follow-up that had failed to chart at all, Pye Records were threatening to annul the group’s contract. But with...


Intermediate Studies for Developing Artists on Trombone/Euphonium

by Howard Hilliard

(Meredith Music Resource). This text covers every possible style appropriate to an intermediate book for brass. It includes music from the 14th century up to the beginning of the 20th century from dozens of...


Recombo DNA: The Story of Devo, or How the '60s Became the '80s

by Kevin C. Smith

(Book). Devo may have become synonymous with the crass commercialism of '80s new wave, but many of their inspirations and guiding principles are firmly rooted in the idealism of the '60s. They took a willfully...


The Strat in the Attic: Thrilling Stories of Guitar Archaeology

by Deke Dickerson & Jonathan Kellerman

Guitar sleuth and music-history detective Deke Dickerson tells the true tales of 50 thrilling rare guitar finds that will make guitarists green with envy. A golden Fender Stratocaster hidden away in an attic...


The Bluffer's Guide to Jazz

by Paul Barnes

From 'riffs' to 'rhythms', and the difference between 'Acid Jazz' and 'Big Band Jazz', The Bluffer's Guide to Jazz contains everything you need to give your conversation that certain 'sax' appeal.


Love Him Madly: An Intimate Memoir of Jim Morrison

by Judy Huddleston & Pamela Des Barres

Chronicling a young woman’s four-year relationship with the lead singer of the Doors, this intensely intimate memoir provides a direct and unprecedented view of the late-1960s Los Angeles subculture. When...


David Starkey's Music and Monarchy

by David Starkey

For the kings and queens of England, a trumpet fanfare or crash of cymbals could be as vital a weapon as a cannon. Showcasing a monarch's power, prestige and taste, music has been the lifeblood of many a royal...


Derek Bailey and the Story of Free Improvisation

by Ben Watson

This brilliant biography of the cult guitar player will likely cause you to abandon everything you thought you knew about jazz improvisation, post-punk and the avant-garde. Derek Bailey was at the top of his...


The Stage's Glory: John Rich (1692-1761)

by Jeremy Barlow, Berta Joncus & Olive Baldwin

John Rich (1692-1761) was a profoundly influential figure of the eighteenth-century London stage. As producer, manager and performer, he transformed the urban entertainment market, creating genres and promotional...


Giovanni Battista Rubini and the Bel Canto Tenors: History and Technique

by Dan H. Marek

Giovanni Battista Rubini (1794-1854) was a legendary tenor and the first 19th-century non-castrati male singer to become an international star of opera. The previous two centuries had been the era of the castrati,...


The Classical Revolution: Thoughts on New Music in the 21st Century

by John Borstlap

The Classical Revolution is an accessible and informative polemic for music lovers with an interest in the meaning of classical music in general, and the classical tradition in particular which seems to be re-emerging...


Experiencing Mozart: A Listener's Companion

by David Schroeder

Experiencing Mozart sets out to make his music as accessible as possible to a larger audience. A carefully selected set of topics and key works from the many genres in which he wrote shows the great composer...


In Her Own Words: Conversations with Composers in the United States

by Jennifer Kelly

Women's voices on musical composition, creativity, and gender


Scotty and Elvis: Aboard the Mystery Train

by Scotty Moore & James L. Dickerson

When Elvis Presley first showed up at Sam Phillips's Memphis-based Sun Records studio, he was a shy teenager in search of a sound. Phillips invited a local guitarist named Scotty Moore to stand in. Scotty listened...


The Routledge Companion to Music and Visual Culture

by Tim Shephard & Anne Leonard

As a coherent field of research, the field of music and visual culture has seen rapid growth in recent years. The Routledge Companion to Music and Visual Culture serves as the first comprehensive reference on...


Relentless: The Memoir

by Yngwie J. Malmsteen

The rock-and-roll memoir of one of the world's greatest guitarists

Yngwie Malmsteen's revolutionary guitar style-combining elements of classical music with the speed and volume of heavy metal-made him a staple...


Stretching Exercises for Guitarists

by Gareth Evans

Stretching Exercises for Guitarists is a compact guide that can be used as part of a healthy and productive practice regime. All 30 exercises are demonstrated with over 40 professionally hand-drawn illustrations...


It's Only Rock 'n' Roll

by Jo Wood

In this wild, behind-the-scenes portrait of one of the biggest rock bands in history, Jo Wood comes clean about her three decades as the girlfriend and eventually the wife of Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie...


The Musical Legacy of Wartime France

by Leslie A. Sprout

For the three forces competing for political authority in France during World War II, music became the site of a cultural battle that reflected the war itself. German occupying authorities promoted German music...