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You Don't Have To Say You Love Me

by Simon Napier-Bell

You probably know Simon Napier-Bell as the manager of the Yardbirds. Or you may know him as the man who managed Marc Bolan, or Japan. You should definitely know him as the man who managed Wham! And if none of...


The Voice of the Blues: Classic Interviews from Living Blues Magazine

by Jim O'Neal & Amy van Singel

The Voice of the Blues brings together interviews with many pioneering blues men including Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, Jimmy Reed, B.B. King, and many others.


Paul Is Dead? The case of the double Beatle

by Glauco Cartocci

For years we’ve been saying that there’s a Great Mystery in the history of Rock’n’Roll. One of the 20th Century’s most outstanding stories, concerning the alleged death of Paul McCartney and his subsequent...


101 Interesting Facts on the Wanted: Learn about the Boy Band

by Kevin Snelgrove

Do you like British boy band The Wanted? Have you followed their career from when they first formed in 2009 through to the current day? Would you like to find out more about Max, Siva, Jay, Tom and Nathan? If...


The Riot Grrrl Collection

by Lisa Darms, Kathleen Hanna & Johanna Fateman

The original manifestos, calls to arms, and rallying cries of the Riot Grrrl revolution, collected here for the first time.


Detroit Rock City: The Uncensored History of Rock 'n' Roll in America's Loudest City

by Steve Miller

The definitive account of rock in the city that has produced louder, prouder, more in-your-face rock than anywhere else on Earth


George Jones: King of Broken Hearts

by The Tennessean

George Jones has been called one of country music's greatest singers. Jones' voice "held the bracing power, the sweetness and the burn of an evening's final pull from a bourbon bottle," as Tennessean music columnist...


Studying the Dead: The Grateful Dead Scholars Caucus, An Informal History

by Nicholas G. Meriwether

This book provides an informal history of the Grateful Dead Caucus and explores its significance as a scholarly community, focusing on its increasing self-awareness, its ability to span diverse disciplinary...


Empire of Song: Europe and Nation in the Eurovision Song Contest

by Dafni Tragaki

Essays in Empire of Song adopt theoretical and epistemological orientations in their exploration of “popular music” within ethnomusicology and critical musicology, questioning the idea of “Europe” and...


Philosophizing Rock Performance: Dylan, Hendrix, Bowie

by Wade Hollingshaus

In Philosophizing Rock Performance: Dylan, Hendrix, Bowie, Wade Hollingshaus capitalizes on this notion by embracing a set of historiographical logics that re-imagine these three artists. Noting how Dylan, Hendrix,...


Elgar's Third Symphony

by Anthony Payne

Elgar's Third Symphony has long been one of the great unknowns of twentieth-century music. Commissioned in 1932 by the BBC, it appeared fragmentary and disorganized when Elgar died in 1934. A few months before...


Music Education in Crisis: The Bernarr Rainbow Lectures and Other Assessments

by Peter Dickinson

There is no question that music education is in crisis today. The place of music in the national curriculum is controversial; there have been cuts in the provision of individual lessons; and there have been...


The Art of Practicing: A Guide to Making Music from the Heart

by Madeline Bruser & Yehudi Menuhin

This landmark book enlightens amateur and professional musicians about a way of practicing that transforms a sometimes frustrating, monotonous, and overly strenuous labor into an exhilarating and rewarding experience....


Jazz and Machine-Age Imperialism: Music, "Race," and Intellectuals in France, 1918-1945

by Jeremy F. Lane

Jeremy F. Lane's Jazz and Machine-Age Imperialism is a bold challenge to the existing homogenous picture of the reception of American jazz in world-war era France. Lane's book closely examines the reception...


Piano Lessons for Beginners: Teach Yourself How to Play Piano (Free Video Available)

by LearnToPlayMusic.com & Gary Turner

Teach yourself how to play piano with our easy piano lessons for beginners. Covers the important techniques required to learn to play the piano including how to play piano chords, piano notes and beginner piano...


Beginner Bass Guitar Lessons - Progressive: Teach Yourself How to Play Bass Guitar

by LearnToPlayMusic. com & Gary Turner

Learn bass guitar with easy-to-follow electric bass lessons for beginners.

*** This eBook edition features free online video and audio for every example. You can see and hear how each is played by a teacher,...


Beginner Drum Lessons - Progressive: Teach Yourself How to Drum

by LearnToPlayMusic. com & Peter Gelling

Teach yourself how to play drums with easy-to-follow drum lessons, carefully designed for the beginner to learn to play the drums.

*** This eBook edition features free online video and audio for every example....


Watermelon Wine: The Spirit of Country Music

by Frye Gaillard

Originally published in 1978, Watermelon Wine received honest, unsentimental examination of the compassion as well as the passion behind authentic country music. A quarter-century later, the essays in the book...


Acoustic Guitar Styles

by Larry Sandberg

First Published in 2002


Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air: Legends of West Texas Music

by Christopher J. Oglesby

From Buddy Holly and the Crickets to the Flatlanders, Terry Allen, and Natalie Maines, Lubbock, Texas, has produced songwriters, musicians, and artists as prolifically as cotton, conservatives, and windstorms....