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America : Bert Sommer

There were some amazing talents who performed at Woodstock, who did not catch the limelight or get into either of the Woodstock films, or any of the records either. 130 more words

Charles Elffers

Al Kooper.

Al Kooper, was one of the very important members of the Rock family, though he is not well known, this may well be because he tended to help set up a band and leave before the band became popular. 572 more words

Rock History

9. Toby Thompson "Positively Main Street; An Unorthodox View of Bob Dylan"

One Sentence Review:

A beginner’s guide to becoming Bob Dylan

Extended Review:

I’ve read a lot of books about Bob Dylan but I can honestly say I’ve never ready anything like this before. 334 more words

Autobiography by Morrissey

It is a key belief of my that it is important to, occasionally, read bad books. Otherwise, how is one to retain a sense of ones own potentiality for publication? 686 more words

Book Review

A Trip Down Espedair Street

Two days ago I decided to kill myself.

On hearing the sad news about author Iain Banks and talking about it at work, I realised that I was completely void of an IB experience.

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Book Review

Danko Jones biography "Too Much Trouble" - featuring my photos

The other day, I got another package all the way from the land of (some of) my ancestors, Sweden. It contained two copies of the book… 288 more words


Who I Am: Pete Townshend’s refreshingly candid biography deconstructs Tommy and his entire career

Pete Townshend’s Who I Am proves that a rock autobiography can exist as more than just revisionist history, actually examining in detail what made the music matter, not just to us as listeners but to the artist as creator. 523 more words

Classic Rock