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The Who - Maximum R&B, Fifth Edition
by Richard Barnes
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
Fusing black American rock with London's mod sixties style, The Who remains a potent force in rock and roll even after almost 40 years. This colorful pictorial, first published in 1982, draws on the author's inside viewpoint and features over  [ more ]

  
Brian Jones by Alan Clayson
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
Brian Jones as legend and icon is familiar to generations of rock fans, but the reality of his life and what he achieved has been less visible. Granted godlike status alongside giants like Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, and Janis Joplin,  [ more ]

  
Room Full of Mirrors
A Biography of Jimi Hendrix
by Charles R. Cross
Hardcover
Retail Price: $9.99 
Coinciding with the 35th anniversary of Jimi Hendrix's tragic death in 1970, Room Full of Mirrors is the definitive biography of rock 'n' roll's greatest guitarist. Meticulously researched and based on more than 300 interviews with those who knew him  [ more ]

  
Tarantula by Bob Dylan
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
Bob Dylan wrote Tarantula in 1966. It existed for years only in dog-eared bootleg copies, but was eventually published in 1971. The book captures the tone and spirit of the turbulent times in which it was written.  [ more ]

  
Scars of Sweet Paradise
The Life and Times of Janis Joplin
by Alice Echols
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
Janis Joplin was the "skyrocket chick" of the sixties, the woman who broke into the boys' club of rock and out of the stifling good-girl femininity of postwar America. With her incredible wall-of-sound vocals, Joplin was the voice of a  [ more ]

  
Moon - The Life and Death of a Rock Legend
by Tony Fletcher
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
Keith Moon was the bad boy of rock & roll, the most manic member of an aggressive and fabulously successful band, a full-throttle hedonist who lived at the center of an unending party. He was also a musical genius who  [ more ]

  
Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
Bob Dylan, the Early Years
by Andy Gill
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
This book provides an insightful companion to Dylan's 1960s recordings, tracing the people, places, and events behind some of his greatest songs and revealing his many early influences, from rock and folk music to philosophy and symbolist poetry.  [ more ]

  
Wouldn't It Be Nice
Brian Wilson and the Making of the Beach Boys' Pet Sounds
by Charles L. Granata
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
This illuminating book offers unique insight into the making of the seminal album Pet Sounds, revealing the intimate processes that went into its creation and featuring brand-new interviews with key players. From conception and composition to arrangement and production, the  [ more ]

  
Positively 4th Street
The Lives and Times of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Mimi Baez Farina and Richard Farina
by David Hajdu
Trade Paperback
Retail Price: $9.99 
When twenty-five-year-old Bob Dylan wrecked his motorcycle near Woodstock in 1966 and dropped out of the public eye, he was already recognized as a genius, a youth idol with an acid wit and a barbwire throat; and Greenwich Village, where  [ more ]

  
All Yesterdays' Parties
The Velvet Underground in Print, 1966-1971
by Clinton Heylin
Hardcover
Retail Price: $9.99 
The Velvet Underground are among the most influential bands of all time. Their trademark sound is easily detected in David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Talking Heads, R.E.M., Jane?s Addiction, Yo La Tengo, Luna, and the Strokes, and they are also credited  [ more ]


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