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This is the ultimate guide to the most popular form of music, which at its widest interpretation covers a spectrum of genres, from rock 'n' roll and soul to pop and funk. Divided into eras from Roots, through the Sixties to the Nineties, learn about the development of rock in the Sounds and Sources discussions before being introduced to the key artists of the time and their legacies. This book contains A-Z sections of artists and information on instruments, along with evocative photographs that complete the experience. Whether your a fan of Elvis or the Sex Pistols this is the book for you.
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Scotty Moore met Elvis Presley at Sun Studios, Memphis, in 1954, and became his guitarist for the next 14 years. Moore ran his own music studio in Nashville Music City Recorders studio, and has released many albums, including The Guitar That Changed The World!, All The King's Men and A Tribute To The King. He was inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2000, and has played with many of the greats of the guitar world, including Keith Richards, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton and Dave Gilmour. Michael Heatley edited the acclaimed History of Rock partwork (1981-84). He is the author of over 50 music biographies, ranging from Bon Jovi to Rolf Harris, as well as books on sport and TV. He has penned liner notes to more than 100 CD reissues, and written for magazines including Music Week, Billboard, Goldmine and Radio Times. Contributing authors: Richard Buskin, Alan Clayson, Joe Cushley, Rusty Cutchin, Jason Draper, Hugh Fielder, Mike Gent, Michael Heatley, Jake Kennedy, Colin Salter, Ian Shirley and John Tobler.
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Book Description Flame Tree Publishing, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB1844515214
Book Description Flame Tree Publishing, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1844515214