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The first full biography of Ravi Shankar, India's most important cultural figure of the past century.
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A reissue of Jon Savage's landmark exploration of the key highs, lows and revolutionary moments of 1966, a defining year in global pop cultural history.
Format: Hard Cover
The dramatic story of a musician and artist whose unconventional journey to international success was far more important than her family name.
A definitive insight into the ever-influential world of Mark E. Smith and the Fall, featuring never-before published essays and ephemera from fans, collectors and the artist and band themselves.
A revelatory and very personal exploration of Indian classical music from 'one of his generation's best writers' (Guardian).
A beautifully illustrated biography of the artist and his music, told through the many items of facsimile memorabilia, documents, posters, and concert tickets that are reproduced on the page.
In Bob Dylan: The Stories Behind the Songs, 1962-69, Andy Gill analyzes Dylan's most famous output in detail.
A brand new look at the folk music tradition in England, a hugely readable social history of the phenomenon.
Bessie Smith: singer, icon, pioneer. Scotland's National Poet Jackie Kay brings to life the tempestuous story of the greatest blues singer who ever lived.
The compelling story of Mahler's titanic Eighth Symphony.