David Paton first gained recognition as the lead singer and writer of the group Pilot and we..
Status Quo in the 1980s examines Quo’s music at its most vulnerable and experimental, during..
Featuring a foreword by Johnny Mathis.
Authorised by Mathis and including fresh insights from..
Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith quickly transformed from introspective studio obsessives with The H..
After the singularity of Astral Weeks in 1968, the 1970s were the formative years for the solo ca..
This is a journey through Kiss’s most eventful decade. It is the story of the four men behind the..
In Electronically Yours, Martyn Ware (Human League, Heaven 17, BEF) takes us through his inc..
In Michael Hann's engaging book Denim And Leather, stars tell their own stories and chart how, ov..
With insightful analysis and witty objectivity, Richard Butterworth appraises afresh Pink Floyd's..
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds On Track delves into the music and lyrics of every track in The Bad S..
Coinciding with Cherry Red Records' reissue of Modern Eon's Fiction Tales (1981), writer and musi..
Brian Eno is arguably one of the most influential musicians working in rock music. Starting out a..
A track-by-track analysis of all CCR’s recorded output, in which Tony Thompson rolls up the sleev..
The Journey Internal, a Graphic Novel is based on the songs of SiX By SiX, and is the result of a..
Sheffield in the late-1970s was isolated from what was happening in London in the same way that L..
A series of hugely inventive albums, including the infamous Trout Mask Replica, and some legendar..
Alan Draper traces the ever-diverging and re-emerging paths of the core four Stackridge songwrite..
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