MUSIC WE LIKE (MOSTLY)

The titles in this category are all about the different kinds of music we like. Well, mostly.

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  1. So Many Roads

    So Many Roads: The Life and Times of the Grateful Dead

    $30.00

    Fifty years after they first came together and changed the sound of rock 'n' roll, the Grateful Dead remain one of rock's most beloved bands—a musical and cultural phenomenon that spans generations and paved the way for everything from the world of jam bands and the idea of independently released music to social networking. Much has been written about the band, but nothing quite as vibrant and vivid as So Many Roads. Learn More
  2. Song Reader

    Song Reader

    $34.00

    In the wake of Modern Guilt and The Information, Beck’s latest project comes in an almost-forgotten form—twenty songs existing only as individual pieces of sheet music, never before released or recorded. Learn More
  3. Songbook

    Songbook

    $30.00

    What will people think if you play Van Morrison at your funeral? When was the last time you listened to Pet Sounds? How does a mandolin solo illustrate or clarify the plight of Eskimos, anyway? Learn More
  4. Sound In Z

    Sound in Z: Experiments in Sound and Electronic Music in Early 20th-Century Russia

    $38.00

    Sound in Z supplies the astounding and long-lost chapter in the early story of electronic music: the Soviet experiment, a chapter that runs from 1917 to the late 1930s. Learn More
  5. Sound System Culture

    Sound System Culture: Celebrating Huddersfield's Sound Systems

    $34.99

    The British town of Huddersfield, nestled within the Pennine hills of West Yorkshire, has played an important role in the history of UK sound system culture. Learn More
  6. The Southern Journey of Alan Lomax

    Southern Journey of Alan Lomax: Words, Photographs, and Music

    $35.00

    A new look at the legendary folklorist and his work. Learn More
  7. Sub Pop USA

    Sub Pop USA: The Subterranean Pop Music Anthology, 1980–1988

    $34.95

    In 1979, Bruce Pavitt moved to Olympia, WA, and began programming a show called Subterranean Pop on local community radio station KAOS-FM. Inspired by Olympia’s guide to independent music, OP Magazine, Pavitt launched a fanzine version of Subterranean Pop, focusing on music with a punk, new wave, and experimental bent. Calvin Johnson of K Records joined the fanzine’s staff in 1980, beginning with the second issue. Learn More
  8. Swedish Death Metal

    Swedish Death Metal

    $34.95

    The ultimate blow-by-blow account of Sweden's legendary death metal underground. Learn More
  9. The Beautiful & The Damned

    The Beautiful And The Damned: Punk Photographs by Ann Summa

    $39.95

    When photographer Ann Summa arrived in Los Angeles in 1978, the city’s punk scene was still fresh, diverse, smart, utterly original—and fertile territory for a young photographer. The Beautiful & the Damned is a collection of her portraits of the musicians, artists and fans who made Los Angeles such a crucial part of the history of punk. Learn More
  10. The Breaks: Stylin' & Profilin'

    The Breaks: Stylin' and Profilin' 1982-1990

    $35.00

    In the fall of 1982, celebrated photographer of the British music scene Janette Beckman moved to New York City, where she found hip hop on the edge of explosion. Learn More

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