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  1. Sh-Boom!

    Sh-Boom!: The Explosion of Rock 'n' Roll (1953-1968)


    There was a small sliver of time between Be-Bop and Hip-Hop, when a new generation of teenagers created rock 'n' roll. Clay Cole was one of those teenagers he was the host of his own Saturday night, pop music television show. Learn More
  2. Sex, Drugs, And Cocoa Puffs

    Sex, Drugs, And Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto


    The first book in history to examine breakfast cereal, reality television, tribute bands, Internet porn, serial killers, and the Dixie Chicks. Learn More
  3. Season Of The Witch

    Season Of The Witch: How The Occult Saved Rock And Roll


    This epic cultural and historical odyssey unearths the full influence of occult traditions on rock and roll—from the Beatles to Black Sabbath—and shows how the marriage between mysticism and music changed our world. Learn More
  4. Save the Last Dance for Satan

    Save The Last Dance For Satan


    Gritty untold music business stories from the pen of Nick Tosches. Learn More
  5. Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock 'n' Roll

    Sam Phillips: The Man Who Invented Rock 'n' Roll


    The author of the critically acclaimed Elvis Presley biography Last Train to Memphis brings us the life of Sam Phillips, the visionary genius who singlehandedly steered the revolutionary path of Sun Records. Learn More
  6. Roctober #50

    Roctober #50


    Comics And Music. Learn More
  7. Roctober #20

    Roctober #20


    Comics And Music. Learn More
  8. Rockin'

    Rockin': The Rockabilly Scene


    For enthusiasts, rockabilly isn’t just a kind of music; it’s a way of life. Learn More
  9. Rock Paper Show

    Rock Paper Show: Flatstock Volume One


    The first decade of the twenty-first century marked a highpoint at the intersection of graphic design and music. Against the backdrop of the digital music revolution, the rock poster has suddenly reemerged as an art form, and as a memento or calling card of a remarkably talented group of artists and design studios. Learn More
  10. The Rock And Roll of San Francisco's East Bay, 1950-1980

    Rock And Roll of San Francisco's East Bay, 1950-1980


    “For every successful local group that ever packed the Fillmore, Avalon, or Winterland Ballrooms, there were dozens of overlooked, and much better, groups that also hailed from the City by the Bay.” Learn More
  11. Rock 'n' Roll Babylon

    Rock 'n' Roll Babylon


    ROCK 'N' ROLL BABYLON is a book as legendary as its subject. Learn More
  12. Return Of The King  cover

    Return Of The King: Elvis Presley's Great Comeback


    Return Of The King tells the story of a tumultuous period in the life of Elvis Presley. Learn More
  13. Restaurant Fuel #1

    Restaurant Fuel #1


    Who's To Say You Are What You Eat? Learn More
  14. Reggae Soundsystem

    Reggae Soundsystem: Original Reggae Album Cover Art: A Visual History of Jamaican Music From Mento to Dancehall


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    From its early Mento (Jamaican Calypso) beginnings through to the invention of Ska, Rocksteady, Roots, Dub and Dancehall, Jamaican music is one of the richest and innovative veins in popular music. Learn More
  15. Reggae Soundsystem 45

    Reggae Soundsystem 45: The Label Art of Reggae Singles: A Visual History of Jamaican Reggae 1959-1979


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    The 45-rpm seven-inch single is at the heart of reggae music, the main vehicle by which reggae music has been communicated to the public by the deejays in the dancehalls of Kingston, and to its worldwide audience beyond. Learn More
  16. Red Velvet Underground

    Red Velvet Underground: A Rock Memoir, with Recipes


    Freda Love was a 19-year-old college dropout who’d escaped Indiana for Boston when she became the drummer for The Blake Babies in 1989. Learn More
  17. Record Store Of The Mind

    Record Store of the Mind


    Grammy-nominated producer and Tompkins Square label founder Josh Rosenthal presents his first book, The Record Store of the Mind. Part memoir, part “music criticism”, the author ruminates over unsung musical heroes, reflects on thirty years of toil and fandom in the music business, and shamelessly lists some of the LPs in his record collection. Learn More
  18. Record Store Days

    Record Store Days: From Vinyl to Digital and Back Again


    In this era of digital downloads, the small, indie record shop might sound like an anachronism. But, in fact, record stores served as community centers, information exchanges, clubs, art galleries, and launching pads for numerous bands and record labels. Learn More
  19. The Record Store Book

    Record Store Book: Fifty Legendary and Iconic Places to Discover New and Used Vinyl


    In 2011, Mike Spitz began photographing more than 40 record stores in and around the greater Los Angeles area, rich with old and new record shops, to capture the lively experience of going to the used record store, discovering that rare vinyl record, cassette or 8-track tape, memorabilia, vintage concert posters, turntables, nostalgia and other music-related gems. Learn More
  20. The Record Players: DJ Revolutionaries

    Record Players: DJ Revolutionaries


    Acclaimed authors and music historians Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton have spent years traveling across the world to interview the revolutionary and outrageous DJs who shaped the last half-century of pop music. Learn More
  21. Record Culture Magazine #1

    Record Culture Magazine #1


    Record Culture Magazine is a bi-annual publication that focuses on niche music communities around the world and their intersection with the worlds of art, fashion and culture. Learn More
  22. Record Collector #455

    Record Collector Magazine #455


    Serious About Music. Learn More
  23. Reckless: My Life as a Pretender

    Reckless: My Life as a Pretender


    Chrissie Hynde, for nearly four decades the singer/songwriter/ undisputed leader of the Pretenders, is a justly legendary figure. Learn More
  24. Real Life Rock

    Real Life Rock: The Complete Top Ten Columns, 1986-2014


    For nearly thirty years, Greil Marcus has written a remarkable column called “Real Life Rock Top Ten.” Learn More
  25. Put the Needle on the Record

    Put the Needle on the Record: The 1980s at 45 Revolutions Per Minute


    In the 1980s, music defined the moment: "Video Killed the Radio Star" ushered in MTV, "Don't You (Forget about Me)" ruled The Breakfast Club, and "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" became the anthem of a generation. The 1980s were also the most visually provocative era of the last millennium. Every new vinyl single hit the stands wrapped in eye-catching sleeves that reflected the latest trends. Learn More

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