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  1. Kicking And Dreaming

    Kicking and Dreaming: A Story of Heart, Soul, and Rock and Roll


    Two sisters. Two voices. One Heart. Learn More
  2. Lipstick Traces (20th Anniv. Ed.)

    Lipstick Traces: A Secret History of the Twentieth Century


    This is no mere search for cultural antecedents. Learn More
  3. Monkee Business

    Monkee Business: The Revolutionary Made-For-TV Band


    In this new, revised edition of Monkee Business: The Revolutionary Made-For-TV Band, author Eric Lefcowitz follows the fascinating story of Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, Peter Tork and the late Davy Jones to the present day, containing never-before-seen photographs and an nisightful new foreword by magician Penn Jillette. Learn More
  4. My Cross To Bear

    My Cross to Bear


    As one of the greatest rock icons of all time, Gregg Allman has lived it all and then some. For almost fifty years, he's been creating some of the most recognizable songs in American rock, but never before has he paused to reflect on the long road he's traveled. Now, he tells the unflinching story of his life, laying bare the unvarnished truth about his wild ride that has spanned across the years. Learn More
  5. Old Rare New

    Old Rare New: The Independent Record Shop


    There is nothing quite like the feeling of thumbing through LP after LP in a dusty old record shop, only to stumble upon some hidden treasure, new obsession or forgotten love. Learn More
  6. One Way Out

    One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band


    One Way Out is the powerful biography of The Allman Brothers Band, an oral history written with the band’s participation and filled with original, never-before-published interviews as well as personal letters and correspondence. This is the most in-depth look at a legendary American rock band that has meant so much to so many for so long. Learn More
  7. Out of the Vinyl Deeps

    Out of the Vinyl Deeps: Ellen Willis on Rock Music


    In 1968, the New Yorker hired Ellen Willis as its first popular music critic. Learn More
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. She's A Rebel

    She's A Rebel: The History Of Women In Rock & Roll


    A new expanded second edition featuring a preface by YOKO ONO. Learn More
  13. Shell Shocked

    Shell Shocked: My Life with the Turtles, Flo and Eddie, and Frank Zappa, etc.


    If Howard Kaylan had sung only one song, the Turtles' 1967 No. 1 smash hit "Happy Together," his place in rock-and-roll history would still be secure. But that recording, named in 1999 by BMI as one of the top 50 songs of the 20th century, with over five million radio plays, is only the tip of a rather eye-opening iceberg. Learn More
  14. Swag 2

    Swag 2: Rock Posters of the '90s and Beyond


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    Crackling with sexual tension, comic flourishes, macabre drama, and science fiction cliches, rock posters are as vibrant and varied as the music they celebrate - and more popular today than ever. Learn More
  15. The Disciples

    The Disciples


    Between 2004 and 2007, James Mollison attended pop concerts across Europe and the USA with a mobile photography studio, inviting fans of each music star or band to pose for their portrait outside the gig. Learn More
  16. The Encyclopedia of Dead Rock Stars

    The Encyclopedia of Dead Rock Stars: Heroin, Handguns, and Ham Sandwiches


    Impish yet informative - a guide to the days the music died. Learn More
  17. The Grammar of Rock

    The Grammar of Rock: Art and Artlessness in 20th Century Pop Lyrics


    National Book Award nominee, critic and one of America’s least compromising satirists, Alexander Theroux takes a comprehensive look at the colorful language of pop lyrics and the realm of rock music in general in The Grammar of Rock: silly song titles; maddening instrumentals; shrieking divas; clunker lines; the worst (and best) songs ever written; geniuses of the art; movie stars who should never have raised their voice in song but who were too shameless to refuse a mic; and the excesses of awful Christmas recordings. Learn More
  18. The Overrated Book

    The Overrated Book: The Only Book You'll Ever Need


    CHUNKLET MAGAZINE - the attackers of the high-wall fortress known as pop culture - tears all precious articles of faith to shreds in THE OVERRATED BOOK! Learn More
  19. The Small Stakes

    The Small Stakes: Music Posters


    Renowned graphic artist Jason Munn—the one-man operation behind the studio The Small Stakes—is a leader in modern-day music poster design. Learn More
  20. The Wrecking Crew

    The Wrecking Crew: The Inside Story of Rock and Roll's Best-Kept Secret


    If you were a fan of popular music in the 1960s and early ’70s, you were a fan of the Wrecking Crew—whether you knew it or not. Learn More
  21. This Land That I Love

    This Land That I Love: Irving Berlin, Woody Guthrie, and the Story of Two American Anthems


    February, 1940: After a decade of worldwide depression, World War II had begun in Europe and Asia. With Germany on the march, and Japan at war with China, the global crisis was in a crescendo. America’s top songwriter, Irving Berlin, had captured the nation’s mood a little more than a year before with his patriotic hymn, "God Bless America." Learn More
  22. Vinyl: The Art Of Making Records

    Vinyl: The Art Of Making Records: The Grooves, The Labels, The Designs


    In our increasingly digital world, audiophiles know that the real recording is on vinyl. That’s why sales of vinyl continue to soar. Mike Evans offers a sumptuous visual celebration of this medium’s fascinating history and triumphant rebirth. Learn More
  23. Words Without Music

    Words Without Music: A Memoir


    A world-renowned composer of symphonies, operas, and film scores, Philip Glass has, almost single-handedly, crafted the dominant sound of late-twentieth-century classical music. Learn More
  24. Ye-Ye Girls Of '60s French Pop

    Yé-Yé Girls of '60s French Pop


    Yé-Yé is a delightful style of pop music featuring young female singers that influenced France and many other countries, as says Susan Sontag, with its particular “camp” style throughout the 1960s. Learn More

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