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Richard King's new book is a gorgeous history of Britain's landscapes and the music that it inspires.
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The story of the birth of acid house and dance music in the UK - as told by the men and women who made it happen.
This haunting, tragic exploration of Michael Jackson's life by acclaimed author Paul Morley is a backlist gem published for the tenth anniversary of the singer's death.
'A poet and polemicist whose lyrics have inspired and galvanised generations.' - GQ. Introduced by Kate Tempest.
An accessible and thought-provoking biographical study of Claude Debussy (1862-1918), arguably one of the three or four most influential composers of the early twentieth century.
Jon Savage's magisterial oral history is the last word on Joy Division and a must-read for any fan.
30 of Shaun Ryder's lyrics with commentary by the 'Salford Dylan' collected for the first time.
The first official book from Noel Gallagher which tells the story of his biggest ever world tour, containing exclusive images and candid interviews.
A new edition as part of the Faber Social Greatest Hits - books that have taken writing about music in new and exciting directions for the twenty-first century.