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We are all instinctively musical. Why? And how does music work? Indeed, what is (or isn't) music? Adam Ockelford has the answers.
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The best concise introduction to an essential subject.
A Beginner's Guide to jazz, from an award-winning entertaining jazz writer
Brix Smith Start
The unmissable memoir from the Fall guitarist and fashion expert. 'A rock 'n' roll must-read' - NME
Hallelujah Junction: Composing an American Life by John Adams is a witty, warm and wise autobiography from the hugely important and admired modern composer of Nixon in China, Shaker Loops, and much besides.
Paul Brannigan and Ian Winwood
Volume II of the acclaimed and 'definitive' Metallica history - for fans of Dirt, Slash and all things heavy metal.
Format: Hard Cover
30 of Shaun Ryder's lyrics with commentary by the 'Salford Dylan' collected for the first time.
The essential read for fans of Beethoven and string quartet music.
Here's something to set you singing this Christmas - a history of carols. An ideal Christmas book gift or stocking filler, now available in paperback.
Forty-five oral histories of iconic rock and R&B hits based on the popular Wall Street Journal column 'Anatomy of a Song'.