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Illuminating insights into the life and mind of a top concert pianist.
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The richly-written autobiography of legendary drummer for Small Faces, Faces, and The Who: Kenney Jones.
Dylan Jones' luminous excavation of Jimmy Webb's song 'Wichita Lineman' offers a portal into a defining moment of American cultural history.
Built around 16 life-changing gigs and concerts, a passionate investigation of the charged frontier between 20th century music and politics.
Richard King's new book is a gorgeous history of Britain's landscapes and the music that it inspires.
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.