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Music free pdf From the most explosive lyrics and chart-busting albums and singles to the greatest compositions and pivotal performances this is an overview of each moment's impact on modern music, on popular culture, and on rock evolution. At once critical analysis of these seminal moments, and glorious celebration of 100 years of popular music. Some moments are legendary - the spectacular explosion of punk in 1977, the genius of John Lennon's songwriting. Others are more subtle - groundbreaking productions that inspired decades of imitators, the first use of the MOOG synthesizer, the untimely death of an icon or the first breakdance. Each moment is placed in its historic, cultural and musical context creating an intelligent, accessible guide to a century of popular music from around the world.

About Sean Egan

Sean Egan has written for, amongst other outlets, Billboard, Classic Rock, Goldmine, Record Collector, RollingStone.com, Sky Sports, Uncut and Vox. He also writes CD liner notes and he is the author of books on The Verve, The Animals, Jimi Hendrix, and has recently completed his second book on The Rolling Stones The Rough Guide To The Rolling Stones (Penguin). He also edited the forthcoming 100 Albums That Changed Music (Constable

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Author : Sean Egan
Publisher : Cassell Illustrated
Data Published : 15 September 2007
ISBN : 1844035921
EAN : 9781844035922
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 800 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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