In this wide-ranging collection of essays, Hepworth shows how it is possible to take music seriously and, at the same time, not drain the life out of it - from the legacy of the Beatles to the dramatic decline of the record shop.
The definitive and most entertaining book on the cult of the rockstar over the last 40 years from one of Britain's leading music writers
The unparalleled David Hepworth, author of 1971 and UNCOMMON PEOPLE, here celebrates the reign of the LP (from Sgt Pepper to Thriller), how the format changed the music and the music industry and, indeed, how it has bounced back to mainstream popularity.
No one knows more obscure and entertaining facts about music as legendary music journalist David Hepworth. Here he has put together a music quiz and trivia book where the answer is at least as interesting as the question
The story of the year that rock music exploded, featuring almost every star who defined the decade