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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.
Takes you on a stunning visual tour through the evolution of heavy metal - with 350+ photos of the genres cutting-edge bands, both on an off the stage, and timelines of major events.
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-Second Jazz explains, in easy, short riffs that keep you engaged, taking readers from the African-American roots of jazz all the way to today's global mix of musicians and styles.
Daryl Easlea, foreword by Ndugu Chancler
Relive the incredible history of the King of Pop in reverse. Michael Jackson: Rewind charts the life to Michael from his tragic, unexpected passing to his childhood.
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