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I hate new music : the classic rock manifesto

Author: David Thompson
Publisher: New York : Backbeat Books, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Misceláneas
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Thompson
ISBN: 9780879309350 0879309350
OCLC Number: 916535157
Target Audience: Pregrado
Description: xvi, 225 páginas ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword : Jethro Tull slept here --
Preface : welcome to the future --
Prologue : is that a bustle in your hedgerow?, or, are you just pleased to see me? --
1. Lenny Kravitz for president, or, piss off, sonny, and take your vapid whining with you --
2. Selling postcards of the hanging, or, this is the end, distended friend --
3. The Titanic sails at dawn, or, more than more than a feeling --
4. Queen for a day, or, Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the fandango? --
5. Can you hear me, Cleveland?, or, four ants cavorting on a stage seven miles away --
6. Fat and forty-plus, or, had your Phil of Collins yet? --
7. Basically, it's about the essential futility of life as seen through the eyes of a man who thought he had everything, or, Tommy, it'll tear your will to live apart --
8. Clapton's still God, or, would she still look so wonderful if she'd just burned your dinner? --
9. Weird scenes inside the tar pit, or, I've got eight tracks to hold you --
10. Hot rocking tonight, or, I know, let's make it a double album --
11. The curse of pepper, or, the worst record you've ever sworn was genius --
12. Grunge is gonna change the world, and jam bands will save us from ourselves, or, Papa's got a brand new shitbag --
13. Neil's still young, are you?, or, hang him in the hall of fame (it's okay, the feet will stop kicking in a moment) --
14. Welcome back my friends to the show that seriously goes on forever, or, don't forget to check your sell-by date --
15. Charity begins at someone else's home, or, one more push and I think we'll break the Ethiopian market wide open --
16. A glimmer of hope, or, let it rut --
17. Welcome to the machine, or, thank Christ for the bomb --
Epilogue. Lennon : the final comeback --
Appendix one. The classic rock manifesto : she gets the blokes because she smokes --
Appendix two : the top 100 classic rock songs, 1968-1976.
Responsibility: by Dave Thompson.
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