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Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-11-03 - Publisher: Atlantic Books
Songs that sell the most copies become hits, but some of those hits transcend commercial value, touching a generation of listeners and altering the direction of music. In Anatomy of a Song, writer and music historian Marc Myers tells the stories behind fifty rock, pop, R&B, country and reggae hits through intimate interviews with the artists who wrote and recorded them. Mick Jagger, Jimmy Page, the Clash, Smokey Robinson, Grace Slick, Roger Waters, Joni Mitchell, Steven Tyler, Rod Stewart, Elvis Costello and many other leading artists reveal the inspirations, struggles and techniques behind their influential works.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-05-16 - Publisher: Unofficial Guides
The Unofficial Guide to Mall of America is the first of its kind. Never before has a guidebook been written about the Mall of America. The Unofficial Guide to Mall of America enhances visitors' experiences by assisting them through the entire process, from finding the right hotel and making the decision whether or not to rent a car or use the hotel shuttle. The various attractions are laid out and analyzed so that Mall of America-goers can decide what activities will enhance their experiences and which are simply tourist traps. In addition to ranking and describing the stores and restaurants, The Unofficial Guide to Mall of America, by Beth Blair, offers insight and tips that will make the visit fun for those looking for a general Mall of America experience but also highlight things for people with special interests.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-04-19 - Publisher: Roc Lit 101
American pop music is arguably this country’s greatest cultural contribution to the world, and its singular voice and virtuosity were created by a shining thread of Black women geniuses stretching back to the country’s founding. This is their surprising, heartbreaking, soaring story—from “one of the generation’s greatest, most insightful, most nuanced writers in pop culture” (Shea Serrano) “This book is revelatory about the specific experiences of Black women in music.”—Dawnie Walton, author of The Final Revival of Opal & Nev ONE OF THE MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS OF 2022—Oprah Daily, Essence, Electric Lit A weave of biography, criticism, and memoir, Shine Bright is Danyel Smith’s intimate history of Black women’s music as the foundational story of American pop. Smith has been writing this history for more than five years. But as a music fan, and then as an essayist, editor (Vibe, Billboard), and podcast host (Black Girl Songbook), she has been living this history since she was a latchkey kid listening to “Midnight Train to Georgia” on the family stereo. Smith’s detailed narrative begins with Phillis Wheatley, an enslaved woman who sang her poems, and continues through the stories of Mahalia Jackson, Dionne Warwick, Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, and Mariah Carey, as well as the under-considered careers of Marilyn McCoo, Deniece Williams, and Jody Watley. Shine Bright is an overdue paean to musical masters whose true stories and genius have been hidden in plain sight—and the book Danyel Smith was born to write.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2003-04 - Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Land of the world's largest prairie chicken, birthplace of Spam, and home of the world's oldest rock, this is Minnesota, where summers are short, winters are long, and back-road wonders abound. This entertaining guide wastes no time with descriptions of scenic lakes, pristine bike trails, or quaint cafes. Instead it directs travelers (and residents) to the spot where Tiny Tim strummed his last notes on the ukulele; to the Cold Spring chapel where two grasshoppers bow down to the Virgin Mary; and to the McLeod County Museum, where the mummy on display could be from Peru or outer space. While ordinary tourists are fighting off mosquitoes in the Boundary Waters, oddball travelers can size up the world's largest ear of corn and admire the fourth Zamboni ever built. And one last thing: there aren't 10,000 lakes in Minnesota; there are 14,215. For travelers who are in search of the unusual, there is no better reason to park the bike and hiking boots in the garage, fill up the gas tank, and hit the road to Minnesota, where weirdness awaits.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-11-04 - Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Explicit sex, graphic violence, strong language; and Jim Morrison! An account of the sixties in California, from Hollywood to Haight-Ashbury, the Sunset Strip to Malibu. Free love, the birth of the drug culture, hippies, bikers, junkies, dope dealers, the anti-war demonstrations, Vietnam, draft dodgers, Timothy Leary, Charles Manson, life on the streets, hitchhiking across the USA and the clandestine abuses of the US Government. California Sixties is all of this and more! Follow Malibu Bowman from the age of fourteen to twenty-one as he makes a major impact on the generation that changed America in the very center of the changes; California. And experience the beauty, the sorrow and the intricacies of his love affairs with four different women; a married woman five years his senior; a chic San Francisco society child; a gorgeous Lesbian; and a bright eyed street gypsy. Raw emotion, raw action, page turning suspense and the undeniable ring of truth. 545,000 words you won't be able to put down!
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-10-16 - Publisher: Outskirts Press
When Karla Antoinette Baptiste was first diagnosed, she began reading breast cancer memoirs but was always left wondering what happened next. What should I expect after treatment? What will my “new normal” be like? Her own story answers those questions and so much more. Written with humor and humility, Karla’s story is woven with themes of love, trust, and spiritual faith—and the importance of becoming a force in breast cancer advocacy. It offers valuable information and resources for breast health, and provides support, inspiration, and hope for those facing breast cancer. From her adventures in Paris to her roller-coaster relationship with her ex-husband, Karla’s memoir is more than radiation and chemotherapy. In Dig in Your Heels, she urges women to educate themselves and draw upon their inner strength—the best is yet to come!
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-01-05 - Publisher: Lulu.com
A story of an unassuming young man who has two women in his life, the girl that he loves and his Lady Friend, a non-physical spirit from a non-physical realm. When she makes an appearance in his life, Jasper's dream of a quiet life fades into oblivion when he embarks on a meteoric journey to fame and glory and becomes the youngest person in history to ever become a modern day Holy Man. Australian author Vincent Gilvarry serves up an enchanting blend of natural and supernatural delights, interwoven with sensual dreams, hidden treasures and a hauntingly beautiful belly dancer. As one satisfied reader has saidESomething Kind of Wonderful is Simply Amazing.