That’s Entertainment is both an insider’s intimate chronicle of the heyday of the band, and a revealing personal memoir.
These illuminating interviews and quotations paint a revealing portrati of the musician and man, opening a window into the cultural atmosphere and volatile times in which he lived.
We Sing A New Language is the first definitive account of Thurston Moore's work across many hundreds of collaborations, solo recordings and guest appearences.
In a world where music is available on demand, 24/7, The Story Of Rock & Pop On British TV takes you back to your youth - whenever that was - and the days when pop on TV was an eagerly anticipated, greedily consumed and thrilling part of growing up in Britain.
The extraordinary life of the legendary Jamaican musician Bob Marley is here celebrated in a superb graphic novel by Jim McCarthy and Benito Gallego.
In Careless Whispers, author Robert Steele details every step of George Michael's career and digs deep into his closely-guarded private life.
Visions, Dreams & Rumours, a celebration of the Stevie Nicks phenomenon, takes us on her journey from peripatetic mid-West childhood to her explosion onto the music scene as a chiffon-swathed rock goddess, right up to the present day.
Parallel Lives is the definitive biography of Blondie. This updated edition brings the story up to date with the release of their 2014 album, Blondie 4 (0) Ever, ongoing success as a touring act and reaction to the death of their great friend and supporter David Bowie.
Everybody Knows is a fitting tribute to Leonard Cohen's genius, illustrated with many rare photographs and items of memorabilia, integrated with the recollections and comments of those who have worked with and are close to him.
This is a day-by-day account of Bowie's life from the start of 1970 to the end of 1980, from the release of 'The Man Who Sold the World' to 'Scary Monsters'.