Musicophilia is an absolutely phenomenal book, and will be of interest to
anyone fascinated by music, mysteries of the mind, and the human condition.
Sacks covers 29 different topics, ranging from synesthesia, to musical
hallucinations, to savants, and beyond.
The 2007, Complete Clapton, is a double album that showcases Eric
Clapton, and some of the best music he has made from Blues, to Pop, all the
way back to Rock. Despite a few tracks
overlooked, Complete Clapton is a great collection for those new to Eric
Clapton's mix of Rock and Soul.
Bob Dylan has
delivered, some of the best writing in his 5-decade career. This memoir
flows with some of the most stylish metaphors and anecdotes I have ever
read. The descriptions are so vivid and compelling, from Roy Orbison as
someone who sang "like a professional criminal", to Davd Crosby as someone
who was flirting with death.
This book is a
must read for anybody with an interest in Broadway musicals. Not only does
it provide a wealth of information and insightful comments, it also
overflows with large, glorious photographs, many of them never before seen.
This book is
essential if you are considering a career in any aspect of the music
business. For example, If you started out with a home studio and want to
branch out further, then this is the book for you. If you are a songwriter
with a bunch of songs laying around but don't know what to do with them,
this book is for you.
Designed in the form of a family photo album, this elegant book
brings back the magic of Sinatra-as his family and friends knew him. The many
color and black and white photos are accompanied by unique, firsthand stories
from Frank's life, told by family, friends, and coworkers. A great book for