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Detroit Rock City

Author: Steve Miller
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0306821842
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Detroit Rock City is an oral history of Detroit and its music told by the people who were on the stage, in the clubs, the practice rooms, studios, and in the audience, blasting the music out and soaking it up, in every scene from 1967 to today. From fabled axe men like Ted Nugent, Dick Wagner, and James Williamson jump to Jack White, to pop flashes Suzi Quatro and Andrew W.K., to proto punkers Brother Wayne Kramer and Iggy Pop, Detroit slices the rest of the land with way more than its share of the Rock Pie. Detroit Rock City is the story that has never before been sprung, a frenzied and schooled account of both past and present, calling in the halcyon days of the Grande Ballroom and the Eastown Theater, where national acts who came thru were made to stand and deliver in the face of the always hard hitting local support acts. It moves on to the Michigan Palace, Bookies Club 870, City Club, Gold Dollar, and Magic Stick – all magical venues in America's top rock city. Detroit Rock City brings these worlds to life all from the guys and dolls who picked up a Strat and jammed it into our collective craniums. From those behind the scenes cats who promoted, cajoled, lost their shirts, and popped the platters to the punters who drove from everywhere, this is the book that gives life to Detroit's legend of loud.

Sound Of The Cities Detroit

Author: Philipp Krohn
Publisher: Kein & Aber AG
ISBN: 3954031035
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Wurde der Punk in London oder Detroit erfunden? Ist Liverpool wirklich die »Capital City of Pop«? Warum entstand der Grunge in Seattle? Philipp Krohn und Ole Löding glauben fest, dass Städte die Musik beeinflussen, die in ihnen entsteht. Ob Rock oder Pop, Soul oder Elektro. Auf der Suche nach Belegen für diese These haben sie Mitglieder von weltberühmten Bands wie »The Velvet Underground«, »Genesis« oder »Einstürzende Neubauten« ebenso befragt wie einflussreiche Produzenten, Nachwuchskünstler und Plattenladenbesitzer. In legendären Clubs und stickigen Backstageräumen, an historischen Plätzen und während persönlicher Stadtführungen, in Aufnahmestudios und Proberäumen haben sie sich von Musikern und Musikexperten ihre Stadt zeigen und erklären lassen. Playlists der 500 wichtigsten Songs und Adressen zentraler popmusikalischer Sehenswürdigkeiten ergänzen die Städteporträts. Dieses E-Book enthält das Kapitel über Detroit.

Contemporary Archaeology And The City

Author: Laura McAtackney
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0192525506
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Contemporary Archaeology and the City foregrounds the archaeological study of post-industrial and other urban transformations through a diverse, international collection of case studies. Over the past decade contemporary archaeology has emerged as a dynamic force for dissecting and contextualizing the material complexities of present-day societies. Contemporary archaeology challenges conventional anthropological and archaeological conceptions of the past by pushing temporal boundaries closer to, if not into, the present. The volume is organized around three themes that highlight the multifaceted character of urban transitions in present-day cities - creativity, ruination, and political action. The case studies offer comparative perspectives on transformative global urban processes in local contexts through research conducted in the struggling, post-industrial cities of Detroit, Belfast, Indianapolis, Berlin, Liverpool, Belém, and post-Apartheid Cape Town, as well as the thriving urban centres of Melbourne, New York City, London, Chicago, and Istanbul. Together, the volume contributions demonstrate how the contemporary city is an urban palimpsest comprised by archaeological assemblages - of the built environment, the surface, and buried sub-surface - that are traces of the various pasts entangled with one another in the present. This volume aims to position the city as one of the most important and dynamic arenas for archaeological studies of the contemporary by presenting a range of theoretically-engaged case studies that highlight some of the major issues that the study of contemporary cities pose for archaeologists.

Camion Blanc

Author: Thierry Aznar
Publisher: Camion Blanc
ISBN: 2378480717
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Kiss est l'incarnation même du rêve américain, l'histoire vraie d'une incroyable réussite plus imprévisible et passionnante que n'importe quelle oeuvre de fiction. De New York et son groove si particulier au milieu de l'année 1972 à Detroit, la cité du rock au début de l'année 1976, Kiss laisse derrière lui ses années de galère et amorce ses années de gloire. Construit sur les bases de témoignages, soigneusement examinés et confrontés, ce livre retrace pas à pas la genèse de cette aventure rock'n'roll rocambolesque.

The Official Price Guide To Kiss Collectibles

Author: Ingo Floren
Publisher: Ingo Floren
ISBN: 1400050294
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Written by a leading collector and dealer of collectibles based on the rock band KISS, this comprehensive sourcebook contains extensive listings and prices for highly desirable KISS merchandise from around the world. 400+ photos. 8-page full-color insert.