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Surf City

Author: Dean Torrence and Foreword by Mike Love
Publisher: SelectBooks, Inc.
ISBN: 1590794036
Size: 67.80 MB
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Dead Man S Curve And Back

Author: Mark Thomas Passmore
ISBN: 9781410756473
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Mossy is a tree from the Siskiou forest in Oregon. It is a tree, or is it, or is he? Mossy has red roots that he can pull up out of the ground to run around. He feels and knows what is happening, without eyes, ears or mouth. He gets into all kinds of predicaments with the children and becomes a hero.

The Encyclopedia Of Popular Music

Author: Colin Larkin
Publisher: Omnibus Press
ISBN: 0857125958
Size: 10.86 MB
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This text presents a comprehensive and up-to-date reference work on popular music, from the early 20th century to the present day.

Why The Beach Boys Matter

Author: Tom Smucker
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 1477318747
Size: 37.79 MB
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Of all the white American pop music groups that hit the charts before the Beatles, only the Beach Boys continued to thrive throughout the British Invasion to survive into the 1970s and beyond. The Beach Boys helped define both sides of the era we broadly call the sixties, split between their early surf, car, and summer pop and their later hippie, counterculture, and ambitious rock. No other group can claim the Ronettes and the Four Seasons as early 1960s rivals; the Mamas and the Papas and Crosby, Stills and Nash as later 1960s rivals; and the Beatles and the Temptations as decade-spanning counterparts. This is the first book to take an honest look at the themes running through the Beach Boys’ art and career as a whole and to examine where they sit inside our culture and politics—and why they still grab our attention.

The Jan Dean Record

Author: Mark A. Moore
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786498129
Size: 41.58 MB
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Jan & Dean were among the most successful artists of the late 1950s through the mid-1960s, with hits including "Baby Talk," "Surf City," "Dead Man's Curve" and "The Little Old Lady (From Pasadena)." Slapstick humor and offbeat personas were a big part of their shtick, but Jan Berry was serious when it came to the studio. This book chronicles Jan's career as a songwriter and arranger--and his tenure as producer for Jan & Dean and other acts--with day-by-day entries detailing recording sessions, single and album releases, concerts and appearances, film and television projects, behind-the-scenes business and legal matters, chart positions and more. Extensive commentary from Berry's family, friends and colleagues is included. Studio invoices, contract details, tape box notes, copyright information and other particulars shed light on how music was made in the Hollywood studio system of the 1960s.

The Rock Who S Who

Author: Brock Helander
Publisher: Schirmer Reference
Size: 38.85 MB
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Identifies rock singers, musicians, and composers, and provides complete discographies for each artist

Rocking Sixties

Author: Brock Helander
Publisher: Schirmer Trade Books
Size: 78.70 MB
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The ultimate shopper's and buyer's guide, this comprehensive resource provides complete personnel of each group, the significant role of each group member, a narrative history of the group, analysis of key recordings, discography, and archival photos throughout the text. 40 illustrations.

In Eisige H Hen

Author: Jon Krakauer
Publisher: Piper ebooks
ISBN: 3492957765
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Der Klassiker zum Wiederentdecken: Mit seinem Weltbestseller revolutionierte der Bergsteiger und Schriftsteller Jon Krakauer die Abenteuerliteratur – und läßt Spannung und Faszination, Fassungslosigkeit und blankes Entsetzen eins werden. 1996 nahm der amerikanische Journalist Jon Krakauer an einer Mount-Everest-Expedition teil. Das Unternehmen endete in einer Katastrophe, fünf von Krakauers Kameraden kamen auf tragische Weise in einem peitschenden Schneesturm ums Leben, er selbst konnte sich mit letzter Kraft in Sicherheit bringen. Minutiös und eindrucksvoll schildert er in diesem Bericht den Verlauf der Expedition. Er äußert sich außerdem kritisch über die Auswüchse des modernen Alpinismus mit seinen oft tödlichen Folgen, vermittelt aber zugleich einen Eindruck von der magischen Anziehungskraft und der Faszination des Bergsteigens.