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Books: Elvis Music FAQ, by Mike Eder (2013)

Books: Elvis Music FAQ, by Mike Eder (2013)

It goes without saying Elvis Presley changed the world — which is why, six decades on, his presence and influence remain as visible as the sun in the sky.

If You Like the Ramones …, by Peter Aaron (2013): Books

If You Like the Ramones …, by Peter Aaron (2013): Books

The ‘If You Like…’ series sports a stellar reputation, and this enlightening book on the Ramones continues their tradition of excellence.

Books: Eric Clapton, Day by Day: The Early Years, 1963-1982, by Marc Roberty (2013)

Books: Eric Clapton, Day by Day: The Early Years, 1963-1982, by Marc Roberty (2013)

In an exclusive excerpt from the new book Eric Clapton, Day by Day: The Early Years, 1963-1982, Marc Roberty takes us into the earliest days of Derek and the Dominos

Books: Cher: All I Really Want to Do by Daryl Easlea and Eddi Fiegel (2013)

Books: Cher: All I Really Want to Do by Daryl Easlea and Eddi Fiegel (2013)

In 1969, Cher was past her initial folk-pop successes with husband Sonny, but hadn’t yet launched her smash 1970s variety television program. She’d issue the most interesting project of her career.

Books: Frontman: Surviving The Rock Star Myth, by Richard Barone (2007)

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbzYn48qJxU&w=500&h=305] Frontman is a first-time book from the Bongos’ leader and (well, what else?) frontman Richard Barone, part rock star guide, part autobiography — and a completely entertaining and fascinating read.

'Neil Young FAQ' Diaries: On the Beach, Now and Then and the Kershaw Connection

Although On The Beach is one of my very favorite Neil Young albums, I didn’t become fully aware of “Cajun Wildman” Rusty Kershaw’s unique connection to this masterpiece

'Neil Young FAQ' Diaries: A journey through the past with Neil Young's videos

After a two-year journey of blood, sweat, tears, and more all-nighters writing furiously until the sun came up than I care to remember, my first full-length book as a music journalist was finally released this week.

In a new book, Robert Rodriguez makes the case for ‘Revolver’ as the Beatles’ masterwork

In a new book, Robert Rodriguez makes the case for ‘Revolver’ as the Beatles’ masterwork

Robert Rodriguez makes the case for ‘Revolver’ – not its successor, the lavishly praised ‘Sgt. Pepper’s’ – as the Beatles’ game-changing signature work.

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