We recently asked Bruce Duff, musician, producer, manager, rock journalist, indie label executive AND the author of The Smell of Death, if he had any favorite music biographies, memoirs, or music books, or if he had read anything recently that he’d like to recommend. Here’s what Bruce had to say.
We recently spoke to Adrian Harte, author of Small Victories: The True Story of Faith No More. Harte is also the founder and editor of the Faith No More 2.0 website — www.newfaithnomore.com. Here's what Adrian had to say. about his new book, the band and, perhaps, some guesses as to the future of FNM.
We recently spoke to Damon Wood, author of Working for the Man, Playing In The Band: My Years with James Brown. Wood played guitar in Brown's backing band, The Soul Generals for eight years, before leaving to form his own band Harmonious Junk. We talked about "Mr.
We recently spoke with guitartist Richard Lloyd from the seminal CBGB band Television.
The book publishing world is changing rapidly. From e-books, to self-publishing, to crowdfunding options, authors today have a variety of tools at their disposal to make their work available to their audience.
We recently spoke with Joe Goodden, author of Riding So High: The Beatles and Drugs. The book is the only full-length study of the Beatles extraordinary journey into the world of marijuana, LSD, and other mindbending experiences. We asked Joe how he came upon the subject, and how he perceived the band's relationship with drugs.