Rock Stars on the Record Lib/E: The Albums That Changed Their Lives (Compact Disc)

Rock Stars on the Record Lib/E: The Albums That Changed Their Lives By Eric Spitznagel, Michael Butler Murray (Read by) Cover Image
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Rock Stars on the Record is a collection of first-hand tales by artists of all ages, backgrounds, and musical influences, remembering the meaning behind the records that mattered most to them. From Laura Jane Grace to Ian MacKaye, Don McLean to Cherie Currie, Alice Bag to Mac DeMarco, and many more, bestselling author Eric Spitznagel talks to rock stars across the sonic spectrum about the albums that changed them in ways only music can change someone. Everyone's most cherished childhood record--be it a battered piece of vinyl, torn cassette tape, or scratched CD--has a story, and those stories can be more revealing about their owners than you might expect. Hear about how Weird Al Yankovic refined his accordion skills by playing along to Elton John's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, or how Fishbone's Angelo Moore saved his life with a boombox and a Bad Brains album. Or about how Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman of Prince's longtime band, The Generation, fell in love while trading mixtapes. Each profile is more emotional, fascinating, and hilarious than the last. So place that needle in the groove, and prepare to hear something revelatory from your favorite rockers past and present.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781665188814
ISBN-10: 1665188812
Publisher: HighBridge Audio
Publication Date: February 23rd, 2021
Language: English