Anbefal musikbøger

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#101 Indlæg af Fisker Thomas » 02 nov 2010 22:22

Det var sært. De lægger ud med en meget rodet artikel om Phil Lynnott, der er sjældent dårligt disponeret (men jeg har heller aldrig rigtig brudt mig om Lars Schmidt, fordi han ærligt talt ikke virkede som om han kunne lide metal fra 1995-2000).

Jam har vist gået og boet lidt i Norge. Deraf Rosenborg-artiklerne i WA.
"Det provokerer mig, at vores nuværende regering har det som formål, at vi allesammen skal leve tre år længere.
Hvad med i stedet at give tilladelse til eutanasi, for så sjovt er livet trods alt heller ikke."

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#102 Indlæg af DeathPosture » 11 nov 2010 14:08

Tonic Satan skrev:Jeg har bestilt White Line Fever på Play.com efter Francos anbefaling. Den kan erhverves for en slik.
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#103 Indlæg af Fisker Thomas » 11 nov 2010 17:01

Jams bog om metal virker overraskende god - der er lidt rigeligt generel rockhistorie, hvor alle de fortærskede ting køres frem igen og igen, men overall er det helt at den forsøger at være både semiakademisk og læsbar, og billedsiden er desuden rigtig god. Oh, well, jeg er ikke så langt i den igen. Jeg ville dog ønske at der havde været en forlagsredaktør på (det er mærkeligt: Han takker en i forordet, men vedkommende synes ikke rigtig at have lavet noget) og en korrekturlæser på (igen er det mærkeligt: Metalized-Grønkjær takkes for korrekturlæsning, men han har tydeligvis ikke læst korrektur - ellers ville der vel ikke være stavefejl på snart sagt hver eneste side?). Hvis det her er standarden, så kan man sgu ligeså godt udgive det selv på print-on-demand, selvom der så er et mindre marketingbudget. Jøsses, mand. Danske forlag.
"Det provokerer mig, at vores nuværende regering har det som formål, at vi allesammen skal leve tre år længere.
Hvad med i stedet at give tilladelse til eutanasi, for så sjovt er livet trods alt heller ikke."

Jytte Nørtoft Jensen, Silkeborg.

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#104 Indlæg af oles » 12 nov 2010 10:55

Husker Du: The Story of the Noise-Pop Pioneers Who Launched Modern Rock
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Jeg HADER titlen, men starten som kan læses på Amazon virker god. Den skal læses.
Grant Hart og Greg Norton medvirker. Mould gør ikke, han forbereder sin egen bog.

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#105 Indlæg af Viskarne » 12 nov 2010 11:39

hov. Den skal jeg da have.
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#106 Indlæg af Fisker Thomas » 29 dec 2010 12:03

Så er Seasons They Change udkommet.

Den koster 180,- i Politikens Boghal.

http://www.amazon.com/Seasons-They-Chan ... 1906002320

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In the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, the inherent weirdness of folk met switched-on psychedelic rock and gave birth to new, strange forms of acoustic-based avant-garde music. Artists on both sides of the Atlantic, including The Incredible String Band, Vashti Bunyan, Pearls Before Swine and Comus, combined sweet melancholy and modal melody with shape-shifting experimentation to create sounds of unsettling oddness categorized as acid or psych folk. In the mid-2000s, a new generation of artists collectively tagged New Weird America and spearheaded by Devendra Banhart, Espers, and Joanna Newsom rediscovered and renewed acid and psych folk Seasons They Change tells the story of the birth, death, and resurrection of this genre. It explores the careers of the original wave of artists and their contemporary equivalents, finding connections between the generations and uncovering a previously hidden narrative of musical adventure.
Den ser ret fremragende ud.
"Det provokerer mig, at vores nuværende regering har det som formål, at vi allesammen skal leve tre år længere.
Hvad med i stedet at give tilladelse til eutanasi, for så sjovt er livet trods alt heller ikke."

Jytte Nørtoft Jensen, Silkeborg.

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#107 Indlæg af Fisker Thomas » 12 jan 2011 13:53

Nå, nu er Acid Archives i Politikens Boghal (godt nok noget dyrere end i pladebutikkerne - 425 kr.). Der er kun to tilbage, men der skulle være 10 på vej.


Seasons They Change er udmærket. Bedst i interviewdelene, mens forfatteren andre gange halser lidt rundt i bandnavn på bandnavn.
"Det provokerer mig, at vores nuværende regering har det som formål, at vi allesammen skal leve tre år længere.
Hvad med i stedet at give tilladelse til eutanasi, for så sjovt er livet trods alt heller ikke."

Jytte Nørtoft Jensen, Silkeborg.

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#108 Indlæg af yossarian » 26 mar 2011 00:36

Jeg er efterhånden noget over hundrede sider inde i :arrow:
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Det er helt vildt, så mange 13-årige han har kneppet, men bortset fra det, er der ikke ret mange skøre anekdoter endnu.
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#109 Indlæg af Fisker Thomas » 26 mar 2011 11:11

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Jeg har lige købt Mean Deviation, der handler om progressiv metal. Men ikke kun generisk progressiv metal som Dream Theater og Dream Theater-kloner. Cool bands som Voivod (det er Away der har tegnet omslaget), Watchtower, Psychotic Waltz, Solefald, Celtic Frost m.m. dækkes, og det er fedt at den reelt progressive metal er med. Den ser tæskefed ud, og viser igen at Bazillion Points altså er et ret sejt forlag. Den er også at finde i Politikens Boghal.
Revered former Metal Maniacs editor Jeff Wagner analyzes the heady side of metal in this exhaustive history of a relentlessly ambitious musical subculture. Beginning with 1970s progressive rock acts Rush and King Crimson, Mean Deviation unfurls a colorful tapestry of sounds and styles, from the “Big Three” of 1980s prog metal—Queensrÿche, Fates Warning, and Dream Theater—to extreme pioneers Voivod, Watchtower, and Celtic Frost. The flirtation between heavy metal and progressive rock grows with bold creative leaps, spawning countless valiant launches toward infinity. Today, the spark of inspiration thrives in obscure outposts such as Scandinavia, Florida, and Japan, bursting into full flame with the successes of prog metal overlords Opeth, Meshuggah, Tool, Between the Buried and Me, and their progressive peers.

According to Wagner: “Mean Deviation highlights many impossibly scattered bands and movements that widened the scope of the heavy metal genre. To some, progressive metal starts with Dream Theater and ends with an interminable stream of bands that sound like Dream Theater. By my interpretation, the term ‘progressive metal’ allows for consideration of cosmic post-black metal band In the Woods, avant-garde metal surrealists Thought Industry, and those obscure purveyors of corrupted Swedish death metal, Carbonized-along with more obvious entries such as Fates Warning, Opeth, and, of course, Dream Theater.

“One thing prog metal certainly is, is metal. Hard and bold and brash, but refined, adulterated, and mutated; it is heavy metal taken somewhere illuminating and sometimes bizarre.”
"Det provokerer mig, at vores nuværende regering har det som formål, at vi allesammen skal leve tre år længere.
Hvad med i stedet at give tilladelse til eutanasi, for så sjovt er livet trods alt heller ikke."

Jytte Nørtoft Jensen, Silkeborg.

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#110 Indlæg af Boutros Boutros-Ghali » 05 apr 2011 20:54

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There is a romantic image of the local record shop which Nick Hornby captures with exquisite detail in his novel High Fidelity. "The shop smells of stale smoke, damp and plastic dust-covers, and it's narrow and dingy and dirty and overcrowded....this is what record shops should look like, and only Phil Collins' fans bother with those that look as clean and wholesome as a suburban Habitat."

The shop in Hornby's book is staffed by a bunch of oddballs, united by an obsessive love of recorded music and committed with an almost missionary zeal to the business of supplying it to the public. The owner measures out his life in an endless succession of music-related lists – everything from his Favourite Records (Singles) to his Top Five Dream Jobs.

Graham Jones, one of the founders of Proper Music Distribution has been doing his dream job – or variations on it – for most of his life, and the true story of his time spent working in and around the world of independent record retailing is every bit as colourful, funny, strange, and occasionally sad as any fictional yarn.

Graham has some lists of his own, and in Last Shop Standing he has amassed many extraordinary tales of the best shops he has done business with over the years and hilarious accounts of the worst. He reveals the truth about chart hyping and shines a light on some of the extraordinary shenanigans that have regularly gone on behind the scenes as record companies go about promoting some of their biggest hits (and misses).

But the most shocking list is the one that begins and defines Last Shop Standing: a roll call of some of the 540 record shops that have closed in the last four years alone. For record retailing is an industry in crisis. Beset by the onward march of the supermarkets, the growing popularity of music downloading and a host of other rapidly emerging market trends, the traditional record shop has become an endangered species.

While Graham recognises such problems, and explains them with an insider's knowledge and eye for detail, he remains committed to the future of the industry that he loves. As well as being a eulogy to an era that is fast fading into history, Last Shop Standing is also a celebration of the unique spirit of comradeship and entrepreneurial ingenuity that has enabled so many shops to keep operating successfully in such a harsh trading environment. All of which makes this a most timely and important book.

Graham has amassed a fantastic collection of anecdotes on his travels around the record shops of Britain, and Last Shop Standing is a unique slice of social history and record industry folklore. It is also a damn good laugh.

David Sinclair November 2008
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