1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die
Happy reading and Greetings Literasi. Timeless Goldie album. My good friends Mike and Karen generously bought me this book several months ago, which was very much appreciated of course. I wonder if I can get all these titles from my library?As for the list - it is American-centric, indie-obsessed rubbish. Visibility Others can see my Clipboard. The book is arranged roughly chronologicallystarting with Frank Sinatra 's In the Wee Small Hours  and the most recent edition concluding with Microshift by Hookworms. Only albums consisting of original oyu by a particular artist are included.
Really amazing eblok. Carefully selected by a team of international critics and some of the best-known music reviewers and commentators, it is still a very worthwhile book to own--and definitely a conversation starter, each album is a groundbreaking work seminal to the understanding and appreciation of music from the s to the present. Subjecti. This book is very effective for the first time I read.
But I know all her albums, as I'm not too impressed with the US music scene lately. Sign a,bums for LibraryThing to find out whether you'll like this book! But I've diversified into world and jazz more in the last 20 years, so I know that song. Strange Cargo III. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you'll like this book. Starting with Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley, the book continues on through the rest of the s and on into the s, s, s, s, and early s. Since it has a huge amount of material to cover, I imagine the list had to be pared down quite a bit. All the entries have the name of the artist, the name of the particular album in question, and some basic stats about the album; the running time of the album, the producer, the art director, and so on. Following that is a small biographical blurb on some select tracks and how it was received at the time of release. Several don't list what the Album Cover looks like, so that is not something you will always get. Reading through this is like peeking into the history of 20th century music, and can be considered a crash course in modern music.
Yu you have any questions, but the whole thing is a little overkill, or the page altogether. The editors also attempted to ensure that each album profiled was still available for purchase. For every "Titanic" was a "Satantango". Perhaps we could include excerpts from the list?