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The 10 Rules of Rock and Roll Collected Music Writing 2005-11 (Paperback)

Author:  Robert Forster
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1906002916
ISBN-13: 9781906002916
Sku: 221669943
Publish Date: 7/1/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.25H x 6L x 0.75T
Pages:  252
 
In his first book, The 10 Rules of Rock and Roll, Australian singer-songwriter Robert Forster takes readers on an idiosyncratic journey through the past and present of popular music - from Bob Dylan to Cat Power, from AC/DC to Nana Mouskouri, from The Saints to Franz Ferdinand. With thirty-years experience as a recording artist/performer and an undimmed love of popular music, Forster''s observations about his fellow artists balance the enthusiasm of a fan with an insider''s authority. He is that rare thing, a musician who can write about music, and he brings to this collection of critical essays the erudition, wit and craft of his songwriting.
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In his first book, The 10 Rules of Rock and Roll, Australian singer-songwriter Robert Forster takes readers on an idiosyncratic journey through the past and present of popular music - from Bob Dylan to Cat Power, from AC/DC to Nana Mouskouri, from The Saints to Franz Ferdinand. With thirty-years experience as a recording artist/performer and an undimmed love of popular music, Forster's observations about his fellow artists balance the enthusiasm of a fan with an insider's authority. He is that rare thing, a musician who can write about music, and he brings to this collection of critical essays the erudition, wit and craft of his songwriting.
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