From Oscar Wilde to Ziggy Stardust, from Liberace to Lou Reed and T Rex to Roxy Music, here is the flamboyant decadence, the androgyny, and the sheer unadulterated fun of the early '70s - in an incredible rock history that tells it like it was.
©1998 Barney Hoskyns (P)2012 Talking Music
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"Small, Important Music Movement"
It's a quick, fun listen. Loved hearing all of the names. Made song lists from the bands and titles mentioned.
I'm a Roxy Music fan and loved the degree of attention paid to them in this book.
Glitter, Heroin and Fluff
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glam, rock, intellectualism
This book is non-fiction, but I'm going to say David Bowie or Brian Eno anyway because I love them.
I have not listened to her performances before, but her voice is very pleasant.
It gave me a lot of the warm fuzzies (because glam rock is pretty much my favorite thing in the world) and I cried when it ended because I didn't ever want it to.
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