KEITH FERGUSON - TEXAS BLUES BASS
by Detlef Schmidt
New! Ask any blues bassist to name the most influential
electric player and most will say Keith Ferguson from the
WILD TALES: A ROCK & ROLL LIFE
by Graham Nash
New! A founding member of the iconic bands Crosby,
Stills, Nash & Young and the Hollies shares the story of
his life from his youth in post-war England and
collaborations with fellow band members through his
creative relationship with Joni Mitchell and his enduring
career as a solo ...
SIMPLE DREAMS: A MUSICAL MEMOIR
by Linda Ronstadt
Now in paperback!
C.F. MARTIN & CO. - IMAGES OF AMERICA
by Dick Boak, C.F. Martin IV
New! This family business has persevered from well before
the Civil War through the present and remains the oldest
surviving maker of stringed instruments in the world.
ROOTS OF THE REVIVAL: AMERICAN & BRITISH FOLK MUSIC IN THE 1950S
by Ronald D. Cohen & Rachel Clare Donaldson
New! Juxtaposes the related but distinct midcentury
revivals of folk music that took place in the United States
and Great Britain.
GUITAR DREAMS - COLLECTED INTERVIEWS, ARTICLES AND PHOTOGRAPHS
by Andy Volk
New! Contributors include Nato Lima (virtuoso nylong string
guitarist), Jerry Byrd (steel guitar pioneer), Gabor Szabo
(jazz and world music pioneer), Amos Garrett (Telecaster
master), Muriel Anderson (fingerstyle virtuoso), George Barnes
(seminal jazz guitarist), and many others.
KENTUCKY TRAVELER: MY LIFE IN MUSIC
by Ricky Skaggs
Now in paperback! Celebrating his 40th year as a professional
musician, the musical prodigy and legend who revived modern
bluegrass music presents a heartfelt and candid memoir.
KING OF THE QUEEN CITY - THE STORY OF KING RECORDS
by Jon Hartley Fox
Now in paperback! A comprehensive history of King Records, one
of the most influential independent record companies in the
history of American music
PRODUCING COUNTRY: THE INSIDE STORY OF THE GREAT RECORDINGS
by Michael Jarrett
New! Musicians make music. Producers make records. In the
early days of recorded music, the producer was the "artists-
and-repertoire man," or A&R man.
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