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Leave The Capital

Leave The Capital

Leave The Capital by Paul Hanley. A history of Manchester music and cultural emancipation.

You Can Drum But You Can’t Hide

You Can Drum But You Can’t Hide

Memoir from Manchester drummer Simon Wolstencroft, a musician who connects across all the iconic Manchester bands. ‘Wolstencroft’s book gives us a whole new perspective about Manchester’s music scene. A cracking read.’ — Louder Than War

The Big Midweek – Life Inside The Fall

The Big Midweek – Life Inside The Fall

The first insider’s account of life inside The Fall: unprecedented insight into the intense, highly-charged creative atmosphere within the most talked about band of the last 30 years. A Guardian Book of the Year 2014

Bringing It All Back Home

Bringing It All Back Home

Heart warming, moving and laugh out loud funny, Bringing It All Back Home by Ian Clayton is the truest book you will ever read about music and the things that really matter.

‘One of the best books about popular music ever written.’ – Alan Lewis, Record Collector

Trouble In Mind

Trouble In Mind

A comprehensive and thrilling account of Bob Dylan’s gospel years, an essential guide to the bootleg series box set.

JUDAS!

JUDAS!

From Forest Hills to the Free Trade Hall, A Historical View of the Big Boo. A definitive account of Bob Dylan’s electrifying tour of 1965-66 by Clinton Heylin, the world’s authority on all things Dylan.

Anarchy in the Year Zero

Anarchy in the Year Zero

The Sex Pistols, The Clash and the ‘Class of 76. This is the story of the birth of Punk, with a capital P. Year Zero, 1976. ‘For those who weren’t there, but swear they were, now you are.’ – Richard Boon, former Buzzcocks manager

Carpet Burns

Carpet Burns

Carpet Burns is Tom Hingley’s account of his life as lead singer of Inspiral Carpets. ‘This is a fascinating and unique book about a unique and fascinating life. Memoirs are made of this.’ – David Quantick

Away From the Light of Day

Away From the Light of Day

Inspiring autobiography of Amadou and Mariam and their early years in Mali.

‘Amadou and Mariam are set to become a phenomenon.’ – The Times

The Train of Ice and Fire

The Train of Ice and Fire

Ramón Chao’s chronical of the infamous rock and roll tour through Colombia on The Train of Ice and Fire in 1993. Translated by Ann Wright

‘Maybe it was the best adventure I ever had.’ – Manu Chao

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