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When Quiet Was the New Loud

When Quiet Was the New Loud

Celebrating the Acoustic Airwaves 1998-2003. Tom Clayton’s affectionate reclaimation of the New Acoustic Movement, a musical era that although happened relatively recently, is already being purposefully forgotten.

The Chameleon Poet: Bob Dylan’s Search For Self

The Chameleon Poet: Bob Dylan’s Search For Self

John Bauldie’s previously-unpublished work of forensic insight into Bob Dylan’s unique artistic journey.

Pit-folk and Peers – Volume I

Pit-folk and Peers – Volume I

The Remarkable History of the People of Fryston: Volume I – Echoes of Fryston Hall (1809-1908) David Waddington vividly resuscitates the nineteenth-century lives of the inhabitants of long-lost Fryston Hall.

Have A Bleedin Guess

Have A Bleedin Guess

The story of The Fall’s 1982 classic album Hex Enduction Hour by Paul Hanley, one of The Fall’s two drummers when Hex was created.

No One Else Could Play That Tune

No One Else Could Play That Tune

In the first of a new incarnation of the Wanted Man Study Series, Clinton Heylin’s monograph is the perfect companion to the all-singing all-dancing boxed set of the complete New York sessions for Dylan’s fabled Blood On The Tracks: More Blood, More Tracks.

What We Did Instead of Holidays

What We Did Instead of Holidays

What We Did Instead of Holidays: A History of Fairport Convention and Its Extended Folk-Rock Family by leading music historian Clinton Heylin, a comprehensive new biography of Fairport Convention and their many offshoots, telling the full story of English folk-rock in its golden era (1968-1982).

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.

Leave The Capital

Leave The Capital

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

King of Clubs

King of Clubs

Maureen Prest’s memoir of James Corrigan and the world famous Batley Variety Club.

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.

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