The Vinyl Dialogues: Stories behind memorable albums of the 1970s (All  4  Books   )  Kindle Editions   - All Free Currently  Free @ Amazon
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The Vinyl Dialogues: Stories behind memorable albums of the 1970s (All 4 Books ) Kindle Editions - All Free Currently Free @ Amazon

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Found 3rd FebEdited by:"Boz"
Great Series For Music Lovers Interested In The Stories Behind The Classic Albums.

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The Vinyl Dialogues: Stories behind memorable albums of the 1970s as told by the artists Kindle Edition
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The Vinyl Dialogues, Volume II: Dropping the Needle... on more albums of the 1970s

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The Vinyl Dialogues Volume III: Stacks of Wax

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The Vinyl Dialogues IV: From Studio to Stylus

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New, Enhanced Version! Featuring discographies and links to

online previews & detailed album descriptions for music featured in

The Vinyl Dialogues
A Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Library Book!
The

new book by Mike Morsch features interviews with Rock luminaries such

as Hall & Oates, Stevie Van Zandt, Dave Mason, Edgar Winter, Joe

Vitale, The Doobie Brothers, Al Stewart and more. The Vinyl Dialogues

offers the stories behind 31 of the top albums of the 70s, including

backstories behind the albums, the songs, and the artists.



It was the 1970s: Big hair, bell-bottomed pants, Elvis sideburns and

puka shell necklaces. The drugs, the freedom, the Me Generation, the

lime green leisure suits.

And then there was the music and how it defined a generation. The birth of Philly soul, the Jersey Shore Sound and disco.

It's all there in "The Vinyl Dialogues," as told by the artists who lived and made Rock and Roll history throughout the decade.

Throw

in a little political intrigue - The Guess Who being asked not to play

its biggest hit, "American Woman," at a White House appearance and

Brewer and Shipley being called political subversives and making

President Nixon's infamous "enemies list" - and "The Vinyl Dialogues

offers a first-hand snapshot of a country in transition, hung over from

the massive cultural changes of the 1960s and ready to dress

outrageously and to shake its collective booty. All seen through the

eyes, recollections and perspectives of the artists who lived it and

made all that great music on all those great albums.
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Considering I've only just recently got my Kindle charged again and looking into writing better dialogues for fiction writing, that and I've also recently bought a new turntable and am in vinyl, there are too many coincidences for me to pass this up. It's almost if the big G.O.D is guiding me and I'm not even religious! Thank you OP!
Edited by: "NathanielBennett" 3rd Feb
Thanks Boz.
Cheers
NathanielBennett1 h, 24 m ago

Considering I've only just recently got my Kindle charged again and …Considering I've only just recently got my Kindle charged again and looking into writing better dialogues for fiction writing, that and I've also recently bought a new turntable and am in vinyl, there are too many coincidences for me to pass this up. It's almost if the big G.O.D is guiding me and I'm not even religious! Thank you OP!


I know he's good, but Boz a GOD!
Edited by: "f3lix" 3rd Feb
NathanielBennett1 h, 55 m ago

Considering I've only just recently got my Kindle charged again and …Considering I've only just recently got my Kindle charged again and looking into writing better dialogues for fiction writing, that and I've also recently bought a new turntable and am in vinyl, there are too many coincidences for me to pass this up. It's almost if the big G.O.D is guiding me and I'm not even religious! Thank you OP!



NathanielBennett1 h, 55 m ago

Considering I've only just recently got my Kindle charged again and …Considering I've only just recently got my Kindle charged again and looking into writing better dialogues for fiction writing, that and I've also recently bought a new turntable and am in vinyl, there are too many coincidences for me to pass this up. It's almost if the big G.O.D is guiding me and I'm not even religious! Thank you OP!



NathanielBennett1 h, 55 m ago

Considering I've only just recently got my Kindle charged again and …Considering I've only just recently got my Kindle charged again and looking into writing better dialogues for fiction writing, that and I've also recently bought a new turntable and am in vinyl, there are too many coincidences for me to pass this up. It's almost if the big G.O.D is guiding me and I'm not even religious! Thank you OP!



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Yes What's Wrong With The Boz God
That's awesome, thanks Boz!

HEAT!
cracking stuff Boz! cheers
Interesting one, cheers Boz
Where do you get a Kindle from....
Nice one, Boz. Thank you, sir.
johnf0074 h, 22 m ago

Where do you get a Kindle from....


There are various models of Kindle, John. See the following webpage:

amazon.co.uk/s/r…dle

You don't, however, actually need a Kindle to read Kindle eBooks. Amazon offer a FREE Kindle Reading App, which you can download and install on your PC, Mac, or Android. There are downloaed links on the following webpage:

amazon.co.uk/s/r…app
Pop tasting!

I was going to say "Poptastic!" but I sort of rather like autocorrect's interpretation so I'll stick with it.

Cheers BozGod.
Thanks Boz..
I can't see it as free - unless you have a paid Kindle Unlimited subscription, or a 30 day trial of it (which I can't get).

Am I missing something? If not, I don't really think this is "free"....
How do you get it for free - without kindle unlimited?
Red_Robbo6th Feb

I can't see it as free - unless you have a paid Kindle Unlimited …I can't see it as free - unless you have a paid Kindle Unlimited subscription, or a 30 day trial of it (which I can't get).Am I missing something? If not, I don't really think this is "free"....


Sadly, they have gone back up to their old price now, no longer free. They were previously priced at £0.00 - Good while it lasted.
Edited by: "Goopster" 9th Feb
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