British Rock Guitar: The First 50 Years, the Musicians and Their Stories
The guitar has become the most emotive musical instrument of the last 50 years of rock and roll. Charting the rise of the musical genre and the electric guitar in Britain, this highly illustrated history includes candid interviews and stories from the most influential musicians in British rock. Written by bassist Mo Foster and drawing on the recollections of greats such as Eric Clapton, Hank Marvin, and Brian May, this account demonstrates the phenomenal impact that the guitar has had in the development of British music. Insightful, passionate, and humorous, this account is sure to entice rock-and-roll fans of all ages.
- Dewey Decimal: 781
- Physical Description: 7.8"x9.9"x1.1"; 2.2 lb; 320 pages
- Edition Info: Hardcover; 2011-11-01
- Arts & Photography -- Music -- History & Criticism
- Arts & Photography -- Music -- Instruments & Performers
- History -- Europe -- England
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