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Bard's Log Cheston Harris
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The Bard's Log is the diary or blog of an american musician by the name of Cheston Harris. The bard tells tales of merriment and tales of hardship. The central message of this particular publication is to encourage everyone to be a part of their local music scene. Go out and support a local band that works hard, and plays hard. Some of the most talented people in the world aren't on your radio and their not on your television, they're at a tiny bar around the corner from your house.
ILL 4 LIFE! OUR TIME, MY STORY J. Wrice Sr.
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781946812933
ILL 4 LIFE! OUR TIME, MY STORY is a non-fiction story about my time as an Ill-State Assassin and my group Tha Chamba. What is an Ill-State Assassin you ask? It's a music organization that reign in the Chicago hip hop golden era in the 80's, 90's and beyond. It's based on my life in the music industry, the trials and tribulations of thirty people struggling to make it in the music business. Friends turn into enemies, relationships, feuds with rival crews and family love. Trying to fulfill our dreams and being nominated for a Grammy award in the process. But most of all, making a mark in the history of urban hip hop music. This is the first installment from the creative mind of J. Wrice S ...
So Long It's Been Good Linoleum - My Life In Music Terry Hill
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Size: 6" x 9"
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Memoir combined with the professional journal of a working musician.
The Corrosive Gulley Curruption is a Way of Life kululu Atsiaya
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A young man who has just taken the oath of allegiance as anAmerican citizen takes a trip back to Africa, in his homeland Kenya, and this trip ends up giving his life a mission. With the advantage of being an insider (having been born and grown up in Nairobi) and outsider (having resided in the United States of America for more than ten years), the author takes the reader on an experiential appreciation of corruption and its faces in his immediate environment. It is a reflective account of how the writer travels the corridors of time into his childhood and back to adulthood, to appreciate how things have so changed; only to remain the same; in some instances, completely the same. Through ...
Wicked Woman Addison Herron-Wheeler
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ISBN: 9781311604118
This book traces the history of women in the heavy metal scene from the 1960s to now, starting with Jinx Dawson in 1969 and leading up to the modern-day doom scene, which still has a heavy emphasis on the ethos of the Goddess Tradition. In between are the legacies of many women who have impacted the metal world, and the story of women's inclusion in this rich genre.