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California Celebrity Vineyards: From Napa To Los Olivos In Search Of Great Wine
Author: Wise, Nick; Sunshine, Linda
Price: £20.00
While they travelled the world for their first book, Celebrity Vineyards, here authors Nick Wise and Linda Sunshine focus on California, the land of abundance, creativity, winemaking and, of course, celebrities. California Celebrity Vineyards is filled with details of their travels, the wines they tasted, and the incredible men and women they met, all recounted in loving and often humorous detail.

Maybe I'm Doing It Wrong - The Life & Music Of Randy Newman
Author: Stafford, David; Stafford, Caroline
Price: £20.00
There has never been anyone quite like Randy Newman, a truly unique and distinctive voice in popular, film and TV music. Maybe I'm Doing It Wrong - The Life And Music Of Randy Newman is a biography that presents an ideal introduction to the singer-songwriter while also celebrating a wonderful body of work for established fans.

Cobain On Cobain: Interviews & Encounters (Ed. Nick Soulsby)
Price: £16.99
Cobain On Cobain tells the fascinating story of Nirvana through Kurt's own words. Drawing on the most comprehensive compendium of interviews, editor Nick Soulsby traces the history of the band through five years from their first album in 1989 to their premature end in 1994. This definitive collection of Kurt's own words is a unique insight into the legendary band's trials and triumphs.

Michael Bradley: Teenage Kicks - My Life As An Undertone
Author: Bradley, Michael
Price: £16.99
In the summer of 1974, Michael Bradley joined his school friend's band in Derry, Northern Ireland. At the time, they had two guitarists and no singer. Four years later, with Bradley providing the driving bass rhythm, The Undertones released 'Teenage Kicks' and were propelled to fame. The fascinating story behind the song, the band and the man are told in Teenage Kicks - My Life As An Undertone.

A Tribute To Keith Moon (There Is No Substitute)
Author: Snowball, Ian
Price: £25.00
Compiled by Ian Snowball and authorised by the Estate of Keith Moon and Keith's daughter, Amanda De Wolf, There Is No Substitute is a fitting tribute to The Who's legendary late drummer Keith Moon.

Come Together - Lennon & McCartney In The Seventies
Author: White, Richard
Price: £16.99
Written by Richard White, Come Together is the story of Lennon and McCartney In The Seventies, offering an intriguing new perspective on the personal relationship and solo careers of John Lennon and Paul McCartney in the decade following the breakup of The Beatles.

Carmine Appice: Stick It! My Life Of Sex, Drums, And Rock 'N' Roll
Author: Appice, Carmine
Price: £16.99
Stick It! is the scarcely believable story of the legendary rock drummer Carmine Appice. With a rock 'n' roll lifestyle inevitably comes a story that's wild, chaotic and thrilling to read. A foreword by Rod Stewart kicks off one of the most extraordinary and outrageous rock biographies of our time.

The Faces: Had Me A Real Good Time (Paperback)
Author: Neill, Andy
Price: £18.99
Had Me A Real Good Time is the definitive tale of one of Britain's best-loved bands, The Faces. Formed in 1969 from the remnants of the Small Faces and the Jeff Beck Group, Ron Wood, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan and Kenney Jones, along with their raspy-voiced frontman Rod Stewart created a direct, uplifting brand of rock 'n' roll that they made their own.

Bake In Black: Music Inspired Baking
Author: O Sullivan, Eve; O Sullivan, David
Price: £14.99

Bake In Black started life as a blog from a kitchen in East London and was written by a musician and food journalist.


El Sistema: Music For Social Change
Price: £25.00
El Sistema means "The System", and since its inception 40 years ago, it has revolutionised music education in communities of different socio-economic backgrounds internationally. This collection of essays, edited by Christine Witkowski, illustrates its mission of Music For Social Change, offering practical information for anyone seeking knowledge, inspiration or guidance for adapting El Sistema to any community.





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