The Go-Betweens

Front Cover
Pgw, Oct 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages
4 Reviews
The Go-Betweens recorded six albums that are among the finest work of the 1980s, earning them a reputation as “the ultimate cult band” and the lasting esteem of their peers, from R.E.M. to Sleater-Kinney. In 2000 they returned to making records--and received the best reviews of their career. David Nichols relates their story with wit and verve, and since the Go-Betweens had personalities as well as talent, their biography is compelling reading, not just for committed fans but for anyone interested in the current music scene. “I loved this book," raved Jonathan Lethem. "How elegant that the dark-horse band lavished with obsessive and loving attention by David Nichols should be the one whose weird and lovely depths can truly sustain and reward it—the life-altering Go-Betweens."

What people are saying - Write a review

Review: The Go-Betweens

User Review  - Peter - Goodreads

A great book on one of the finest bands to come out of Australia to wet and miserable London. Some great info about the politics around the late 70's in Oz as well. Read full review

Review: The Go-Betweens

User Review  - Darragh Murray - Goodreads

Really interesting profile of one of my favourite bands. Read full review

References to this book

About the author (2003)

David Nichols is a prominent music journalist (Rolling Stone, Puncture, Smash Hits) and musician (Huon, The Cannanes)