Bootleg: The Rise & Fall of the Secret Recording Industry

Front Cover
Music Sales Group, 2003 - Music - 375 pages
0 Reviews
Bootleg tells the whole fascinating saga of the industry dedicated to making unofficial recordings available to true fans - from its underground infancy through the CD protection gap era, to the recent explosion of online trading of MP3 files.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Prologue
1
A Boot By Any Other Name
5
Artifacts
11
From The Bard To The Blues
13
The Custodians Of Vocal History
22
The First Great White Wonders
32
All Rights Reserved All Wrongs Reversed
55
The SmokinPig
71
Eraserhead Can Rub You Out
182
Audiophiles
193
It Was More Than Twenty Years Ago
195
Some Ultra Rare Sweet Apple Trax
204
They Said It Couldnt be Done
214
It Was Less Than Twenty Years Ago
227
The Third Generation
234
The House That Apple Built
251

Going Underground
81
Vickis Vinyl
100
White Cover Folks
111
Anarchy In The UK
126
EastWest
138
Real Cuts At Last
161
Complete Control
176
Bringing It All Back Home
267
The Last Go Around
284
Perfectsoundforever
317
Glossary
339
Acknowledgements
357
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information