Nevermind: Nirvana

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Schirmer Books, Nov 9, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 173 pages
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Nevermind is the album that established Nirvana as a worldwide sensation, putting grunge rock on the map as the "next big thing." Featuring interviews with the band's members and producers, as well as with many other people on the scene, this book reconstructs how the album was made and registers its impact on its audience. Nevermind gives new insights into the band's early career; draws on documentary evidence and interviews with the participants themselves - most never before revealed; includes rare archival photographs of the sessions and memorabilia from early concerts; and provides full session information, song by song, as well as a discography and a bibliography.

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Contents

IN BLOOM
8
COME AS YOU
23
SMART SESSIONS
33
Copyright

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Berkenstadt has worked with Nirvana since the band's inception.

Charles R. Cross is the author of seven books, including "Led Zeppelin: Heaven and Hell" and the "New York Times" bestseller "Heavier Than Heaven: A Biography of Kurt Cobain", which won the ASCAP Timothy White Award for outstanding biography. A veteran rock critic, Cross's writing has appeared in hundreds of publications, including "Rolling Stone", "Esquire", "Q", and "Spin". He lives in Seattle.

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