Rock and Roll Jews
" Leiber and Stoller are perhaps the most celebrated (Rock'n'Roll Jews) along with Phil Spector, but there have been others who have contributed greatly. Michael Billig examines that influence through the worl of luminaries like Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Carole King and Lou Reed." Nottingham Evening Post, From the bookjacket.
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