Musicians in Tune: 75 Contemporary Musicians Discuss the Creative Process

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Music - 288 pages
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Formerly married to Mick Fleetwood and now to Don Henley's drummer Ian Wallace, Jenny Boyd has spent much of her adult life with the most influential musicians of her generation. Here she provides a forum for musicians in every field of popular music to speak candidly about their lives and the events, people, and other factors that influenced and propelled their own creative processes. 50 photographs. Index.

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Too bad this book is out of print. It was an extremely helpful reference for my own book. With quotes and interviews of 75 rock and jazz musicians, Boyd discusses how musicians tap into the collective unconscious while creating music. Read full review

Musicians in tune: seventy-five contemporary musicians discuss the creative process

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Based on author Boyd's doctoral dissertation, this work is the result of interviews conducted with rock, pop, rap, country, and jazz musicians from 1987 to 1991. Artists, ranging from the truly gifted ... Read full review


One Nurturing Creativity
Two The Drive to Create
Four The Collective Unconscious

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Holly George-Warren is the award-winning author of numerous books, including "Grateful Dead 365" and "Public Cowboy No. 1: The Life and Times of Gene Autry"; the coeditor of "The Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll"; and the coproducer of the Grammy-nominated box set "Respect: A Century of Women in Music".

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