Rock: the rough guide

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Rough Guides, 1996 - Music - 1001 pages
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This completely updated edition of The Rough Guide to Rock is Four indispensable guide to the best (and worst) of rock with penetrating of more than 1200 bands and craze. In-depth career biographies of more than 1200 bands and artists are accompanied by recommended discographics and hundreds of pictures detailing the triumph and disasters of rock's celebrated and obscure.

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One of the best rock music encyclopedias out there. I own a copy and always find myself reading and rereading it. I hope a new edition comes out soon. Read full review

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Written and researched by Jonathan Buckley with additional research by Charles Hebbert and Kate Hughes. Jonathan Buckley is the co-author of the Rough Guides to Tuscany and Umbria and Florence, and has published three novels: The Biography of Thomas Lang, Xerxes and Ghost MacIndoe.

Written by a very experienced team of authors and contributors. Mark Ellingham is a co-founder of Rough Guides and author of the original Rough Guide to Morocco. Daniel Jacobs is a long-time Rough Guide author and has written the Rough Guides to Jerusalem, Israel, Tunisia and Egypt.

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