Giants of Rock Music
Pauline Rivelli, Robert Levin
Da Capo Press, 1970 - Music - 125 pages
This book brings together the creative giants of the music in a series of interviews and articles that were written at the time rock was flourishing. The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Jefferson Airplane, the Mothers of Invention, Creedence Clearwater Revival--all of them receive separate chapters.
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