The Greatest Albums You'll Never Hear: Unreleased Records by the World's Greatest Artists

The Greatest Albums You'll Never Hear: Unreleased Records by the World's Greatest Artists By Bruno Macdonald, The Greatest Albums You ll Never Hear Unreleased Records by the World s Greatest Artists Subtitle on cover Unreleased records by the world s greatest artists
  • Title: The Greatest Albums You'll Never Hear: Unreleased Records by the World's Greatest Artists
  • Author: Bruno Macdonald
  • ISBN: 9781844037773
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Greatest Albums You'll Never Hear: Unreleased Records by the World's Greatest Artists By Bruno Macdonald, Subtitle on cover Unreleased records by the world s greatest artists.
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    1. I picked this book up on a whim, immediately drawn in by what could have been I collect musical rarities, and the concept of this book was too tantalising to resist I expected a heartbreaking read all the treasure, all the unreleased music and to have it presented so clearly it feels so close you can practically hear it However, as I got further and further into the book I actually felt glad that many of these didn t come to fruition Whether it was a falling out, a poorly thought out idea or eve [...]


    2. I m definitely the target audience for a book like this I love to hear about shelved albums the friction between temperamental artists and the record industry And while I did find it interesting, it was ultimately pretty light and, at times, corny Also, some of the entries were really pushing the limits of what one should consider an unreleased album Still, worth checking out if this is your thing.


    3. A really cool behind the scenes look at the music industry, this book explores how the creative process, business practices, interpersonal drama or just life can change the course of an artist s career This book is all about how those factors led to those lost albums that you read about from time to time, but will likely never be able to hear.


    4. a mixed bag partly because some of the artists dave matthews band for example i have no interest in the sections that engaged are very interesting its for the train spotter music fan but its interesting and a good window on creativity


    5. This book details a number of albums that were under development by various artists but never released.I found some of the details quite interesting, but I think you would have to be very interested in the artists described to really appreciate this book.


    6. This was a fun read, and I even learned a few things about projects I didn t know about But the artwork seemed superfluous or bad, some of the selections were dubious, and this book seriously overused the word mooted.


    7. An easy look through some of the most bootlegged albums and others that never quite made it that far many of them have now eventually made it out in some form or another The title s therefore not quite right, but a good read for the most part.


    8. Decent read, but any revised editions should moot the word mooted, which is incredibly overused in this book I read it here times than I ve heard it aloud in my life.



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