Rock and Roll is Here to Stay

Rock and Roll is Here to Stay An electrifying collection of the most entertaining and illuminating writing on and from the rock and roll scene Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay assembles the writing of those who played the music and p

  • Title: Rock and Roll is Here to Stay
  • Author: William McKeen Peter Guralnick
  • ISBN: 9780393047004
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An electrifying collection of the most entertaining and illuminating writing on and from the rock and roll scene Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay assembles the writing of those who played the music and pushed it to new limits, as well as those who were there to witness and celebrate its power 20 photos.

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    About "William McKeen Peter Guralnick"

    1. William McKeen Peter Guralnick

      Author of Mile Marker Zero, Outlaw Journalist, Highway 61, Rock and Roll is Here to Stay and several other books, William McKeen teaches at Boston University and chairs its department of journalism He lives on the rocky coast of Cohasset, Massachusetts.

    361 thoughts on “Rock and Roll is Here to Stay”

    1. A thorough (640 pages) compilation of great music writing, from interviews and tributes to memoirs and exposés. It's these last types of pieces that are the most interesting --- rather unflattering revelations about opportunists like Courtney Love and Sheryl Crow show what some will do for fame, while Bill Graham's warts and all remembrance of Woodstock keeps the memory alive and Ronnie Spector's portrayal of the insane, insecure Phil Spector brings an over-rated legend down a peg. Even the fic [...]


    2. Great Book! All lover's of music should read this. For those looking for "new" music to listen to, this will introduce a person to some of the older recordings that might have been forgotten about or "lost". There were times while reading this that I felt I was at a rock concert.


    3. Perhaps not an introduction to rock history if you’re as totally new to the stuff as I was, but a fascinating collection of wonderful writing about rock music, even given the unevenness inherent in anthologies, which isn’t so bad here. Definitely worth a look.



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