CAMION NOIR

Titre : CAMION NOIR
Auteur : Sophie Noël
Éditeur : CAMION BLANC
ISBN-13 : 9782357795921
Libération :

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Tristement célèbre pour avoir prétendument ordonné une série de meurtres sanglants qui terrorisèrent l’Amérique en août 1969, Charles Manson est passé, en l’espace d’une dizaine d’années, du statut de gourou de secte criminel à celui d’icône de la sous-culture. Car si le rock (au sens le plus large) s’est toujours nourri de comportements déviants et de personnages sulfureux, aucun n’aura été plus souvent cité que Charlie Manson. Ses morceaux furent repris par un grand nombre d’artistes, sa voix fut largement samplée, son visage est apparu sur moult pochettes de disques et son nom (ou celui de ses sbires) a été plus souvent utilisé dans des chansons que ceux de tous les tueurs en série réunis ! Le présent ouvrage a pour but non seulement de raconter les évènements qui valurent à Manson et à sa Family de connaître une gloire malsaine, mais surtout d’étudier l’impact inquiétant qu’ils ont pu avoir sur différents styles musicaux, et ce à travers les témoignages (parfois dérangeants) de nombreux artistes.

Charles Manson

Titre : Charles Manson
Auteur : So. Noël
Éditeur :
ISBN-13 : 235779030X
Libération : 2009-08-14

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Tristement célèbre pour avoir prétendument ordonné une série de meurtres sanglants qui terrorisèrent l'Amérique en août 1969, Charles Manson est passé, en l'espace d'une dizaine d'années, du statut de gourou de secte criminel à celui d'icône de la sous-culture. Car si le rock (au sens le plus large) s'est toujours nourri de comportements déviants et de personnages sulfureux, aucun n'aura été plus souvent cité que Charlie Manson. Ses morceaux furent repris par un grand nombre d'artistes, sa voix fut largement samplée, son visage est apparu sur moult pochettes de disques et son nom (ou celui de ses sbires) a été plus souvent utilisé dans des chansons que ceux de tous les tueurs en série réunis ! Le présent ouvrage a pour but non seulement de raconter les évènements qui valurent à Manson et à sa Family de connaître une gloire malsaine, mais surtout d'étudier l'impact inquiétant qu'ils ont pu avoir sur différents styles musicaux, et ce à travers les témoignages (parfois dérangeants) de nombreux artistes.

Manson

Titre : Manson
Auteur : Jeff Guinn
Éditeur : Simon and Schuster
ISBN-13 : 9781451645170
Libération : 2014-08-05

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An account of one of the most notorious criminals in American history puts Manson in the context of his times, the turbulent end of the 1960s, revealing a rock star wannabe whose killings were directly related to his musical ambitions.

Charles Manson Music Mayhem Murder

Titre : Charles Manson Music Mayhem Murder
Auteur : Tommy Udo
Éditeur : Bobcat Books
ISBN-13 : 9780857128065
Libération : 2012-03-08

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Detailed account of Manson's life, including his attempt to break into the LA scene of the mid '60s, to his bizarre relationship with the Beach Boys, his obsession with The Beatles, his demo releases from prison which achieved quadruple platinum sales, the resultant lawsuit to ban his royalties, his influence on Guns n' Roses, and his links with ne-Nazi rock underground.

Manson

Titre : Manson
Auteur : Jeff Guinn
Éditeur : Simon and Schuster
ISBN-13 : 9781451645170
Libération : 2014-08-05

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An account of one of the most notorious criminals in American history puts Manson in the context of his times, the turbulent end of the 1960s, revealing a rock star wannabe whose killings were directly related to his musical ambitions.

Rock Music The Citadel of Satan

Titre : Rock Music The Citadel of Satan
Auteur : Alex Maloney
Éditeur : Xlibris Corporation
ISBN-13 : 9781456866228
Libération : 2011-03-17

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........Let me assure you, the reader, that I am not some slick author who will astound you with a myriad of words and descriptions beyond your understanding, but rather this book is written by an ordinary working man who has spent most of his life away from God, but having been saved by the Grace of God, and having accepted The Lord Jesus Christ into my life, I am now compelled by His Holy Spirit to battle for Him in this area which Satan has made his own. Because this book is written under the influence of the Holy Spirit, not only in content but also in direction, I urge you to read it under the influence of that self same Spirit. The aim of this book is to bring knowledge to Christians and non-Christians alike..........

The Rough Guide to Rock

Titre : The Rough Guide to Rock
Auteur : Peter Buckley
Éditeur : Rough Guides
ISBN-13 : 1843531054
Libération : 2003

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Compiles career biographies of over 1,200 artists and rock music reviews written by fans covering every phase of rock from R&B through punk and rap.

Rock Stars Do The Dumbest Things

Titre : Rock Stars Do The Dumbest Things
Auteur : Margaret Moser
Éditeur : Renaissance Books
ISBN-13 : 1429978384
Libération : 2007-04-01

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Aerosmith. Elvis Presley. Michael Jackson. Nine Inch Nails. Ozzy Osbourne. U2. What do all of these artists have in common? They're rich and rowdy rock 'n' roll renegades whose wild stunts, dumb quotes, and out-of-control lifestyles are featured in Rock Stars Do the Dumbest Things. --Where else will you find an explanation (goodness knows, we need one) of the Spice Girls' fourteen and one-half minutes of fame straight from the mouths of babes--Baby Spice, that is? "We're like a religious cult." --Or where will you learn Izzy Stradlin's (of Guns N' Roses) deep thoughts on the virtues of vomiting out of a bus going sixty-five miles an hour? --And how live octopuses end up in a bathtub with Led Zepplin's female playmates? Whether you're a Metallica or Madonna fan, you'll get plenty of jaw-dropping facts and anecdotes, along with biographical and career highlights of over eighty-eight raunchy rock 'n' rollers. From current starts like Marilyn Manson and Courtney Love, to classic rockers like the Rolling Stones and the Eagles, Rock Stars Do the Dumbest Things is proof that rock music is still crazy after all these years.

Everybody Must Get Stoned

Titre : Everybody Must Get Stoned
Auteur : R.U. Sirius
Éditeur : Kensington Publishing Corp.
ISBN-13 : 9780806536002
Libération : 2009-04-01

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Keith's on guitar, Charlie's on drums, and Ronnie's on rhythm. But who's on drugs? Everybody. Welcome to the red-eyed world of rock and roll, where every riff comes with a spliff--a coked-up compendium of your favorite musicians and their favorite drugs. Loaded with sordid tales of debauchery, lists, and bleary-eyed photos, there's more stuff in here than in one of Snoop Dogg's favorite brownies, including: • The Top Ten Albums to Tweak to • The Top Ten Rock Star Drug Quotes • The Top Ten Drug Busts in Rock • Extreme acid casualties • Outrageous drug stories of rock legends • The secret history of Dylan and drugs • Henry Rollins and Frank Zappa: How to act like you're on drugs without actually doing any • And the answer to the ever popular rock and roll drug question, "Who gave the Beatles their first hits of acid?" (Their dentist!) So put on your favorite CD, don't try the green acid, and enjoy! Note: Pages are not suitable for rolling papers. R. U. Sirius (aka Ken Goffman) is the co-editor of 10 Zen Monkeys and the host of two weekly podcasts, "The R.U. Sirius Show" and "Neo-Files with R. U. Sirius." He has worked as a columnist for ArtForum International and The San Francisco Examiner. He has written for Time, Esquire, Wired, and Boing Boing. He is the author of CounterCulture Through the Ages: From Abraham to Acid House, How to Mutate and Take Over the World, and The CyberPunk Handbook, and co-author of Design for Dying with Timothy Leary. He lives in Mill Valley, California.

Bob Dylan

Titre : Bob Dylan
Auteur : Donald Brown
Éditeur : Scarecrow Press
ISBN-13 : 9780810884212
Libération : 2014-01-21

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With Bob Dylan’s receipt of the Nobel Prize in Literature, his iconic status as an American musical, cultural, and poetic giant has never been more apparent. Bob Dylan: American Troubadour is the first book to look at Dylan’s career, from his first album to his late masterpiece Tempest. Donald Brown provides insightful critical commentary on Dylan’s prolific body of work, placing Dylan’s career in the context of its time in order to assess the relationship of Dylan’s music to contemporary American culture. Each chapter follows the shifting versions of Dylan, from his songs of conscientious social involvement to more personal exploratory songs; from his influential rock albums of the mid-1960s to his adaptations of country music; from his three very different tours in the 1970s to his “born again” period as a proselytizer for Christ and his frustrations as a recording and performing artist in the 1980s; from his retrospective importance in the 1990s to the refreshingly vital albums he has been producing in the twenty-first century. Bob Dylan: American Troubadour will engage not only Dylan fans and students of his work but also those interested in American popular music, history, and culture. Anyone who has been touched, challenged, or surprised by a Dylan song will enjoy this concise and informed critical exploration of Dylan’s music and his place in the American musical landscape.