The Great Scots Musicography

The Great Scots Musicography

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A must for music-lovers, this is the only reference book to include all Scots-born or bred bands, solo artists and record labels. From Glasgow-born skiffle king Lonnie Donegan in the 50s to the emergence of Travis in the late 90s, Scotland has produced some memorable music in the last half-century. Including Belle and Sebastian, Lulu, Billy Connolly, Jimmy Shand, George Chisholm, Aly Bain and Evlyn Glennie, this meticulous guide is the first to combine rock, pop, folk, traditional, jazz and classical music in one volume. Martin Strong (of The Great Rock Discography fame) guides you through a plethora of fascinating facts and figures with his trademark acidic patter and caustic wit. Over 500 Scottish artists grace these pages. The inclusion of some names, such as David Byrne and Mark Knopfler, may come as a surprise, but the former Talking Head and the leader of Dire Straits were born in Dumbarton and Glasgow respectively. Packed full of information?biographies, album ratings, track listings, group line-ups and UK/US chart positions?this coffee-table breaker proves that Scotland is, and has been for some time, alive with the sound of music. Lists every track recorded by hundreds of artists. Recommendations for must-have recordings. Comprehensive biographies.Predictably, by the release of a#39;BLONDES HAVE MORE FUNa#39; (1978), STEWART was enjoying more success in America ... At the tender age of 56, ROD crossed over to a#39;Atlantica#39; records although things didna#39;t get off to a flyer when the single, a#39; RUN ... Moving to an Americanised blend of Raamp;B-pop (BABYFACE and EN VOGUE mighta#39; ve been his template), ROD ... Ita#39;s all over now / My way of giving / Country comfort / Cut across Shorty / Lady day / Joa#39;s lament / I dona#39;t want to discuss it.

Title:The Great Scots Musicography
Author: Martin Charles Strong
Publisher:Mercat Press Books - 2002

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