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Cosgriff, Joseph - World on a String: A Musical Memoir, ebook

World on a String: A Musical Memoir

Cosgriff, Joseph

14,75€

Behind the scenes in the life of a musician—an exuberant, entertaining memoir from jazz guitarist, singer, and raconteur John Pizzarelli
John Pizzarelli, the son of jazz guitar legend Bucky Pizzarelli, is a connoisseur of American song who grew

Lewry, Peter - Linda Ronstadt, ebook

Linda Ronstadt

Lewry, Peter

8,40€

Who else has worked with Philip Glass and Dolly Parton? Aaron Neville and Nelson Riddle? Ronstadt’s unforgettably gorgeous voice, at once technically dazzling and resonating with deep emotion, has woven a magical path from rock to mariachi, from country to opera, gathering critical and commercial success

Lewry, Peter - Linda Ronstadt, ebook

Linda Ronstadt

Lewry, Peter

8,85€

Who else has worked with Philip Glass and Dolly Parton? Aaron Neville and Nelson Riddle? Ronstadt’s unforgettably gorgeous voice, at once technically dazzling and resonating with deep emotion, has woven a magical path from rock to mariachi, from country to opera, gathering critical and commercial success

Eliot, Marc - Paul Simon: A Life, ebook

Paul Simon: A Life

Eliot, Marc

16,40€

Now New York Times bestselling biographer Marc Eliot draws on extensive research and original interviews to trace the incredible life and career of this iconic musician. Along the way Eliot examines Simon's early struggles to succeed

Watts, Steven - Mr Playboy: Hugh Hefner and the American Dream, ebook

Mr Playboy: Hugh Hefner and the American Dream

Watts, Steven

14,95€

Playboy, historian and biographer Steven Watts argues that, in the process of becoming fabulously wealthy and famous, Hefner has profoundly altered American life and values. Granted unprecedented access to the man and his enterprise,

Radkau, Joachim - Max Weber: A Biography, ebook

Max Weber: A Biography

Radkau, Joachim

81,75€

However, for nearly 80 years, our understanding of the life of Max Weber was dominated by the biography published in 1926 by his widow, Marianne Weber. The lack of a great Weber biography was one of the strangest and most glaring gaps in the literature of the social