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James Doheny is a writer, musicologist and music industry consultant based in London. Originally trained in composition at The Royal Academy of Music, James has worked as a journalist for publications and broadcasters including The Times, Wired and the BBC and as a commentator on the areas of music, the music industry and digital culture for many others including the Guardian, Time Out and MTV. He has also worked extensively within the music industry, providing marketing and management consultancy to major (Universal, Sony, Warner, EMI) and independent (Warp, Mute, PIAS) record labels, working with artists such as Brian Eno, The Aphex Twin, Sigur Ros, King Crimson, Philip Glass and Ludovico Einaudi.
Excellent insight into the considered motives behind songs and lyricsPublished 4 months ago by jingles
I love the depth of analysis in this book. It's well laid out and is printed on good stock. It charts the band up to the end of Amnesiac/ the I might be wrong recordings though -... Read morePublished on 16 Dec. 2012 by Mr. Paul Donnelly