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'Scuse Me While I Kiss the Sky: 50 Moments That Changed Music Kindle Edition
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But theres no insight here - nothing but a paper thin coverage of the events or their perceived significance in rock. I accept that its a personal perspective of the author - but why pick these events and not others? Whats the thread that ties them together? The book starts off by brief mentions of teenage rebellion - but that soon peters out into by the numbers descriptions of the usual suspect events (Woodstock, Altamont, Live Aid etc.). There's no depth here - nothing you wouldn't get from a thousand other books. When you get to the last little episode (the death of MJ) it effectively just peters out. No summary, no hypothesis - just a feeling that "There you go - theres 50, I'll shut up now".
Paulo - you can do much much better
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