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Totally Wired


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April 2009

Beschreibung

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From the author of the bestselling postpunk history Rip It Up and Start Again comes Totally Wired, a companion book of conversations with the brilliant minds who made the late seventies and early eighties such a creative era for radical music and alternative culture.

Totally Wired features thirty-two interviews with postpunk¿s most innovative musicians and colourful personalities ¿ Ari Up, Jah Wobble, David Byrne, Green Gartside, Lydia Lunch, Edwyn Collins ¿ as well as other movers and shakers of the period: label bosses and managers like Anthony H. Wilson and Bill Drummond, record producers such as Trevor Horn and Martin Rushent, and influential DJs and journalists like John Peel and Paul Morley.

Crackling with argument and anecdote, the conversations in Totally Wired bring a rich human dimension to the postpunk story chronicled in the critically acclaimed Rip It Up. We get to follow these exceptional (and often eccentric) characters from their earliest days through the glory and sometimes disaster of their musical adventures to what they went on to do after postpunk. We gain a vivid sense of individuals struggling against the odds to make their world as interesting as possible, in the process leaving a legacy of artistic ambition and provocation that reverberates to this day.

Along with the interviews, Totally Wired also includes a bonus ¿overviews¿ section: further reflections by Simon Reynolds on postpunk's key icons and crucial scenes, including John Lydon and Public Image Ltd, Ian Curtis and Joy Division, art school conceptualists and proto-postpunkers Brian Eno and Malcolm McLaren, and the lineage of glam grotesquerie running from Siouxsie & The Banshees to the New Romantics to Leigh Bowery.

Buzzing with ideas and insights, Totally Wired is an absolute mind rush.
EAN: 9780571252299
Untertitel: Postpunk Interviews and Overviews. Main. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Faber And Faber Ltd.
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2009
Seitenanzahl: 320 Seiten
Format: epub eBook
Kopierschutz: Adobe DRM
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