Jeffrey Hastings

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The Meaning of Soul: Black Music and Resilience since the 1960s

A strong choice for libraries supporting African American studies or popular American music programs.
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Larger Than Life: A History of Boy Bands from NKOTB to BTS

Most readers will appreciate this analysis and celebration of boy bands.
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The Ox: The Authorized Biography of The Who’s John Entwistle

Solidly researched and written, and fleshed out with the recollections of Entwistle’s son, Chris, this biography of one of the genre’s finest bass players and most intriguing personalities will strike a chord with serious fans of classic rock.
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Always the Queen: The Denise LaSalle Story

LaSalle’s recollections ramble a bit, and not all memories are necessarily complete. Still, this is the only LaSalle autobiography available, so libraries that focus on American music will want to consider.
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Laugh Lines: My Life Helping Funny People Be Funnier

This funny, wise, and touching memoir will resonate with fans of comedy and anyone seeking an intimately told life story.
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Blues Legacy: Tradition and Innovation in Chicago

While readers will no doubt enjoy being introduced to some of Chicago’s most intriguing blues artists, this is by no means an introductory text. Instead, it’s a comprehensive, scholarly book, complete with thorough notes and a list of works cited--a thought-provoking addition to academic libraries serving students of music and/or popular culture.

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