Amy Shaw

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Rock Music, Authority and Western Culture, 1964–1980

Music historians will find much to like in this fantastic resource, but the perspective is more singular than balanced.
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Bitter Crop: The Heartache and Triumph of Billie Holiday’s Last Year

Ultimately, this book achieves a successful and accurate tribute to Lady Day and her immense talent while also painting a stark and honest portrait of her life and hardships. Recommended for fans of jazz and the legendary Holiday.
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Jimi and Me: The Experience of a Lifetime

Best for true music enthusiasts or historians.
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Becoming Ella Fitzgerald: The Jazz Singer Who Transformed American Song

Best for jazz scholars or readers who are superfans of Fitzgerald.
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Scratchin’ and Survivin’: Hustle Economics and the Black Sitcoms of Tandem Productions

An excellent resource for media or African American studies scholars who want to delve deeper into how these landmark sitcoms broke barriers for other Black artists.

Tell It Like It Is: My Story

A gratifying, spiritual, and hopeful against-all-odds memoir. An essential read for both Neville fans and those who may be unfamiliar with his music.
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Alien Abduction in the Cinema: A History from the 1950s to Today

Meehan’s research into the subjects of alien abduction and related cinema is fascinating, but the book would have ultimately worked better as two unrelated volumes.aw
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