David P. Szatmary

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The Story of Elvis: The Rise and Fall of the Undisputed King of Rock ’n’ Roll

This lavishly illustrated book with stunning, oversized photos gives a straightforward, accurate, but often-told synopsis of the life and music of the man known as the King of Rock and Roll. Will appeal to Elvis fans, music lovers, and readers who enjoy perusing titles with strong and plentiful images.
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Hip-Hop Is History

Well-positioned to detail the genre’s evolution, this book offers hip-hop fans an engaging journey through its history, with much of its focus on the first 30 years.

Vinyl Record Collecting for Dummies

The highly knowledgeable Thompson delivers an accessible, straightforward, and comprehensive guide to the increasingly popular hobby of record collecting. Good for general readers and vinyl collectors.
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My Mama, Cass: A Memoir

A unique perspective from the daughter of a rock star. General audiences will get a fresh glimpse into the manipulative music business, which demanded ceaseless hard work, personal sacrifices, and a determined focus on glittery celebrity.

The Fixer: Moguls, Mobsters, Movie Stars, and Marilyn

A fast-paced, fascinating tell-all that’s a previously untold account of the seamy side of Hollywood, politics, and mob activity.
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Under a Rock: A Memoir

Written in an off-the-cuff style, this memoir offers a descriptive, highly impressionistic account of the author’s role in Blondie and his life in New York City. Will engage general readers.

The Notebooks of Sonny Rollins

Illuminating diary entries by a jazz legend; highly recommended reading for fans, musicians, and general audiences.
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American Hair Metal: Can’t Get Enough!

Largely rehashing material from the first edition, this book once again captures the rock ’n’ roll characteristics of hair metal for general readers and fans alike.
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Fade Away and Radiate: The Chrysalis Records Story

A compelling, fascinating account of the history behind Chrysalis Records that spans from the late ’60s to the aughts. Will appeal mostly to rock fans.
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