Reveal: The Story of R.E.M.
Hal Leonard Corporation, 2004 - 272 Seiten
(Book). R.E.M. has produced some of the most consistently fascinating, successful and honest music of the past 20+ years, combining lyrical and musical experimentation in ways that nonetheless are accessible to the mainstream rock audience. Drawing upon first-hand interviews with band members and insiders, Reveal is a biographical exploration of the work and life of this seminal band. With a focus on the music and how it evolves from the personalities within the group, this book provides new insights into R.E.M.'s creative process. 7-1/4 x 9-1/4, 272 pages
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