Revolutions in Sound : Warner Bros. Records
The First Fifty Years
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 1st January 2008
Publisher: CHRONICLE BOOKS
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 31.0 x 24.5 x 2.8
Weight (kg): 1.772
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This is a celebratory look at Warner Brothers Records over the past 50 years, focusing on the label's legendary artists and their music.
Written by the author of E Street, this books reveals the stories behind the albums, with sidebar biographies of key artists, bands and comedians, with testimonials that tell in their own words how Warner helped establish them as commercial and critical standouts.
With a reputation for being a big label that acts like a small company, Warner Bros Records has nurtured the careers of Jazz, Blues, Rock, Disco, Punk and comedy greats like; Frank Sinatra, Duke Ellington, Dean Martin, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Tom Petty, Madonna, R.E.M., Peter, Paul and Mary, Steve Martin, Mick Jagger, George Harrison, Eric Clapton and Green Day.