The Greatest Music Never Sold: Secrets of Legendary Lost Albums by David Bowie, Seal, Beastie Boys, Beck, Chicago, Mick Jagger & More!

  • Title: The Greatest Music Never Sold: Secrets of Legendary Lost Albums by David Bowie, Seal, Beastie Boys, Beck, Chicago, Mick Jagger & More!
  • Author: Dan LeRoy
  • ISBN: 9780879309053
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Greatest Music Never Sold Secrets of Legendary Lost Albums by David Bowie Seal Beastie Boys Beck Chicago Mick Jagger More Dan LeRoy reveals the secrets of great lost albums by such superstars as Mick Jagger David Bowie Prince Sheryl Crow and U that have never officially been released How were these albums made Wha
    Dan LeRoy reveals the secrets of 20 great lost albums by such superstars as Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Prince, Sheryl Crow and U2 that have never officially been released How were these albums made What do they sound like Why were they shelved This book will provide the answers.

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    1. I wasn't completely thrilled with the bands whose records Leroy writes about (do I really care that much about a great "lost" Chicago album? How exciting would actually hearing it really be?), and actually wish there'd been more genres covered than mainstream rock or rap or soul. The Beastie Boys chapter is completely perfect, regardless, and Leroy is a writer who just sucks me in, a total professional who is as sleek as he is sincere, wise as he is passionate. This is probably the most unfairly [...]

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    2. Interesting collection of several records made that were never released for various reasons (some actually have seen the light of day since this book was written, namely Chicago's famous lost album). Includes detailed accounts of lost records from David Bowie, Ray Davies, Seal, Juliana Hatfield, Sheryl Crow, Mick Jagger, and more. Whether you are fans of the artist or not, most of these stories are pretty engaging.

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    3. The author had an interesting concept, there just wasn't enough of it. Too many of the albums and bands discussed are just straight lame. I could really care less what album Mick Jagger never got around to releaseing, he's one of the worst mega-star solo artists of all-time (the sales speak for themselves). I did enjoy some of the other chapters: Beastie Boys, Bowie, Juliana Hatfield. And the final chapter of shorter enteries was well paced. The book would also have been greatly helped by some p [...]

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    4. A really fascinating look at some of rock's best-known "lost" albums. From Bowie to Juliana Hatfield to Jagger, it's all in here. Leroy's prose won't win any awards, but the stories are interesting enough on their own. Worth picking up for any music fan.

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    5. You know, I think this book is better in theory than read. There are a lot of good stories in it but I think the topic is better served as a website than a book. The Adam Ant story made me happy, though.

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    6. Excellent stories about albums by famous artists you never heard of and why they were never published. Some good insight to the music industry.

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