7 edition of New York rocker found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||ML419.V18 N49 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||2003428827|
Brisk overview of New York City’s rock ’n’ roll tradition, from doo-wop to hard core, mirroring the city’s transformations. Former Seconds magazine publisher Blush (American Hair Metal, , etc.) intuitively understands the rock scene’s perpetual interviews with many key figures provide the core of this survey, in which he argues, “New York rock musicians and Author: Steven Blush. How timely, then, to read this strange, intense novel from Ha Jin about the glories and limits of the freedom of the press. A former Chinese army soldier who .
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Overall New York Rocker: My Life in the Blank Generation with Blondie, Iggy Pop, and Others, is an essential read for anyone who is fascinated by the early New York punk scene and, to a lesser extent, the early LA punk scene/5(22). “New York Rock is the ultimate illustrated account of Rock's role in New York City.” ― Chris Frantz, Talking Heads “Written in their own voices, an excellent history of New York City rock.
What a cool book!” ― Bun E. Carlos, Cheap Trick/5(14). "New York Rocker" left me hating the original CBGBs cast. everyone seems like a pretentious douche monster.
i knew most of the "artists" (Richard Hell, Patti Smith and Television) to all be pompous self important intellectuals but the Blondie drama and Valentine's sexual bragging and glorification of everything he did was kinda nauseating at times/5.
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New York Rocker might have been a dated name inbut bythe idea of naming a new publication with that name was outright silly. In a way, the kind of rock that New York Rocker championed became marginalized in New York, especially at clubs like Danceteria, which was the scene Madonna came out of and where Afrika Bambaataa would spin.
New York Rocker: My Life In The Blank Generation With Blondie, Iggy Pop and Others Gary Valentine pp, Sidgwick & Jackson, £ The greatest influence on what became known as punk Author: Paul Morley.
Gimme Something Better also tells the story of two Bay Area punk institutions still hanging on after nearly a quarter-century: Gilman Street, the all-volunteer co-op venue (first show New Year’s Eve ); and America’s premier punk-rock fanzine, Maximum RocknRoll (first issue publishedas an LP insert), and its intriguing founder.
"New York Rocker: My Life in the Blank Generation With Blondie, Iggy Pop, and Others, " is a memoir by former Blondie member Gary Valentine. Published by Sidgwick &. Buy New York Rocker: My Life in the Blank Generation Main Market by Valentine, Gary (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Author: Andrew Cotto. New York Rocker was a new wave rock magazine founded by writer Alan Betrock in Alan left the magazine inand Andy Schwartz took over as editor until it ceased publication in A total of 54 issues were published in that period.
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Louis has been. He wraps up the book with a sex and substance drenched tour with Iggy Pop and his involvement in the early stages of the Blondie reunion in From start to finish, NEW YORK ROCKER is an incredibly well written account of the punk movement and a very welcome addition to the growing library of 5/5(5).
Soon after returning to New York inAndy became publisher and editor of New York Rocker, the punk/new wave magazine founded by the late Alan Betrock (). Under Andy’s direction, NYR published 44 issues (through December ) and became the most widely-read and influential American publication of its kind.
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He is a native of Macon, Georgia, and lives in run average: New York Rocker, a paper dedicated to music, was published from to (54 issues).
These are the covers. Founded by Alan Betrock () and edited by Andy Schwartz, this hymned chronicler of punk and post-punk scenes in New York and beyond featured upcoming and already-there bands, photographs by Laura Levine and Ebet Roberts, and art direction from Elizabeth.
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Book Title: New York Rocker – MY LIFE IN THE BLANK GENERATION WITH BLONDIE, IGGY POP AND OTHERS Published by: Sidgwick & Jackson Released: ISBN – 0 X Type: Paperback Comments: This book written by original Blondie band-member Gary Valentine is a must read for anyone whether a fan or not.
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It is geographically at the base of a large cliff named Coogan's Bluff. Many who played at the park in the Rucker Tournament achieved a level of fame for their abilities, and several have gone on to play in the National Location: Manhattan, New York City.New York Rocker covered a wide variety of bands on the scene, much like the music weeklies Melody Maker and New Musical Express did in Britain.“New York Rocker definitely attempted to look at the personalities a little more deeply and to see how the music was put together,” Lenny Kaye said.“Whereas Punk magazine was very specific in terms of what they considered ‘punk.’.