Those 33 a 1/3 Books?
anyone ever read any of these shits? i'm pretty struck by how "rockist" the lineup is (i mean shit no hip hop, no jazz and one soul record, but fuckin endtroducing gets a nod?):1. Meat is Murder2. The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society (gaining on the Smiths)3. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn4. Unknown Pleasures (relentless in its pursuit of the Floyd)5. Forever Changes6. Let It Be (Beatles version)7. The Velvet Underground & Nico8. Harvest9. OK Computer 10. Dusty in Memphis (sales still ticking along thanks to Jerry Wexler)11. Electric Ladyland12. Pet Sounds (gaining fast on Jimi)13. Exile on Main St.14. Led Zeppelin IV (neck and neck with the Stones)15. Sign 'O' the Times16. Let It Be (Replacements version - Meloy about to overtake Matos)17. Grace18. Abba Gold19. Ramones20. Armed Forces21. Live at the Apollo22. Murmur23. Born in the USA24. Endtroducing...25. Aqualung26. Low27. Kick Out The Jamsbut the prospect of an entire book on sign of the times is very enticing. the amazon reviews lead me to believe that they attempt to balance sort factual/historical, analytical and personal/emotional approaches, which could be disasterous but might could be pretty good.someone should write one on soul food or de la soul is dead or get rich or die die trying or something