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    Fast Forward: Confessions of a Post-Punk Percussionist: Volume II

    £7.99 £9.99
    Iconic drummer Stephen Morris presses play once more to the tune of the long-awaited second volume of memoirs . . .

    Remain in Love

    £6.99 £9.99
    Remain in Love tells the story of two bands and a love story (and marriage) that survived them both

    Wild Thing: The short, spellbinding life of Jimi Hendrix

    £6.99 £10.99
    Acclaimed biographer Philip Norman charts the brief life of a megastar in rock music's premier echelon, the legend and man that is Jimi Hendrix.

    Bodies: Life and Death in Music

    £14.99
    But beneath the surface lies a frightening truth, for years the music industry has tolerated death, addiction, and exploitation in the name of entertainment. In Bodies, author Ian Winwood explores the industry's reluctance to confront its many failures.

    Limited Edition of One

    £25.00
    An exclusive look into the life of the most successful British musician most people have never heard of - this is Steven Wilson as he has never been seen before.

    Tarantula

    £4.99 £8.99

    Written in 1966, 'Tarantula' is a collection of poems and prose that evokes the turbulence of the times in which it was written, and gives a unique insight into Dylan's creative evolution.

    This Woman's Work: Essays on Music

    £20.00
    A collection about the female experience in and of music by some of the most intelligent and famous writers of the moment

    Musical Truth: A Musical Journey Through Modern Black Britain

    £7.99
    This extraordinary retelling of black British history will dazzle readers of all ages.

    Last Chance Texaco: Mojo magazine's Book of the Year

    £10.99
    A tender and intimate memoir by one of the most remarkable, trailblazing and tenacious women in music.

    Music Comes Out of Silence: A Memoir

    £10.99
    A book of memoirs and stimulating reflections on music by the legendary classical pianist, Sir Andras Schiff