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The Encyclopedia Of Popular Music - Concise 5th Edition


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Catalogue #: OP51898
ISBN: 9781846098567
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The Encyclopedia Of Popular Music is universally recognized as the most comprehensive and authoritative reference work on popular music.

This expanded 5th edition is an essential reference book for anyone who has a query about any aspect of 20th Century popular music, including rock, dance, rap and R&B, as well as blues, soul, country and folk.

This is the most accurate and up-to-date popular music reference available in one volume.
  • Over 3,000 entries, many of them completely revised, expanded and updated.
  • Hundreds of new entries, exclusive to this edition
  • Comprehensive coverage of the most critically significant performers and albums.
  • Invaluable information on record labels, industry figures and historical aspects of rock and pop.
  • Fully Indexed



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    Sales Rank: Not specified
    Published on: 14/09/2007
    Format: Reference
    Length: 1600 pages
    Language: English
    Publisher: Omnibus Press
    Author: Colin Larkin

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