Dylan, What Happened
By Paul Williams

Well known rock journalist and founder of Crawdaddy Magazine, examines Bob Dylan's conversion to fundamental Christianity. Williams critiques the ‘new' Dylan music and offers reasons for Dylan's continued quest for the meaning of life.

$4.95, paper, 5” x 8” 128 pages, 0897080211


King Blue
Boogie ‘Till The Roof Caves In
By Alan Simmons, Terry Jacobus (editor)

From the eccentric founder, “Doc” Pelligrino who practiced medicine by day and ran the club all night, to the early struggles with its roof when leak turned to deluge, this is the story of the club that brought the blues to a new, young audience. Famous guests have included the Rolling Stones, the Blues Brothers along with almost all of the traditional Chicago Blues musicians.

$9.00, paper, 150 pages, 0963084909


The Map
Rediscovering Rock And Roll, A Journey
By Paul Williams

Released 22 years after the inception of Crawdaddy!, the first American rockmusic magazine, The Map is Williams' voyage of re-discovery. He seeks to discover whether rock and roil can still be as powerful and exciting as it once was. He plunges back into the world of rock and roll as a listener, an active participant. He inquires, “If rock is indeed still alive how come it's lasted so long and what has it become?”

$9.95, paper, 270 pages, 089708166X


Patti Smith
Rock & Roll Madonna
By Dusty Roach

The first photographic journal and biographical portrait of Patti Smith – the writer, the artist, the poet and the real people's concert performer. It is also a serious work of analysis, a revealing study of Patti Smith in her boundless quest for the changing realms of human aesthetics, her devotion, her expansive divergence in literature and expressed tensions with electro-media. This book is packed with photos and memorabilia furnished by Patti Smith's family.

$4.95, paper, 96 pages, 0897080068


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