In the tradition of Patrick Leigh Fermor and Geoff Dyer, a Grammy-winning producer discovers a powerful and ancient folk music tradition.
The wildly entertaining story of progressive rock, the music that ruled the 1970s charts—and has divided listeners ever since.
A heart-breaking, unforgettable portrait of country music’s founding father and "Hillbilly King".
On the 150th anniversary of his birth comes this monumental biography of conductor Arturo Toscanini, whose dramatic life was unparalleled among twentieth-century musicians.
“An utterly satisfying examination of the business of popular music.” —Nathaniel Rich, The Atlantic