33 1/3 (continued)
I blogged once before about this collection of short books about classic records.
I started out with Let It Be, by Colin Meloy, written about one of The Replacements’ greatest records.
I got two more last week and polished them off this weekend.
I still listen to it often, almost 40 years after it was made.
Joe Harvard does a great job of describing the people involved, how the record got made, and how the band’s sound came together.
If you are a VU fan, I recommend this book.
My friend Pete VanVoast turned me onto the Kinks when we were in college and I’ve been a fan ever since.
This is their best record and this book by Andy Miller does a great job of describing how it got made.
I am going to get some more of these 33 1/3 books. Amazon has them all.