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The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC

Fink, Jesse

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ISBN 10: 1250053838 / ISBN 13: 9781250053831
Editorial: St. Martin's Press
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Near fine. Cloth, D-j. 2013. May contain remainder mark. Originally published at $25.99. N° de ref. de la librería W87746

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Título: The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC

Editorial: St. Martin's Press

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Used - Like New

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included

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""An essential read for fans of the band. Most important, "The Youngs" gives a full portrait of just how significant a role George Young, Malcolm and Angus's older brother, played in AC/DC's development." - "The New Yorker ""Fink's ability to overcome the Youngs' code of Scottish-Australian omerta is impressive a cut above other AC/DC tomes." - "Classic Rock"" "By tracing the lives of 11 songs from the band's 40-plus-year career, Fink charts the history of the band's success and examines the recording process behind each song." - "Publisher's Weekly "An engrossing, refreshing guide highly recommended for not just AC/DC fans, but any follower of rock music history."- "Midwest Book Review" "The best book I've ever read about AC/DC." --Mark Evans, former AC/DC bassist and author of Dirty Deeds"Recent books [about AC/DC]... didn't offer much to change our perception of the band. Jesse Fink's study of the Young brothers takes a different approach... giving us a different version of many stories, especially when it comes to the wheeling and dealing behind the rock. Fink is clearly in love with AC/DC, but he knows the old bird has some warts under her make-up, and doesn't shy away from revelations that cast the Youngs in a less than flattering light." --Rolling Stone"An essential read for fans of the band. Most important, The Youngs gives a full portrait of just how significant a role George Young, Malcolm and Angus's older brother, played in AC/DC's development." --The New Yorker"An excellent writer and storyteller." --The Daily Telegraph"Fink's ability to overcome the Youngs' code of Scottish-Australian omerta is impressive... a cut above other AC/DC tomes." --Classic Rock"Fink can take a moment and turn it into a vivid experience." --The Australian"By tracing the lives of 11 songs from the band's 40-plus-year career, Fink charts the history of the band's success and examines the recording process behind each song." --Publisher's Weekly"This thought-provoking book definitely breaks some new ground. This one's a must-read for fans." --Library Journal"An engrossing, refreshing guide highly recommended for not just AC/DC fans, but any follower of rock music history." --Midwest Book Review The best book I've ever read about AC/DC. "Mark Evans, former AC/DC bassist and author of Dirty Deeds" Recent books [about AC/DC]... didn't offer much to change our perception of the band. Jesse Fink's study of the Young brothers takes a different approach... giving us a different version of many stories, especially when it comes to the wheeling and dealing behind the rock. Fink is clearly in love with AC/DC, but he knows the old bird has some warts under her make-up, and doesn't shy away from revelations that cast the Youngs in a less than flattering light. "Rolling Stone" An essential read for fans of the band. Most important, "The Youngs" gives a full portrait of just how significant a role George Young, Malcolm and Angus's older brother, played in AC/DC's development. "The New Yorker" An excellent writer and storyteller. "The Daily Telegraph" Fink's ability to overcome the Youngs' code of Scottish-Australian omerta is impressive a cut above other AC/DC tomes. "Classic Rock" Fink can take a moment and turn it into a vivid experience. "The Australian" By tracing the lives of 11 songs from the band's 40-plus-year career, Fink charts the history of the band's success and examines the recording process behind each song. "Publisher's Weekly" This thought-provoking book definitely breaks some new ground. This one's a must-read for fans. "Library Journal" An engrossing, refreshing guide highly recommended for not just AC/DC fans, but any follower of rock music history. "Midwest Book Review"" "The best book I've ever read about AC/DC." --Mark Evans, former AC/DC bassist and author of "Dirty Deeds ""Recent books [about AC/DC]... didn't offer much to change our perception of the band. Jesse Fink's study of the Young brothers takes a different approach... giving us a different version of many stories, especially when it comes to the wheeling and dealing behind the rock. Fink is clearly in love with AC/DC, but he knows the old bird has some warts under her make-up, and doesn't shy away from revelations that cast the Youngs in a less than flattering light." --"Rolling Stone ""An essential read for fans of the band. Most important, "The Youngs" gives a full portrait of just how significant a role George Young, Malcolm and Angus's older brother, played in AC/DC's development." - "The New Yorker ""An excellent writer and storyteller." --"The Daily Telegraph ""Fink's ability to overcome the Youngs' code of Scottish-Australian omerta is impressive... a cut above other AC/DC tomes." - "Classic Rock" "Fink can take a moment and turn it into a vivid experience." --"The Australian""" "By tracing the lives of 11 songs from the band's 40-plus-year career, Fink charts the history of the band's success and examines the recording process behind each song." - "Publisher's Weekly ""This thought-provoking book definitely breaks some new ground. This one's a must-read for fans." --"Library Journal" "An engrossing, refreshing guide highly recommended for not just AC/DC fans, but any follower of rock music history."- "Midwest Book Review"

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