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Musicians in Tune: Seventy-Five Contemporary Musicians Discuss the Creative Process (A Fireside Book)

Boyd, Jenny; George-Warren, Holly

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ISBN 10: 0671734407 / ISBN 13: 9780671734404
Edité par Simon & Schuster, New York, 1992
Etat : Very Good Couverture souple
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New York: Simon & Schuster. 1992. F First Edition. S Paperback. Very Good. Slight creases and rubbing to wrappers (chiefly to upper wrapper); slight internal warping to foredges and lower edges of first few leaves; else a near fine copy internally. 288 pages. Author's first book: "Seventy-five popular musicians reveal -- many for the first time -- their thoughts on creating music" (lower wrapper). Signed by Boyd in black ink on title page; also signed by contributors Don Henley, Mick Fleetwood, Christine McVie, Jeff Lynne, and 3 others on title page. Signed By Author & Contributors. N° de réf. du libraire L068120

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Titre : Musicians in Tune: Seventy-Five Contemporary...

Éditeur : Simon & Schuster, New York

Date d'édition : 1992

Reliure : S Paperback

Illustrateur : Over 50 b/w Photographs (chiefly portraits)

Etat du livre :Very Good

Signé : Signed by Author(s)

Edition : F First Edition.

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Book by Boyd, Jenny

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Boyd used her familial connections to the rock 'n' roll world--she was married to Mick Fleetwood, and her sister married George Harrison and later Eric Clapton--to interview 75 musicians, ranging from Queen Latifah to Ravi Shankar, about creativity. This book, which began as a doctoral thesis in psychology, is packed with information and opinions about phenomena such as the "peak experience"--a euphoria felt during performance--and the "visionary mode"--a sense that the act of creation seems to happen without one's conscious will. Sometimes, however, where one anecdote would have sufficed, Boyd piles them on, the performers echoing one another's ideas--such as the fact that they all had a special relative who encouraged their talent. Boyd also weaves in the story of her own creative self-awakening, but her revelations fail to ignite much excitement, especially when they are forced to compete with George Harrison's description of how perplexed the Beatles were by their own popularity, or Eric Clapton's acknowledgment of the hold that alcohol once had over him. Still, this is an often-fascinating glimpse into the inner lives of performing artists.
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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