Help CoME celebrate the launch of G. Brown’s latest book, On Record 1978!
Through a rare collection of photos and interviews conducted by G. Brown, On Record 1978 covers classic rockers from Journey to Bruce Springsteen to the Cars, nascent new wavers such as the Police, Talking Heads, and the Clash, as well as the year’s greatest releases from rock, R&B, country and jazz stars.
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More about the On Record series by G. Brown
The On Record series is an encyclopedic look at the evolution of popular music from 1978 to 1998. Each volume of the On Record series presents nearly 200 rare archival images and 100 interviews with an array of performers, from the late Jerry Garcia and Dave Matthews to Bono and Santana.
On Record 1978 (Release Date March 24, 2020) – Classic rockers from Journey to Bruce Springsteen to the Cars, nascent new wavers such as the Police, Talking Heads, and the Clash, as well as the year’s greatest releases from rock, R&B, country and jazz stars.
On Record 1984 (Release Date July 7, 2020) – The biggest artists of the MTV era—Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Huey Lewis, and even “Weird Al” Yankovic—in addition to acts from Van Halen to Prince and the year’s top R&B, alternative, country and jazz releases
On Record 1991 (Release Date Sept 15, 2020) – The grunge phenomenon from Nirvana to Pearl Jam, the explosion of rap (Public Enemy, Ice Cube), superstars from Garth Brooks to Paula Abdul to Metallica, and a full complement of one-hit wonders and underground sensations.
Beautifully crafted, these books belong in the library of every music fan and music institute.