Why Vinyl Matters: A Manifesto from Musicians and Fans

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  • Why Vinyl Matters: A Manifesto from Musicians and Fans
  • Why Vinyl Matters: A Manifesto from Musicians and Fans
  • Why Vinyl Matters: A Manifesto from Musicians and Fans
  • Why Vinyl Matters: A Manifesto from Musicians and Fans
  • Why Vinyl Matters: A Manifesto from Musicians and Fans
  • Why Vinyl Matters: A Manifesto from Musicians and Fans
  • Why Vinyl Matters: A Manifesto from Musicians and Fans

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Why Vinyl Matters: A Manifesto from Musicians and Fans by Jennifer Otter Bickerdike

Why Vinyl Matters is part history, part future forecasting, part nostalgia and all celebration. A collection of more than 25 interviews, all illustrated with photos, sidebars, quotes, album covers, outtakes and much more. This is the book for anyone who has ever gone to the store and bought music on vinyl.

Includes interviews with:
Fat Boy Slim; Tim Burgess (Charlatans); Henry Rollins (musician, actor, writer, comedian); Gaz Coombes (Supergrass); Lars Ulrich (Metallica); Maxi Jazz (Faithless); Rob da Bank (DJ and founder of Bestival); Clint Boone (Inspiral Carpets); Mike Ness (Social Distortion); Chief Xcel (Blackalicious); Cut Chemist (Jurassic 5); Fab 5 Freddy (hip hop pioneer, visual artist); Fat Mike (NOFX); Julia Ruzicka (Future of the Left); Steve Hackett (Genesis); Nick Hornby.

Jennifer Otter Bickerdike is a familiar name in the world of pop culture. An academic, writer and historian, Jennifer remains enthralled by vinyl, and has embarked on a journey to share her passion - and the passion of like-minded stars - with the world. She has authored several books on the topics of music, fandom and celebrity cultism, such as Fandom, Image and Authenticity: Joy, Devotion and the Second Lives of Kurt Cobain and Ian Curtis (2014) and The Secular Religion of Fandom (2015).

Photos & Text: ACC Art Books

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