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Magnetic Fields' 69 Love Songs

A Field Guide (33 1/3)

By L. D. Beghtol

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| Paperback | 9780826419255

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This is a fully illustrated oral history of the Magnetic Fields' 1999 triple album, "69 Love Songs" - an album that was afforded "classic" status by many almost as soon as it was released. LD Beghtol's book is chatty, incestuous, funny, dark, digress Continue

This is a fully illustrated oral history of the Magnetic Fields' 1999 triple album, "69 Love Songs" - an album that was afforded "classic" status by many almost as soon as it was released. LD Beghtol's book is chatty, incestuous, funny, dark, digressive, sexy, maddening, and delightful in equal measures. It documents a vital and influential scene from the inside, involving ukuleles and tears, citations and footnotes, analogue drum machines, floods of cognac, and a family tree, and, oh, a crossword puzzle too. The centre of the book is the secret history of these tuneful, acerbic, and sometimes heartbreaking songs of old love, new love, lost love, punk rock love, gay love, straight love, experimental music love, true love, blue love, and the utter lack of love that fill the album - as told by participants, fans, imitators, naysayers, and others. It also includes studio anecdotes, a glossary, performance notes from the full album shows in New York and London, rare and unpublished images, personal memorabilia, and much much more.

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    • 3 stars
  • English Books
  • Paperback 157 Pages
  • ISBN-10: 0826419259
  • ISBN-13: 9780826419255
  • Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group
  • Publish date: 2006-12-11
  • Dimensions: 64 mm x 774 mm x 1,031 mm Just how big is that?
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