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/ Includes PS Section The story of a remarkable time and place: Los Angeles from the dawn of the singer-songwriter era in the mid-Sixties to the peak of The Eagles' success in the late Seventies. / Paperback will have a fabulous PS Section. / Was chosen as book of the year by three publications including the Sunday Telegraph and Observer Music Monthly. / Will have massive appeal to music fans of Joni Mitchell, The Eagles, James Taylor and Jackson Browne.
Rock historian Barney Hoskyns is the author of nine books and has written about music and pop culture for numerous publications including NME, The Times, Guardian, Vogue and Mojo, of which he was Associate Editor. He lives in London.
'Hoskyns impresses with the sheer weight of testimony he has amassed and the skill with which he has woven it into a tightly coiled and elegiac narrative.' Christopher Silvester, Sunday Times 'A terrific account of the interface between idealism and squalor, art and commerce.' Guardian 'The author skillfully teases out the complex web of relationships between the artists, managers, and record executives who made up the West Coast's self-styled bohemian elite. Ben Thompson, Independent