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  • Author:
    Jo Anne Greene,Dave Thompson
  • ISBN:
    0711930155
  • ISBN13:
    978-0711930155
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    Omnibus Pr & Schirmer Trade Books; Revised edition (June 1, 1993)
  • Pages:
    96 pages
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    Music
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Even the collaboration she undertook with Dave Thompson for "The Cure: A Visual Documentary" was better than Greene's solitary attempt, though it is far from stellar. It seems that it takes the both of them to produce anything even remotely worthwhile.

A Visual Documentary (Ord No. Op46887). by Dave Thompson, Jo Anne Greene. Published June 1993 by Omnibus Press.

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The Cure : A Visual Documentary. by Jo-Ann Greene and Dave Thompson. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780711913875. Release Date:January 1988.

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The Cure is an independent documentary film on reparative programs and the mental health implications of trying t. .Giriş Yap. The Cure Documentary.

The same dates (and others) have since been archived online. Sutherland (1990) and Barbarian, Sutherland, Smith (1988). No less than five songs from the band's earliest punk days appear here, back when it was still the Easy Cure; though a couple are amusingly juvenile ("See the Children" is especially goofy), it's still a neat peek into where the band was coming from in the first place.

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This new edition will bring the story of The Cure right up to the Wish album and triumphant U.S. tour which followed.

Seevinev
Bought it for Cody for Christmas. He appreciated it. I hope it'll be a good book for him to read.
GYBYXOH
This book starts off with a horrible picture whose picture aspect is terrible. The information is vague & has some information that isn't correct. Don't bother.
Der Bat
Great book with lots of Cure facts!
Ironrunner
This book in very good condition thank you for making one very BIG fan very, very happy!
Malodor
The less-than-favorable front cover of "The Cure" by Jo Anne Greene should warn potential readers of the nonsense within.
This sorry excuse for an informative bio about the music group, The Cure, contains so many borrowings from other sources that the "author" would have done Cure fans more of a service if she had just listed all of them and been done with it.
Even worse, the book is so full of misinformation, I find it very difficult to believe Greene paid much attention to anything she ever read or saw about The Cure or its mastermind, Robert Smith.
I was hoping for much better, since most of the other published works about The Cure that I have read were at least acceptable. Even the collaboration she undertook with Dave Thompson for "The Cure: A Visual Documentary" was better than Greene's solitary attempt, though it is far from stellar. It seems that it takes the both of them to produce anything even remotely worthwhile. Neither can do it alone; Thompson's "The Making of the Cure's Disintegration" is cute in its false jewel case, but again, a bibliography listing would have sufficed instead of the constant rehash of information any real Cure fan who has the ultimate book "Ten Imaginary Years" already knows.
Ultimately, this book is a must-have ONLY if hearing or seeing the words "The Cure" or "Robert Smith" cause you to whip out your credit card and complete the transaction before your senses kick in.
I, however, have a valid excuse for owning this book... I didn't have a review to base my decision on, but now you do ...so, you don't.
Darkraven
This book has a lot of glossy pictures of Smith and his band which is very enjoyable. It also has a lot of interesting articles and interviews in it which reveal Smith as an articulate, enigmatic man who battles cynicism and apathy. The book overall reveals Smith to be full of fascinating contradictions -he appears effeminate most of the time but has a lot of chest hair, he has a ruthless asthetic sense but is at times quite down-to-earth and the humanitarian. I simply think that Smith is the most beautiful and fascinating man on earth. Who else in the rock world or any world for that matter has ever had intercourse with and married only one person so far? Robert J Smith is a very rare rare person indeed! This book is informative and insightful and you will find out these things and more about rs.
xander
what cure fan doesn't own this? i remember reading this book (the older edition) cover to cover, years ago, and feeling like i wanted to follow the band all over the world! dave thompson is clearly an authority on the band, but i've always felt that this book misses out on the spirit of the cure, dwelling mainly on factual information. of course, the gig listings are great for organizing your bootleg cassette collection!
"The Cure-A Visual Documentary" is a fascinating book about the one of the greatest bands in the world today, The Cure. This book is a must for any Cure fan out there! It starts with the formation of the band in 1972 and is full of beautiful pictures of Robert Smith and the band through all the years up to 1992. The book lists every "gig" played by the Cure in those 20 years, interviews and quotes from Robert, album reviews, concert reviews, rare releases, and even a comprehensive discograghy in the back of the book. If you love the Cure like I do, you will love this book!