- Author:Martin Popoff
- Publisher:Collector's Guide Publishing, Inc. (August 1, 2001)
- Pages:208 pages
- Subcategory:Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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gets attention in Popoff's book. Just like his 1997 tome, "The Collector's Guide to Heavy Metal," Popoff's opinions are sharp and funny.
Popoff does an outstanding job of digging deep and providing factual information on lesser known, yet equally important groups like Cowboy, Doc Holliday, Jackyl, The Henry Paul Band and Point Blank. gets attention in Popoff's book.
Hell, his struggle with the Marshall Tucker Band discography is almost existential (he gives up in 1983). including Christmas Time Again (he scores it 7/10 and notes "the critics lambasted this thing out the backdoor and around the yard a few times.
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Martin Popoff (born 1963) is a Canadian music journalist, critic and author. He is mainly known for writing about the genre of heavy metal music. He has been called "heavy metal's most widely recognized journalist" by his publisher. Popoff lives in Toronto, Ontario.
Martin Popoff has been described as the world's most famous heavy-metal .
He has penned many books on various bands, genres of rock, and record collecting, including Voyageur Press' Rush: The Illustrated History; Metallica: The Complete Illustrated History; The Art of Metal; and The Big Book of Hair Metal.
Published August 1, 2001 by Collector's Guide Publishing Inc.
Martin Popoff’s Time And A Word is a welcome reminder that these musicians were still people, in all their complexity and .
Martin Popoff’s Time And A Word is a welcome reminder that these musicians were still people, in all their complexity and contradiction, and especially the time leading up to a famous and bitter schism in the early eighties, resulting in Chris Squire alone as Yes and Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman and Howe continuing as themselves. This takes on poignancy with the recent death of Chris Squire and a moving obsequy is provided by Steve Hackett.
Город: Toronto, CanadaПодписчиков: 1 ты. себе: Cranker-outer of 85-ish heavy metal book. себе: Cranker-outer of 85-ish heavy metal books; about had enough but can't quit caring.