Vinyl: The Art of Making Records

Mike Evans


Vinyl: The Art of Making Records is a celebration of the medium's fascinating history and triumphant rebirth. From weighty 78s to feisty 45s, from eccentric Eps to legendary long-players, it brings vinyl off the shelves and out of the crates. The book will spotlight the development of the discs themselves; pioneering lalles such as Columbia, RCA Victor and Atlantic; ground-breaking artists and their game-changing releases such as Sgt Pepper by the Beatles, the Sex Pistols, Pink Floyd and Pearl Jam; the idiosyncratic and iconic packaging developed by daring designers and the special collectors editions like messages scratched in run-out grooves, limited editions, picture discs and deluxe reissues. A wonderful gift idea for music collectors and enthusiasts.

This hardback book has 256 pages and measures: 25.5 x 25.5 x 2.5cm.

Media Bøger     Book
Released 28/2-2020
ISBN13 9780857624253
Publisher NEW BURLINGTON BOOKS
Genre Pop
Pages 256
Dimensions 250 × 250 × 25 mm
Weight 3,000 g
Language English