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Every Song Ever: Twenty Ways to Listen to Music Now

Every Song Ever: Twenty Ways to Listen to Music Now (Paperback)

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'A remarkable new book ...goes leaping from Beethoven to Big Black, from Morton Feldman to Curtis Mayfield, identifying continuities while delighting in contrasts' Alex Ross, New Yorker For the first time ever, we have all the music in the world to choose from. As Ben Ratliff, one of America's celebrated music critics, shows us, it's time to listen in a new way too. Opening our ears to unexpected connections, new experiences and little-known delights, this book will change the way you appreciate music forever. 'Masterly ...An instructive guide to opening one's mind and compiling a new kind of playlist ...succeeds brilliantly' John Clarke, Independent 'Smart, provocative ...in every case informative' August Kleinzahler, The New York Times Book Review 'Like a trip into the world's coolest record store' David Browne, Rolling Stone

Music & DanceDanceMusic reviews & criticismMusic & DanceDanceTheory of music & musicologyMusic & DanceMusic BooksMusic: styles & genres Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd Publication Date: 23/02/2017 ISBN-13: 9781846146862  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Ben Ratliff has been a music critic for The New York Times since 1996. His book Coltrane: The Story of a Sound was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. He lives with his wife and two sons in the Bronx.

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