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Interviews with authors and key figures in the music industry.

33 1/3 Author Q&A: A Closer Look At The Clash’s Sandinista!

Welcome to our latest author Q&A, where we chat to the writers behind new and upcoming 33 1/3 books! Today Micajah Henley talks to us about The Clash’s Sandinista!. Henley tells us more about his examination of The Clash’s triple LP that entertains the question that many fans and critics have been asking for over forty years: Is Sandinista! better as an LP?

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Bookseller Spotlight: Green Apple Books, An Interview with August Edwards

We caught up with August Edwards, the founder of the music journal Albuquerque Green Room and the nonfiction and art editor for Fourteen Hills. She’s also a bookseller at Green Apple Books in San Francisco! She told us more about Green Apple Books and her favorite additions to the 33 1/3 series.

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Matthew Horton Q&A

33 1/3 Author Q&A: A Closer Look At George Michael’s Faith

Welcome to our latest author Q&A, where we chat to the writers behind new and upcoming 33 1/3 books! Today, exactly 36 years since the album’s initial release, we’re talking to Matthew Horton who wrote the 33 1/3 on George Michael’s Faith. Matthew tells us more about how the book came together and where his love of George Michael first began.

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33 1/3 Author Q&A: A Closer Look At Édith Piaf’s Récital 1961

Welcome to our latest author Q&A, where we chat to the writers behind new and upcoming 33 1/3 books! Today David Looseley talks to us about his addition to the 33 1/3 Europe series: Édith Piaf’s Récital 1961. He tells us more about “a woman powerfully in control of her career”, and what it was like to dissect every song from ‘Mon Vieux Lucien’ to the iconic ‘Non, je ne regrette rien’.

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33 1/3 Author Q&A: A Closer Look At The Who’s The Who Sell Out

Welcome to our latest author Q&A, where we chat to the writers behind new and upcoming 33 1/3 books! Today we’re taking a look back at one of our early releases, John Dougan’s The Who’s The Who Sell Out. John talks to us about the ‘neglected masterpiece’ that is The Who Sell Out and the interesting stories behind how the record was made.

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33 1/3 Author Q&A: A Closer Look at Body Count’s Body Count

Welcome to our latest author Q&A, where we chat to the writers behind new and upcoming 33 1/3 books! Today Ben Apatoff talks to us about his addition to the series: Body Count’s Body Count. He tells us about his experience of writing a 33 1/3 book and what it was like to speak to some of the greatest punk, metal and rap artists who ever lived.

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33 1/3 Author Q&A: A Closer Look at Madonna’s Erotica

Welcome to our latest author Q&A, where we chat to the writers behind new and upcoming 33 1/3 books! Today Michael Dango talks to us about his addition to the series: Madonna’s Erotica. He tells us more us about the political and social context in which Erotica was released, as well as Madonna’s impact on queer theory and critical race theory.

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33 1/3 Interview with Author of South African Popular Music, Lior Phillips

33 1/3 Author Q&A: A Closer Look at South African Popular Music

Welcome to our latest author Q&A, where we chat to the writers behind new and upcoming 33 1/3 books! Today Lior Phillips talks to us about her addition to the Genre series: South African Popular Music. She tells us more about what it was like writing this book and recommends the best songs ‘to help soundtrack your quest through South African pop music history’.

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