People keep asking for a complete, numbered list of the series and I can’t ever seem to find one. So this is as much for my own good as it is for yours.
1. Dusty in Memphis, by Warren Zanes
2. Forever Changes, by Andrew Hultkrans (anybody know what’s happened to Arthur Lee?)
3. Harvest, by Sam Inglis
4. The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, by Andy Miller
5. Meat is Murder, by Joe Pernice
6. The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, by John Cavanagh
7. Abba Gold, by Elisabeth Vincentelli
8. Electric Ladyland, by John Perry
9. Unknown Pleasures, by Chris Ott
10. Sign ‘O’ the Times, by Michaelangelo Matos
11. The Velvet Underground and Nico, by Joe Harvard
12. Let It Be, by Steve Matteo
13. Live at the Apollo, by Douglas Wolk
14. Aqualung, by Allan Moore
15. OK Computer, by Dai Griffiths
16. Let It Be, by Colin Meloy
17. Led Zeppelin IV, by Erik Davis
18. Exile on Main St., by Bill Janovitz
19. Pet Sounds, by Jim Fusilli
20. Ramones, by Nicholas Rombes
21. Armed Forces, by Franklin Bruno
22. Murmur, by J. Niimi
23. Grace, by Daphne Brooks
24. Endtroducing…, by Eliot Wilder
25. Kick Out the Jams, by Don McLeese
26. Low, by Hugo Wilcken
27. Born in the USA, by Geoffrey Himes
And coming soon – although the numbers might change:
28. Music From Big Pink, by John Niven
29. In the Aeroplane Over the Sea, by Kim Cooper
30. London Calling, by David L. Ulin
31. The Notorious Byrd Brothers, by Ric Menck
Publishing March or April next year:
32. Doolittle, by Ben Sisario
33. Paul’s Boutique, by Dan LeRoy
34. There’s a Riot Goin’ On, by Miles Marshall Lewis
35. Stone Roses, by Alex Green
36. Daydream Nation, by Matthew Stearns
37. Court and Spark, by Sean Nelson
Publishing September next year:
38. Highway 61 Revisited, by Mark Polizzotti
39. Bee Thousand, by Marc Woodworth
40. In Utero, by Gillian Gaar
41. Night Owl, by Gerry Rafferty
42. The Who Sell Out, by John Dougan
I made one of those up.
And floating in the ether, as ever, is Loveless, by Mike McGonigal.
8 Thoughts to “Numerical order”
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Arthur Lee is still very much around and touring as “Arthur Lee & Love.” They put a live album last year I think. He spent much of the 1990’s in jail and has been playing/touring contantly since then.
Yes, there was going to be a book on “Three Feet High & Rising” but the author (Brian Coleman) rightly decided not to go through with it, once the band’s management told him that he would get no cooperation…a real shame. As for the “Marquee Moon” book, that never happened. I’ve conveyed this information to Amazon at least 100 times, to no avail.
Did I just dream there was once mention of a book on ‘Three Feet High & Rising’? and what’s the deal with the one on ‘Marque Moon’ amazon insist existed? Keep up the wonderful work by the way!
Whew, I was worried about ‘Loveless’ until I got to the last comment. Can’t wait for that.Although it appears I’ll have to 🙂
Can’t WAIT for the Gerry Rafferty book. That dude’s got his shit together.
Good point, I’m not sure. Can the world handle another Big Star book, now that the Rob Jovanovic book is widely available?
What about the Big Star book by Chris King? Is that off the books?