Tim Lawrence leads the Music Culture: Theory and Production degree program at the University of East London. He has written liner notes for David Mancuso Presents the Loft and Masters at Work: The Tenth Anniversary Collection. The author’s website for the book is available at www.timlawrence.info
Read it twice already. Best history of dance music of the 70's I have found.Published 1 month ago by David H Gard
It was such a good read, I started dancing on the train. A must for anyone over 50 who are still having and going to "House Parties".
Happy dancer over 50
Love Saves the Day book is a good book to read if you want to know how Dance Music Culture came in to being established. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jaysen A. Delauney
The dance music of 1970's was not simply some 'fad' in the way that it was judged by money hungry types of large record companies, Hollywood, the media and the uninformed of... Read morePublished on June 8, 2013 by Archives56
This book is very tempting : I mean, I read it months ago and at that time, wished that it would never end (I'm dedicated to pleasure, I'm afraid);
but it did. Read more
Disco, House, Techno, Rave, Drum & Bass, Garage, Dub Step... all began with one man's dream.
This is the story of David Mancuso and his dream, The Loft, a party... Read more
Not only is this important narrative non-fiction that blends music history, sociology and politics, it's a total blast. Read morePublished on July 24, 2009 by Jeffrey Capshew