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Jeanette Leech is a writer, researcher, DJ and music historian. She writes regularly for Shindig! magazine, and as part of the B-Music collective she has DJed throughout the UK, including at the female acid folk events known as 'Bearded Ladies' and the Green Man Festival. She writes extensively in the health and social care fields. Seasons They Change is her first book about music.
For fans of the genre this is an amazing book. It feels that its renaissance has now passed, but we are left with some fine music and this book to guide us.Published 7 months ago by Justin W.
I read this book with Spotify on, and it was a useful resource, giving huge numbers of band names and short biographical sketches of careers. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Robert Fink
Don't take my review title as criticism; I imagine deciding to write a book on a subject like this is a bit like bare-handed eel fishing. Read morePublished on February 6, 2013 by M. E Mattson