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Greg Kot has been the Chicago Tribune's rock music critic since 1990. He co-hosts the nationally syndicated rock 'n' roll talk show Sound Opinions (soundopinions.org) on public radio and is the author of Wilco: Learning How to Die and Ripped: The Digital Music Revolution. Jim DeRogatis is the former pop music critic at the Chicago Sun-Times, co-host of Sound Opinions, and the author of several books about music and culture, including Velvet Underground (Voyageur Press) and Let It Blurt: The Life and Times of Lester Bangs.
Jim DeRogatis is the pop music critic at the Chicago Sun-Times, co-host of Sound Opinions, and the author of several books about music and culture, including Velvet Underground (Voyageur Press) and Let It Blurt: The Life and Times of Lester Bangs.
Potential buyers should be aware that the 'book' has a form of written down conversation between two radio personalities. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Paul A. Penczek
I realize I have written this book over and over in my head. Who's the better drummer, Ringo or Charlie? Better guitar player, Keef or George? Read morePublished 12 months ago by John D. Hayman
I enjoyed this book - seriously. It was fun and a quick read. Was it completely accurate? Not always ("Ticket To Ride" was 1965 - not '64 guys!) but it doesn't matter. Read morePublished 17 months ago by The Booker
Thank you for the opportunity. I did buy this book as a gift for my eldest son, who is to prepare an essay for his statistics class (he is studying. Read morePublished on September 8, 2012 by Geraldina
One look at the book's lenticular cover and its bias is immediately evident - showing the hip, mod Stones from the late sixties, and the Beatles' most polite, squeaky-clean... Read morePublished on February 12, 2012 by Quincy, M.E.
It makes a wonderful gift and I would highly recommend the book for any Beatles or Rolling Stones fans. The pictures are great.Published on August 22, 2011 by Janis C. Levine
The authors do a very good job of making a match between the two preeminent groups of all time. By focussing on different facets of the two bands, they are able to put together a... Read morePublished on April 17, 2011 by John D. Muir
I agree with Natasha, the book is surprisingly good. It's smart and readable. Good photography. Worth buying. Read morePublished on April 5, 2011 by Henry on Hillside
Nothing really new in here, but a very enjoyable book for anyone who's been involved in the Beatles/Stones debate. Read morePublished on March 17, 2011 by Kimbee Jean