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She's a Rebel: The History of Women in Rock and Roll (Live Girls) Paperback – November 29, 2002
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Something I noticed is that there were some major artists overlooked, Stevie Nicks for example (like someone else before mentioned). I also noticed a tiny mistake where the author said that 'Sugar Baby Doll' wrote the songs 'Quiet Room' and 'Best Sunday Dress' when in reality it was actually the 'Pagan Babies' (another band that Courtney Love and Kat Bjelland had) who wrote and performed the songs. Not that this really matters, maybe I'm just being picky. My only major compliant about the book is that the author had to put in the Spice Girls and Britney Spears, which I think is a little uncalled for.
Other than that, the book is great and I especially enjoyed reading about different bands like Bratmobile and Sleater-Kinney. It makes me want to go out and buy their albums! Interesting facts like how Big Mama Thornton originally sang 'Hound Dog' before Elvis proves that women have always been overlooked in music, and this book tries to change that.
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the most informative book about women in rock. it made me buy many great cds and that`s what is all about: to seek new music and to find new favorites.Published on April 22, 2010 by jukka anttila
While I love Stevie Nicks as much as the next person, this book is very important - even without space devoted to her. Read morePublished on March 10, 2003