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Free download Tunes author Vincent Brunner 105 ¹ Engaging as well as informative Tunes traces the rise of rock and roll through the format of comics Capitalizing on the immense popularity of the graphic novel Vincent Brunner has assembled illustrators and cartoonists to visually depict the history of rock music through comics This uniue approacEngaging as well as informative Tunes traces the rise of rock and roll through the format of comics Capitalizing on the immense popularity of the graphic novel Vincent Brunner has assembled illustrators and cartoonists to visually depict the history of rock music through comics This uniue approach will not only appeal to those who grew up wi. A gorgeous often experimental tribute to rock Roll by French artists that understands that most American of art forms It’s heavy on classic punk and post punk and indie Some are personal some are strange There’s a metaphor for Elvis’ fame a symbolic catalogue of Pixies iconography an awesome RCrumb style tribute to The Stooges a bawdy ACDC outback yarn a creepy poem to PJ Harvey a potted history of Nick Cave that doesn’t mention Rowland S Howard writing Shivers tho a personal friendship with James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem and tons It even made me care about Metallica a band I don’t like

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Ries of black and white graphic depictions ranges from hilariously personal to absolutely wild Each strip is accompanied by humorous yet informative text recounting the early struggles successes and challenges of each band Also included is a selective discography for each band or artist highlighting their biggest hits or most memorable songs. A comprehensive but highly inconsistent book The artist biographies at the beginning of each chapter give me lots to add to my Spotify playlists but the comics themselves seem to be extremely esoteric and vary wildly in uality Instead of a graphic history the comics can be based on a single line from a lyric or an anecdotal story from someone who once saw the band or a dream by one of the band members Sometimes beautiful but often boring and disconnected

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Tunes author Vincent BrunnTh the bands but also to an entirely new generation of budding fans Full of colorful personalities from larger than life divas to modest men who made it big the story of rock is compelling and diverse From Elvis and Little Richard to the British Invasion in the 1960s and onward through the eras of punk heavy metal new wave and grunge this se. Definitely not the definitive history of a collection of artistic statements and recollections That's not necessarily a bad thing While there are certainly bands that could have been added I was happy for the surpriseunconventional additions I think these are really what made the book see Nick Cave Nick Drake Johnny Thunders PJ Harvey etc I actually hadn't listened to Johnny Thunders before this book and now I'm addicted to his So Alone album Any book that can convince me to check out an artist has done a good job The comics are less what I thought they would be and were hit or miss Some were excellent Johnny Thunders LCD Soundsystem The Beatles Nick Drake etc but some were too far out for me to connect with Little Richard Led Zeppelin Rolling Stones etcAll in all a worthy read Would love to see a seuel with additions