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The Virgin Discography: The 1970s By Mark Jones
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The Virgin label began with an eclectic and esoteric mix of left-field artists, including Mike Oldfield, Gong, Faust, Tangerine Dream and Henry Cow. Many of the resulting LPs are now considered to be... More > important cultural reference points – is there anyone who hasn't heard of Tubular Bells? In 1977 Virgin signed the Sex Pistols. A horde of punk and new wave bands followed, such as XTC, Magazine, The Ruts and - as the Sex Pistols imploded – PIL. Later, the iconic Front Line label was responsible for some of the best reggae ever heard, from artists such as U-Roy, Tapper Zukie, I-Roy, Keith Hudson, The Gladiators, Culture and the Twinkle Brothers. This book covers the ‘classic’ years and is an absolute must for anyone with half an ear open. During the 1970s Virgin defined the nation’s – if not the world’s – musical taste. All known releases on all related labels are documented – from Tubular Bells to numerous forgotten gems that deserve much greater recognition. The Rawtenstall Concertina Orchestra anyone?< Less
The Virgin Discography: the 1970s By Mark Jones
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The Virgin label began with an eclectic and esoteric mix of left-field artists, including Mike Oldfield, Gong, Faust, Tangerine Dream and Henry Cow. Many of the resulting LPs are now considered to be... More > important cultural reference points – is there anyone who hasn't heard of Tubular Bells? In 1977 Virgin signed the Sex Pistols. A horde of punk and new wave bands followed, such as XTC, Magazine, The Ruts and - as the Sex Pistols imploded – PIL. Following this, the iconic Front Line label was responsible for some of the best reggae ever heard, from artists such as U-Roy, Tapper Zukie, I-Roy, Keith Hudson, The Gladiators, Culture and the Twinkle Brothers. This book covers the ‘classic’ years and is an absolute must for anyone with half an ear open – let’s face it, during the 1970s Virgin defined the nation’s – if not the world’s – musical taste. All known releases on Virgin and related labels are documented here – from Tubular Bells to numerous forgotten gems that deserve much greater recognition.< Less
Crappy 1970s Paperbacks By Lawrence Burton
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Lawrence Burton has spent the last five years catching up on all the crappy science-fiction he should have got around to reading as an Earthlet; wrestling with the mind altering grammar of A.E. van... More > Vogt; fighting down the urge to go out and punch a child in cathartic response to gormless Brian Aldiss spawned shite about space Vikings and special types of atom; wincing at Susan Calvin; shaking a fist at the heavens to curse whatever insane forces have seen fit to ensure that Douglas Adams and Neil Gaiman should be viewed with something other than the contempt they deserve; snuggling up in bed with a mug of Horlicks and the mighty works of Simak; going bananas over Philip K. Dick... For the last half decade, he has been writing up this shite on a variety of bulletin boards, blogs and the like. Now he has gathered this material together in book form, for some reason.< Less
Juggling Career and Family In the 1970s By Lynne Schafer Gross
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Juggling Career and Family in the 1970s includes 84 illustrated stories, sprung from the pages of the author’s diaries, which she has kept since she was 10 years old. Most of the stories are... More > based in the Los Angeles area of California. They incorporate historical facts and sociological commentary on such subjects as: amusement parks, astronomy, birthdays, boats, cars, child acting, child care, contests, electronics, friends, gifts, Goodyear blimp, grade school, Halloween, house cleaning, music, neighbors, pantsuits, paper routes, pets, piano lessons, puppet shows, radio and TV production, religion, sports, swimming, Television Academy, toilet training, toys, travel, videotape recorders, and women’s liberation.< Less
Juggling Career and Family in the 1970s By Lynne Gross
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Juggling Career and Family in the 1970s includes 84 illustrated stories, sprung from the pages of the author’s diaries, which she has kept since she was 10 years old. Most of the stories are... More > based in the Los Angeles area of California. They incorporate historical facts and sociological commentary on such subjects as: amusement parks, astronomy, birthdays, boats, cars, child acting, child care, contests, electronics, friends, gifts, Goodyear blimp, grade school, Halloween, house cleaning, music, neighbors, pantsuits, paper routes, pets, piano lessons, puppet shows, radio and TV production, religion, sports, swimming, Television Academy, toilet training, toys, travel, videotape recorders, and women’s liberation.< Less
GO GO GIRLS of the 1970s By Carlo Mollino
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Outstanding go go girls of the 1960s and 1970s. Outtakes from photo sessions of Playboy's finest photographers.
GO GO GIRLS of the 1970s By Carlo Mollino
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Outstanding go go girls of the 1960s and 1970s. Outtakes from photo sessions of Playboy's finest photographers.
UTLX Markings 1970s to Present By David Casdorph
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This book is an introduction to the tank car markings and paint schemes of Union Tank Car from the 1970s to present. The book is organized chronologically using examples from representative years.... More > Each example identifies the context of the markings seen on that specific car. These examples cover nearly ninety-percent of the common markings found on tank cars of the Union Tank Car lease fleet. There are of course numerous other markings that can be found on UTLX tank cars. 111 black & white photos.< Less
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Decades of Terror 2019: 1970's Horror Movies By Steve Hutchison
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Steve Hutchison reviews 100 amazing horror films from the 1970’s. Each film is analyzed and discussed with a synopsis and a rating. The movies are ranked from best to worst. How many have you... More > seen?< Less

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