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A Second Book Of Nonsense Verse By James McCarraher & Gary Franckeiss
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In 2011, Gary Franckeiss released his first book with little fuss, fanfare or promotion. Yet despite this humble start to his literary career, ‘A Book Of Nonsense Verse’ became a huge hit... More > on Amazon’s Kindle chart. Throughout the first year of release, the book steadily and repeatedly outsold the likes of Griff Rhys Jones, Nick Sharratt, Quentin Blake and Edward Lear on the Kindle humour chart, peaking at Number 3. Now back by popular demand, Sarum Publishing is delighted to bring you a second volume of Gary’s nonsense verse and wonderful illustrations (who else would dare to rhyme ‘cat show’ with ‘macho’?) And as before, be warned that some of the prose is not suitable for minors.< Less
Salisbury City Hall - Through The Looking Glass By James McCarraher
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The opening of the New Picture House Cinema in Fisherton Street on 27th September 1937 caused quite a stir in Salisbury. For 24 years, the cinema drew in the crowds and entertained the people of... More > Salisbury until it closed in 1961. On 30th January 1963, the building received a new lease of life when it opened as the City Hall, a multi-purpose community venue. The Hall became the home for the local beat dances, hosting the likes of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and local boys, Dave Dee Dozy Beaky Mick & Tich. This book charts the history of the building from 1937 to 2013, based upon interviews with staff both past and present.< Less
101 Songs To Discover From The Seventies By James McCarraher
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"Whether you are discovering your parents (or grandparents!) record collection for the first time, or are of 'a certain age', wanting to revisit a great era, then this book is definitely for... More > you." The Seventies was the most chaotic, fractured and diverse decade on record for music...and it was arguably the most exciting and creative too. 101 Songs To Discover From The Seventies is a key to help unlock the mysteries of that decade, telling the story of the evolution of popular music through a series of carefully chosen compositions. Starting with the might of progressive rock, the book steers a steady course through the blues, folk, disco, rock, heavy rock, glam, punk and new wave, before paving the way for the Eighties and the new romantics. This exciting book (which is illustrated throughout), not only touches upon the more popular songs and artists of the era, but takes a look at some of the forgotten acts and those that simply failed to get their big break.< Less
The Sailor Scrapbook By James McCarraher
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"A rare and valuable photographic archive charting the rise of one of the most innovative and creative bands of the Seventies." In 2004, Sarum Publishing released 'The Sailor Story',... More > charting the career of a band who succeeded in conquering Europe with their original sound. Despite 'The Sailor Story' running to over 300 pages, literally hundreds of photographs liberated from the Sony vaults in Aylesbury, England, could not be included in the original publication due to lack of space. At last, seven years after the release of the original book, its companion has arrived, charting the history of the band in words and photographs from their signing to CBS Records in 1974, through the heady days of hits and headlines, and concluding with their first split towards the end of the decade. The vast majority of the images in this book are previously unpublished, making this an absolute must-buy for Sailor fans.< Less

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