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The Music of Black Sabbath By chris wade
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Author, FILMMAKER and musician Chris Wade delves into the music of Black Sabbath, one of rock’s most innovative and exciting groups. A life long fan of the band, Wade takes a look at each... More > album, from their bluesy, proto-metal debut, across the classic Ozzy years, all the way through the 80s and 90s with singers Ronnie James Dio, Ian Gillan and Tony Martin, towards their glorious ‘13’ album with Ozzy back on vocals. Featuring album analysis, pictures, band history and wade’s interviews with such people as Ian Gillian, Sabbath manager Jim Simpson and others.< Less
The Music of The Incredible String Band By chris wade
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Chris Wade looks at the music of The Incredible String Band, the innovative acid folk legends famed by songwriters Mike Heron and Robin Williamson. The book includes band history, an album by album... More > analysis, plus new interviews with band members including Mike Heron and exclusive images from ISB member Graham Forbes. An affectionate homage to one of the most important groups of the 1960s< Less
Dustin Hoffman: The Classic Performances By chris wade
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In a series of essays, Chris Wade explores the on screen career of Dustin Hoffman, one of the finest actors of our time. The book focuses in on the complexity and dedication of Hoffman's approach to... More > his craft, and celebrates his finest work; the films in discussion include The Graduate, Midnight Cowboy, Little Big Man, Straw Dogs, Kramer vs. Kramer and many more.< Less
Classic Film Series: Charlie Chaplin The Keystone Films By chris wade
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The Classic Film Series highlights movies from the past, forgotten, overlooked and cherished alike, selected for their influence, relevance and worth. In this edition, writer, musician and filmmaker... More > Chris Wade looks at Charlie Chaplin's early short comedies made at Keystone Studios. The era was vital for Chaplin's development as a screen performer and filmmaker, leading him to the future classics when he earned control of his craft. This book explores Chaplin's first year in film, 1914, highlighting its importance in the icon's timeline.< Less

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