• 3000 + albums reviewed • Foreword by Lenny Kaye • 3 Full colour sections and many rare illustrations • Top 10 Lists and much more
The fullest study of the 60s and 70s US and Canadian music scene ever published, covering pop, rock, psych, prog, folk, blues and beyond! ENDLESS TRIP A promenade through North American rock, pop and folk of the 1960s and 1970s by Simon Crisp, Jules Elvins, Richard Falk, Tim Forster, Jon Max Gilbert, Giles Hamilton, Collin Makamson, Aaron Milenski, Richard Morton Jack, Will Penoyar, Dominic Stinton, Nick Warburton, Scott D. Wilkinson and Harvey Williams
Endless Trip is the fullest critical guide ever published to the thousands of major label rock, pop and folk albums released in the US and Canada between 1965 and 1974. Covering artists ranging from household names to the terminally obscure (many of whom have never been written about before), it features excerpts from original reviews, hundreds of vintage illustrations, three sections of colour plates showing rare LP sleeves, top ten lists, recommendations, and an introduction by legendary rock critic and guitarist Lenny Kaye, making it truly essential for serious music fans.
The fullest study of the 60s and 70s US and Canadian music scene ever published, covering pop, rock, psych, prog, folk, blues and beyond! • 800+ packed pages, with many rare illustrations • Thousands of expert record reviews • Precise release dates / catalogue numbers for each entry • Excerpts from many contemporary music journals • Details of inserts and other relevant information • Three sections of colour plates • Top 10 lists / recommendations • Introduction by Lenny Kaye