Yes, another book on The Jam. Specifically I’m talking about This Day In Music’s Guide To The Jam, which is out next week.
Tag: Ian Snowball
Another book on The Jam you say? Well, this one is a little different. The Jam: The Start to 77 by Ian Snowball and Rick Buckler is actually a graphic novel.
Claire Mahoney reviews the limited edition Ready Steady Girls book, which is devoted to the women of the mod scene.
If you didn’t reserve one via the Kickstarter project to finance the book, you can now pre-order a copy of the Ready Steady Girls book at Amazon.
The Who: In The City – Every Show, Every London Venue Played 1963 – 2016 by Ian Snowball (New Haven Publishing)
Well, Ian Snowball is certainly prolific. Not content with producing Keith Moon: There Is No Substitute, he has now got The Who: In The City ready for launch too.
I’m guessing you know all about Keith Moon: There is No Substitute by Ian Snowball by now, but if you don’t, please check out our article on it. If you want to get your hands on one first, you can always get yourself down to the official book launch.
Genuinely got high hopes for Keith Moon: There is No Substitute by Ian Snowball, which is published by Omnibus Press.
The first book to cover the northern soul scene in 1970s Britain has been reissued, but as a double header as Nightshift / All Souled Out.