By Ian Whitcomb
First released in 1972, Ian Whitcomb's After the Ball is an exuberant account of the origins and explosion of renowned song, expert by means of the author's shop of expertise within the box as a pop sensation of The Sixties.
'Brash, realized, humorous and perspicacious.... the writer of this free-wheeling, diverting heritage used to be a pupil at Trinity university, Dublin, whilst he created a rock hit 'You flip Me On,' and skilled a quick, bewildering season as a traveling rock big name. This book... is his attempt to give an explanation for that have to himself, and, well-educated guy that he's, he is going the entire as far back as the 1st pop bestseller (in sheet track, of course), 'After The Ball,' and all of the means ahead to the 1960s.' New Yorker
'One of the easiest books on well known track to come back alongside within the previous couple of years.... Whitcomb's personal involvement with track consistently surfaces to make the ebook either revealing and hugely enjoyable.' Seattle Times
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