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Country  United States
Publication date  2008
Pages  992 pp
Author  Tom Moon
OCLC  179803341

Language  English
Media type  Print (Paperback)
Originally published  2008
Genre  Reference work
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Publisher  Workman Publishing Company
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1,000 Recordings To Hear Before You Die is a musical reference book written by Tom Moon, published in 2008.

Contents

It consists of a list of recordings, mostly albums (with some singles), arranged alphabetically by artist or composer. Each entry in the list is accompanied by a short essay followed by genre classifications, Moon's choices for "key tracks" from albums, the next recommended recording from the same artist or composer, and pointers to recordings on the list by other artists that are similar or otherwise related.

Moon also includes a postscript of "108 more recordings to know about".

Moon was a music critic at the Philadelphia Inquirer for 20 years, and has contributed to Rolling Stone, Blender, and other publications.

Genres

Rock recordings dominate the list, which also includes a broad range of classical, jazz, blues, folk, country, R&B, electronica, hip-hop, gospel, opera, musicals, pop, vocals, and world music.

References

1,000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die Wikipedia


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