Arlo Guthrie: The Warner/reprise Years by Hank ReinekeArlo Guthrie: The Warner/reprise Years by Hank Reineke

Arlo Guthrie: The Warner/reprise Years

byHank ReinekeForeword byRonald Cohen

Paperback | September 1, 2014

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Arlo Guthrie: The Warner/Reprise Years revisits Guthrie's 15-year ride as a recording artist for the prestigious record label. Hank Reineke guides readers through the colorful history of Guthrie's most creative period and regales readers with stories behind the remarkable success of Guthrie's talking blues-turned-movie Alice's Restaurant and his celebrated appearance at the 1969 Woodstock festival. With a look at Guthrie's life and times before and after this prolific period of his career, this biography is a goldmine of information on the Guthrie family's legacy to American music, the counterculture of the 1960s, and the record industry of the 1970s. It also features a detailed bibliography as well as the first comprehensive discography of Guthrie's recordings through the present day.
Hank Reineke has written about folk, blues, and country music for publications such as the Aquarian Arts Weekly, Soho Arts Weekly, Downtown, East Coast Rocker, Blues Revue, On The Tracks, ISIS, and The Bridge. He is the author of Ramblin' Jack Elliott: The Never-Ending Highway (Scarecrow, 2010).
Title:Arlo Guthrie: The Warner/reprise YearsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:348 pages, 8.87 × 5.83 × 0.88 inPublished:September 1, 2014Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1442242566

ISBN - 13:9781442242562

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Editorial Reviews

The book is rich in touring history, records made, who played what instrument on what song, chart positions and what Arlo said to interviewers back when he spoke to interviewers. Albums are analyzed, songs are dissected, so the book is rich in fact and detail. If you're reading it for academic reasons or are doing research on Arlo Guthrie, you'll find it valuable.