My Kind Of Sound: The Secret History Of Chicago Music by Steve KrakowMy Kind Of Sound: The Secret History Of Chicago Music by Steve Krakow

My Kind Of Sound: The Secret History Of Chicago Music

bySteve KrakowEditorJc GabelForeword byJim DeRogatis

Hardcover | January 15, 2016

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Culled from over ten years of weeklyChicago Readercolumns,My Kind of Soundwill be The Secret History of Chicago Music" compendium. Also featuring a foreword by Jim DeRogatis of Sound Opinions, this collection profiles pivotal Chicago musicians who somehow have not gotten their just dues. Culled from over ten years of weeklyChicago Readercolumns,My Kind of Soundwill be "The Secret History of Chicago Music" compendium. Also featuring a foreword by Jim DeRogatis of Sound Opinions, this collection profiles pivotal Chicago musicians who somehow have not gotten their just dues. "
Steve Krakow (Plastic Crimewave") is a writer, illustrator, and musician. He is the editor ofGalactic Zoo Dossier, founder of the Million Tongues Festival, and frontman for Plastic Crimewave Sound. He draws the "Secret History of Chicago Music" comic for theChicago Reader and WGN. JC Gabel is a writer, editor, publisher and cultural...
Title:My Kind Of Sound: The Secret History Of Chicago MusicFormat:HardcoverDimensions:200 pages, 8.26 × 7.52 × 0.84 inPublished:January 15, 2016Publisher:Curbside Splendor PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1940430615

ISBN - 13:9781940430614

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[The Secret History of Chicago Music] is an education even for us know-it-all music obsessives, and are the only comics that have sent me directly to the record store to dig in the bins for dusty gems."-Jessica Hopper, Pitchfork, author ofThe First Collection of Criticism by a Living Female Rock Critic"The Secret History of Chicago Music has developed into an important study of the obscure blues, jazz, rock, funk, soul, folk, R&B, and punk musicians from Chicago's rich and diverse musical history."-Museum of Contemporary Art "