All by myself : essays on the single-artist rock album /

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Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield,, United States, p.1 online resource (xix, 205 pages) (2016)

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History and criticism., Rock music, Solo albums (Sound recordings)


Includes bibliographical references and index.I think I'm pretty good : Paul McCartney and the art of AlphaSoloism / by Steve Hamelman -- A perspective on the single-artist album and John Fogerty's Blue Ridge Rangers (1973) / by Thomas Kitts -- Songs in the key of strife : Stevie Wonder's solitary songs of social significance on Innervisions (1973) / by Ian Peddie -- His life with you he shares : Prince's For you (1979) / by Sarah Niblock -- Breaking free of Queen : Roger Taylor's Fun in space (1981) / by Nick Braae -- Martin Newell's the Greatest living Englishman (1993) / by James Martens -- Resignation with flair : Elliott Smith's Roman candle (1994) / by Kristin Lieb -- Thrown into a cruel world : Neil Young's Dead man (1995) / by Ulrich Adelt -- Narrative themes about post-band solo work in media coverage of Ben Folds's Rockin' the suburbs (2001) / by Jordan M. McClain and Amanda S. McClain -- What's for tea, daughter? : technology and selling out in Petra Haden sings the Who sell out (2005) / by Colin Helb -- So young, so country, so self-contained : Hunter Hayes (2011) / by Lawrence Pitilli.Description based on print version record and CIP data provided by publisher.