Black Vinyl, White Powder: The Real Story of the British Music Industry

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Black Vinyl, White Powder: The Real Story of the British Music Industry

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Black Vinyl, White Powder: The Real Story of the British Music Industry

, By Simon Napier-Bell.

“Sort of like Andrew Loog Oldham, Simon Napier-Bell was a music entrepreneur. He discovered Marc Bolan, and was the manager of The Yardbirds. He had great taste. But he also knows where all the bodies are buried. He tells a lot of great, dishy stories about this incredibly interesting time in our culture. I couldn’t put this one down.” - Glenn O'Brien, as told to Andy Comer. * First published in Great Britain, 2001. * Text copyright, Simon Napier-Bell, 2001. * Publisher Ebury Press, Random House, London. * Jacket designed by PUSH, text layout by Blackjacks. * ISBN: 0-09-186992-7. * Printed and bound in Great Britain. * Original pricing of £16.99 on jacket interior. * Worn jacket ends, tight and square binding with clean interior, appearing unread. * Hard cover.

Material: Hard Cover

Brand: Vintage Books