Elvis Costello: Let Them All Talk Brian Hinton

ISBN: 9781860741968

Published: July 25th 1998

Paperback

464 pages


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Elvis Costello: Let Them All Talk  by  Brian Hinton

Elvis Costello: Let Them All Talk by Brian Hinton
July 25th 1998 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 464 pages | ISBN: 9781860741968 | 7.22 Mb

This new biography is a serious study of the life and work of Elvis Costello, viewed in his full cultural and musical context. It traces the extraordinary career of this enigmatic singer/songwriter from childhood encounters with The Beatles, throughMoreThis new biography is a serious study of the life and work of Elvis Costello, viewed in his full cultural and musical context.

It traces the extraordinary career of this enigmatic singer/songwriter from childhood encounters with The Beatles, through his lost years in the rock n roll wilderness, to sudden fame in the aftermath of punk and the kind of rock lifestyle celebrated in Pump It Up. Costellos music has encompassed ska, R&B, country, soul, Celtic folk, TV soundtracks and contemporary classical. The whole strange trip is chronicled here, in original interviews and with critical insights, creating a fascinating overview of one of the worlds most talented and intriguing performers.



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