537 Essential Rock Albums Part 1 – The first two hundred and seventy.

This is not your average run through an opinionated list of somebody’s favourite albums. This is much more than that. By the time you get to the end of the book you will be in no doubt as to the type of person who has written this and what their views are. This is Opher at his most extreme and outspoken. He’s been there at the front through thousands of shows, purchased tens of thousands of albums and listened to more music than seems possible to fit into a single life. He’s run courses on Rock Music, written books and been there in the studio with many of the greats. But more important than that is that he has lived the life. He was there living it. You’ll find a lot of albums and artists in here that you will never have heard of and they are all brilliant. You’ll find out a lot of information about them that you did not know; but more than that you will hear someone who was there telling you why they were so important to him and giving his view on the issues around and in that music. There is a depth, a political and social perspective and a personal involvement. The passion suffuses this like TNT through dynamite. Whether you agree with the choices or not you’ll love the journey.

I wrote this book in 2014. I enjoyed doing it. I listen to anything good. I’ve seen it all from the front and met a lot of the performers. I love Rock, Blues, Reggae and Folk. It’s all here.

This book is available (along with all my other books) on Amazon :

http://www.amazon.co.uk/537-Essential-Rock-Albums-first/dp/1502787407/ref=sr_1_3?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1419189141&sr=1-3&keywords=opher+goodwin

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