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by Pete Frame

  • Author: Pete Frame
  • ISBN: 0825639506
  • ISBN13: 978-0825639500
  • ePub: 1176 kb | FB2: 1833 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Music
  • Publisher: Quick Fox; First Edition edition (1980)
  • Pages: 30
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 506
  • Format: lit txt mbr lrf
Pete Frame's Rock Family Trees ePub download

Peter 'Pete' Frame (born 10 November 1942 in Luton, Bedfordshire, England) is an English music journalist and historian of rock music. He has produced outlines of the history of rock bands for various magazines, such as Sounds, NME, Melody.

Peter 'Pete' Frame (born 10 November 1942 in Luton, Bedfordshire, England) is an English music journalist and historian of rock music. He has produced outlines of the history of rock bands for various magazines, such as Sounds, NME, Melody Maker and Rolling Stone. In 1969, Frame founded the English alternative rock magazine ZigZag.

Pete frame has put together a very enjoyable and informative book. If you love the history of rock, you will discover that you can't live without Pete Frame's 4 volumes. Wonderfully obsessive and complete. The pages open up into a large family tray, you can trace musicians from start to finish band members and where they started and where they ended up. As I said for my title this is a must have for true rock fans If you love the history of rock, you will discover that you can't live without Pete Frame's 4 volumes.

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The Rock Family Trees books were used as the basis for the BBC Television series Rock Family Trees in the . ZigZag was a British rock music magazine.

The Rock Family Trees books were used as the basis for the BBC Television series Rock Family Trees in the 1990s, was narrated by John Peel. The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a British public service broadcaster.

Frame traces the development and history of Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Genesis, The Police, and more with his hand-drawn rock trees.
lacki
I remember the first time I tried to just look through this book. Good luck with that! Every chart is a well-researched work of art telling a series of fascinating stories which will enrapture you for hours. You cannot look at only one chart. After a quick 45-60 minutes slips by you will have to take a peek at the next chart. And just a peek won't do!

After almost 40 years I still recall the Peter Knight cite on Steeleye Span every time I use or write, "gone fishing". Mr. Frame's style is unique, and I love how he turned a hobby and avocation into a vocation. I also admire how Frame was not one to make spurious clams. For example, he freely admitted not having seen Genesis for some years when he drew their Tree. Mr. Frame is a gentleman who knows what he knows and clearly sees no reason to go around bragging about what he might not have personal knowledge.
Ckelond
When you start getting really serious about music, listening to it stops being enough: you need to learn about the band, the members, the changes, the bios, the history behind it all... Pete Frame, in the course of some 15 years compiled this magnificently complex printed documentary that includes the family trees and evolution of most every rock band you can think of dated before 1993 (too bad this was the last edition of this book, which now also happens to be out of print!)
The beauty about the book is that it ties together bands that had a relatively close evolution, such as the case of Roxy Music and King Crimson, for example, who "touched" each other's paths when former Crimson's bass/voice John Wetton landed on Roxy Music #5's album, alongside Phil Manzanera, Bryan Ferry and the crew (the # refers to the nomenclature Frame uses to list the different incarnations of a band). In short, if you can get your hands on a used copy of the book (which is the only way to go about it these days), by all means do so: you will be provided with hours and hours of discovery of musical facts!
tref
I became aware of Rock Family Trees, by Pete Frame, after seeing the BBC television series of the same name. I am fascinated by the "Whatever happened to?" syndrome - especially with regard to musicians. Pete Frame's book is perfect for anyone who is interested in how rock music has developed and evolved and, in particular, in the roles played by individual musicians as they move from one group to another. Unlike many books on the general "history of music" theme, Frame's masterpiece comprises of a number of large hand-drawn family trees charting the progress of numerous bands through their various line-ups until, in so many cases, they eventually disappear or mutate into something different. So, if you would like to know what happened to a particular artist or what the line up of your favourite band was at a particular time in your long-lost youth, this is the book for you. Unfortunately, at the time of writing the book is out of print but keep your eyes peeled because if the TV series is re-run there may well be a new edition.
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