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AC/DC: For Those About To Rock
AC/DC: For Those About To Rock
AC/DC: For Those About To Rock
AC/DC: For Those About To Rock
AC/DC: For Those About To Rock

ISBN13: 9781786750280 

HB - 292 x 248 mm 

250 full-colour Illustrations 


Rights: World 

Rights Sold: UK, USA, Canada, Australia/NZ 

Market: Music, Popular Culture


101 Iconic Underground Rock Albums, 1966-1970
by Richard Morton Jack

The explosion of imagination and ambition that characterised the psychedelic movement of the late 1960s stretched the possibilities of the pop song to their limits. Never before or since were so many classic albums made in such a short time. Psychedelia is the most colourful, detailed and authoritative guide to these albums ever published. One hundred of them are evaluated here, using contemporary reviews, rare photographs and interviews, accompanied by a plethora of iconic images and reproductions of cover artwork.

Author Richard Morton Jack read English at Oxford University. A long-term contributor to magazines including MOJO, Q and Record Collector, he founded Flashback, the world’s most detailed rock history magazine, in 2012. His books include The Bumper Book of British Sleaze (a Sunday Times political book of the year), and the Amazon #1 Rock & Pop bestsellers Galactic Ramble and Endless Trip. His Sunbeam label has reissued over 100 classic rock, folk and jazz albums. He lives in London.

"The essential reference book to psychedelic music." 

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