Screaming Life A Chronicle of the Seattle Music Scene Along with a lot of bruises and broken equipment Peterson got something that was unique and true what live rock music is all about a commotion of hair sweat guitars drums and wires which he jug

  • Title: Screaming Life: A Chronicle of the Seattle Music Scene
  • Author: Michael Azerrad Bruce Pavitt
  • ISBN: 9780062586407
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Along with a lot of bruises and broken equipment, Peterson got something that was unique and true, what live rock music is all about a commotion of hair, sweat, guitars, drums, and wires, which he juggled using classical compositional elements all rendered in glorious black and white Somehow he managed, in the midst of the chaos, to snap photographs that are works of ar Along with a lot of bruises and broken equipment, Peterson got something that was unique and true, what live rock music is all about a commotion of hair, sweat, guitars, drums, and wires, which he juggled using classical compositional elements all rendered in glorious black and white Somehow he managed, in the midst of the chaos, to snap photographs that are works of art Michael Azerrad, Screaming Life

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    1. Michael Azerrad Bruce Pavitt

      Michael Azerrad has written for a number of magazines, including Rolling Stone, Revolver, and Spin He lives in New York City.

    132 thoughts on “Screaming Life: A Chronicle of the Seattle Music Scene”

    1. Great collection of Charles Peterson s photographs of the Seattle scene in the late 80s and early 90s Great essay at the front, too.


    2. This book captures the Seattle music scene from its early roots of then unknown grunge bands playing in small venues to its explosion into the mainstream world The edition I own also includes a CD of songs from those good old days I should listen to it often and fondly remember spending my twenties in OlyWA.


    3. Sure looks fun being in the band Some day my son is going to have the band and he will let me sing a song so that I will know what it feels like You should come and dance.


    4. Charles Peterson s photos of the Seattle music scene, before and after it exploded Influenced my photography for years.



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