“As backyards and gardens become living spaces, it’s only natural to want to decorate them…details 30 projects involving outdoor furniture; fence, sign and patio painting; flowerpot decorations; birdhouses; and mosaics. Detailed instructions.”—Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Arthur Lee and the band he fronted, Love, are widely acknowledged as one of the finest and most influential groups of the late ’60s. Their psychedelic-folk masterpiece, Forever Changes, regularly appears high in polls of the greatest albums of all time. Until now, however, there has been no substantial book on the group. Including extensive interviews with Arthur Lee, guitarist Bryan Maclean (who died in 1998), and many other people involved in the L.A. scene of the time, this fascinating tale reveals the dark side of the Summer of Love — heroin, crime, and bitter ego battles — while also tracking Lee’s musical career through the post-Love years to his present incarceration in a U.S. jail.
This book, the first in a series of monographs, aims to contribute towards the improvement of this situation. Its primary goal is to present to the general public a readable, but rigorous, introduction to the life and oeuvre of a leading Nigerian artist: ben Osaghae
An indispensable visual guide, packed with professional information on all the principal collectable antiques on the market today.
Beautifully photographed and accessibly written by experts, this book is not only the ideal introduction for those with a new interest in Antiques, but is also a fully comprehensive reference book for the more experienced collector.
A stylish visual reference and collecting guide
Inspirational for both novice and experienced collector
Detailed coverage of all the principal antique categories
This is a book that will satisfy our thirst for immediate results. It offers a host of instant effects and stylish solution, which are all underpinned with good design, practicality and sound horticulture.
In waking up in Chicago, Claire Hughes takes readers on a personal tour of the windy city’s vibrant music scene – from late – night jazz sessions and country blues hoedowns to Sunday morning masses with the country’s best gospel choir – interviewing musicians, promoters, producers, and other contributors to the Chicago sound.
In Waking Up In London, Robert Ashton tours the capital’s musical hotspots, occasionally slipping backstage or behind the doors of record labels to chat to the musicians, producers, DJs and executives who are producing the sounds that create such a rich a vibrant musical landscape.
In this series of illuminating and colourful interviews he explores London, its musical culture, heritage and what makes its music heart tick.
This travelogue is the perfect companion for tourists and pop fans searching for the source of London’s music scene.
Breaking down every detail of wedding dresses and suggesting which styles suit different body shapes, this title covers all components of the dress in addition to offering advice for essential accessories such as veils, shoes and bags. Advice for the larger bride, pregnant brides, bridesmaids and attendants is also included. Additional sections offer advice on what to consider when buying your dress. There are tips for wearing and looking after your dress on the big day as well as a comprehensive glossary.