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Best of Baker

Music

by Glenn A. Baker



ISBN:9781742570587
Format:Paperback
Page Extent:304 pages
Book Size:235 x 154 x 18 mm (Height x Width x Depth)

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$29.99

Glenn A. Baker's long overdue 'greatest hits' collection, are essays full of insight and information, a welcome irreverence and a lifelong commitment to the sounds that move us.

It is not possible to have watched, heard or contemplated popular music in Australia over the past three decades and more without having come across Glenn A. Baker's evocation of time and place, and his unique take on the soundtrack to millions of lives. It has reached us in magazines and newspaper features, on tour and theatre programme texts, and through the liner notes to many hundreds of albums and vision releases. Jimmy Barnes commented Glenn is a madman who is totally dedicated to music ... and he's not a bad writer either!


About the Authors

Glenn A. Baker

Glenn A. Baker occupies a unique niche in Australian entertainment and public life. He is a music expert, intrepid traveller, radio and television presenter and has authored 16 books, written for more than 200 magazines and annotated over 500 music albums, as well as acted as a consultant on various music-related projects. His voice, face and hat have become extremely familiar over the past 35 years while he elucidates on his favourite topics of which there are many with accuracy and humour. His opinion and analysis is sought by television, radio and print media when a major music event or the passing of a rock legend occurs. Early in 2010, his portrait won the packing room prize in the annual Archibald portrait competition in Sydney.

Glenn A. Baker

Glenn A. Baker occupies a unique niche in Australian entertainment and public life. He is a music expert, intrepid traveller, radio and television presenter and has authored 16 books, written for more than 200 magazines and annotated over 500 music albums, as well as acted as a consultant on various music-related projects. His voice, face and hat have become extremely familiar over the past 35 years while he elucidates on his favourite topics of which there are many with accuracy and humour. His opinion and analysis is sought by television, radio and print media when a major music event or the passing of a rock legend occurs. Early in 2010, his portrait won the packing room prize in the annual Archibald portrait competition in Sydney.