Homeward Bound : The Life of Paul Simon

Homeward Bound : The Life of Paul Simon

Carlin, Peter Ames

Editorial Constable & Robinson
Fecha de edición octubre 2017 · Edición nº 1

Idioma inglés

EAN 9781472125873
432 páginas
Libro encuadernado en tapa blanda


valoración
(0 comentarios)



P.V.P.  14,75 €

Sin ejemplares (se puede encargar)

Resumen del libro

To have been alive during the last sixty years is to have lived with the music of Paul Simon. The boy from Queens scored his first hit record in 1957, just months after Elvis Presley ignited the rock era. As the songwriting half of Simon x{0026} Garfunkel, his work helped define the youth movement of the '60s.

On his own in the '70s, Simon made radio-dominating hits. He kicked off the '80s by reuniting with Garfunkel to perform for half a million New Yorkers in Central Park. Five years later, Simon's album "Graceland" sold millions and spurred an international political controversy.

And it doesn't stop there.The grandchild of Jewish immigrants from Hungary, the nearly 75-year-old singer-songwriter has not only sold more than 100 million records, won 15 Grammy awards and been installed into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame twice, but has also animated the meaning and flexibility of personal and cultural identity in a rapidly shrinking world.Simon has also lived one of the most vibrant lives of modern times; a story replete with tales of Carrie Fisher, Leonard Bernstein, Bob Dylan, Woody Allen, Shelley Duvall, Nelson Mandela, the Grateful Dead, drugs, depression, marriage, divorce, and more. A life story with the scope and power of an epic novel, Carlin's Homeward Bound is the first major biography of one of the most influential popular artists in American history.

Biografía del autor

Peter Ames Carlin, escritor y periodista, es el autor de Catch a Wave: The Rise,Fall x{0026}#38; Redemption of the Beach Boysâ' Brian Wilson y de Paul McCartney: A Life, ambos bestsellers del New York Times. Colabora habitualmente en la revista People y es crítico de televisión para The Oregonian.




Para mejorar la navegación y los servicios que prestamos utilizamos cookies propias y de terceros. Entendemos que si continúa navegando acepta su uso.
Infórmese aquí  aceptar cookies.