[personal profile] jazzyjj
I'm back with another book review. Today I'm reviewing "Electro Shock!: Ground Breakers of Synth Music," written by Greg Rule and published in 1999 by Miller Freeman Books. I also downloaded this one in audio from the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, and the narrator did a wonderful job. I really enjoy music of all genres, and thought I'd give this book a listen. I'm so glad I did.





The book is basically a survey of keyboard music by different groups. Musician interviews are included too. The only down side for me was that there were no songs included on the recording. But I was nevertheless captivated by all that these musicians had to say about their respective music and about music in general.
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