Saturday, 5 October 2013

Borderline Books as HTML BOOK, a must for record collectors, believe me!




1. The Tapestry Of Delights — A Comprehensive Guide to British music of the Beat, R&B, Psychedelic and Progressive eras 1963 — 1976 (by Vernon Joynson).

This third edition includes the original 600 pages of text, plus a new 90 page section containing around 1,000 new entries and/or updates to existing entries with lots of illustrations. There's also an expanded section on relevant sixties and early seventies compilation/soundtracks, plus an updated index. In total this 734 page guide comes with full discographies, personnel details, reissue information, comment on artistes, compilation listings and rarity scale. Over 3,200 entries and profusely illustrated with 12 pages of full colour.


2. Fuzz Acid And Flowers — A Comprehensive Guide to American Garage, Psychedelic and Hippie Rock (1964 — 1975) ( by Vernon Joynson).

The 4th edition of our guide to American Garage, Psychedelic and Hippie rock includes the original 403 pages of text, plus a new 163 page section containing over 1,400 new entries and/or updates to existing entries with lots of illustrations. There is also a vastly expanded section on relevant sixties and early seventies compilation/sound tracks plus recent retrospective compilations. Profusely illustrated with 8 pages of full colour.

3. Dreams Fantasies And Nightmares — From Far Away Lands — Canadian, Australasian and Latin American Rock and Pop 1963-75 (by Vernon Joynson).


A detailed enclopedic guide to the rock and pop music of the golden era from the early sixties to mid-seventies. Covering rock, pop, beat, folk, folk-rock, blues-rock, psychedelia, flower-pop, garage, progressive rock and more from Canada and Australasia 1963-76. It also includes a general introduction to Latin American beat, psychedelia, garage and progressive rock. Each section includes an A-Z listing of the artistes with discographies, personnel details and, for most entries, comment on the music. Details of relevant sixties and early seventies compilations and recent retrospective compilations are also included.The book is profusely illustrated throughout with black and white illustrations and there is also a 12-page colour section..

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//ChrisGoesRock




PS. Some of you have problem to open the book:  Inside the extracted folder you have a file called: -== Use This Button For The Book ==-.
If you can't open this book with this file, add this text to the file: (.html) like this: (-== Use This Button For The Book ==-.html)

//ChrisGoesRock

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's a few years now since I read Volume 1, in fact I devoured it in a couple of days, heady stuff... thanks very much indeed!

Anonymous said...

An endlessly interesting book. Thanks very much!

The Red Hippie said...

Thanks a lot for this, I've used their webpage for years now, it has great information!
The Red Hippie

Woody said...

Thank you very much for this vademecum!!!

AussieRock said...

Awesome looking reference - looks really interesting.

Can't wait to start reading.....

Cheers from DownUnder & thanks

Anonymous said...

Sorry, but the archive is damaged.Impossible to extract either with Winzip or ExtractNow.Re-downloading did not help either...

Christer Andersson said...

Hi. I tried to extract it with winrar myself without problem. Inside the extracted folder you have a file called: -== Use This Button For The Book ==-.
If you can't open this book with this file, Rename the file to: (.html) like this: "-== Use This Button For The Book ==-.html"

//ChrisGoesRock

Martin said...

Canada:that far away land...

Jay said...

Thanks so much - awesome post.

Jay said...

Thanks so much - awesome post.

Pete Cost said...

This is really awesome, thanks a million. Do you happen to have the Revisited updates to these books? Thanks again, you are awesome...