After the Ball: Pop Music from Rag to Rock

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First published in 1972, Ian Whitcomb's "After the Ball" is an exuberant account of the origins and explosion of popular music, informed by the author's store of experience in the field as a pop sensation of "The Sixties". "Brash, learned, funny and perspicacious...The author of this free-wheeling, diverting history was a student at Trinity College, Dublin, when he created a rock hit "You Turn Me On", and experienced a brief, bewildering season as a touring rock celebrity. This book...is his effort to explain that ...

After the Ball: Pop Music from Rag to Rock 2013, Faber & Faber, London

ISBN-13: 9780571296361

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After the Ball: Pop Music from Rag to Rock 2004, Limelight Editions, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780879100636

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After the Ball: Pop Music from Rag to Rock 1973, Simon & Schuster

ISBN-13: 9780671214685

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After the Ball: Pop Music from Rag to Rock 1972, Allen Lane, London: Allen Lane, 1972

ISBN-13: 9780713903089

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