Description - Cobain by "Rolling Stone"
Kurt Cobain, a rock legend in his lifetime and immortalised by his death at 27. He was a reluctant spokesman for a generation, and his band, Nirvana, their music and lifestyle, revived people's faith in rock 'n roll. Musically, Nirvana were hugely influential in the history of rock 'n roll and brought it kicking, spitting and screaming into the 90s. This collection, from the editors of Rolling Stone magazine, brings together interviews, articles, reviews and tributes, as well as an astonishing collection of photographs and illustrations, providing insights and understanding into the life and music of Cobain - his passion, his charm and his vision. The tragedy that was Kurt Cobain's life and death, both musically and personally, is starkly, and lovingly, portrayed.
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Little, Brown & Company
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The editors of Rolling Stone. Contributors: Grant Alden, Lorraine Ali, Michael Azerrad, Anthony DeCurtis, Alec Foege, David Fricke, Donna Gaines, Mikal Gilmore, Greil Marcus, Chris Mundy, Kim Neely, Ann Powers, Ira Robbins, Neil Strauss.