For some - fans and pundits alike - watching the rich and famous forced into court to settle their arguments and have their finances, private lives and preferences aired in public is what makes pop and rock truly entertaining. Going back over 50 years, "Pop Goes to Court" traces and chronicles some of the most famous, most notorious, most important and most ludicrous court cases involving best selling musicians ever to be set before judges and juries. Among the cases uncovered and revealed are those involving Elvis Presley, Ozzy Osbourne, George Michael, Apple, Metallica, George Harrison and The Smiths.
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(234mm x 156mm x 28mm)
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Author Biography - Brian Southall
BRIAN SOUTHALL worked as a journalist with Music Business Weekly, Melody Maker and Disc beforejoining A&M Records. He then began a 15 year career with EMI. Among other books he has written are the official history of Abbey Road Studios, the story of Northern Songs, the Beatles' music publishing company (both published by Omnibus Press), and the official story of the BRIT Awards, in addition to editing the best-selling Complete Beatles Recording Sessions.