In a series of 30 candid interviews with radical women musicians, editor Zora von Burden gives the forerunners of this generation a voice and probes the depths of how and why they broke through society's limitations to create works of outstanding measure. Includes interviews with: Wanda Jackson, Moe Tucker (Velvet Underground), Teresa Nervosa (Butthole Surfers), Nina Hagen, Lydia Lunch, Patricia Morrison (Sisters of Mercy, The Damned), Pamela Tent (The Cockettes) and many others. An inspiration to young women and fascinating to music fans of all ages and genders.
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(216mm x 139mm x 18mm)
Manic D Press,U.S.
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Author Biography - Zora von Burden
Zora von Burden was born and raised in San Francisco, California. A frequent contributor to the "San Francisco Herald," von Burden also wrote the screenplay for Geoff Cordner's underground cult classic film, "Hotel Hopscotch."