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by Vernon Joynson
This was the third in a trio of publications aimed at providing a detailed encyclopaedic guide to rock and pop music of the golden era from the early sixties to the mid-seventies. Fuzz Acid and Flowers provided a comprehensive guide to the garage, psychedelic and hippie rock of the USA. The Tapestry Of Delights dealt with a wide range of musical genres in the UK during this era.
This publication branches out to cover rock, pop, beat, folk, folk-rock, blues-rock, psychedelia, flower pop, garage, progressive rock and more from Canada and Australasia in the era. It also provides an introduction to Latin American beat, psychedelia, garage and progressive rock. This book includes many artists who failed to attract the publicity they deserved at the time and many who've never appeared in music encyclopaedias before. It contains over 2,600 entries and is profusely illustrated including 12 pages of colour.
Out of Print
Publication: September 1999