Full Metal Jackie Certified: 50 Most Influential Metal Songs of the 80s is a very informative and enjoyable book. This book discusses the lyrics of some amazing songs of the 1980s. It contains 32 artists/bands and 50 songs with deep backgrounds. Some of these include: Ozzy Osborne, Metallica, Slayer, Black Sabbath, and Judas Priest. If you like metal music or even punk, you will be very pleased with this book.
For Jace Adams life has never been really easy for him. His mother moves them from place to place always looking for a better job. Jace on the other had moves from school to school, sometimes four schools in one year. The only thing that can keep him sane is his cello, and whenever he plays his cello Jace goes into a different world. His most recent move is to Seattle. When money is tight at home Jace decides to go to downtown Seattle to play his cello for some extra money.
Kurt Cobain. A name that, if you didn't know, you would never forget after hearing one Nirvana song. "Kurt Cobain: Oh well, Whatever, Never mind," by Jeff Burlingame, is a narrative about a boy who was not your typical boy of the seventies or eighties. He certainly wasn't your typical man of the nineties, and he didn't come from your typical family. This biography gives little known details about Cobain's rise to fame (which for the most part he did not want) to his not so shocking death. In the story, Cobain appears to be a good man (and child) who got lost.
This book is a nonfiction book about karaoke. However, the author means karaoke for adults in bars, not basic kids' karaoke. It starts with some history. It moves on to songs and stage presence. There is even a part with interesting facts. I didn't know that there was a karaoke championship!
Ken Mansfield is an ordinary producer for the Beatles. The only thing is that he knows all of the band members like friends. Ken's "journey" with the Beatles takes him onto a new life as a producer. He goes to many different places with his friends (The Beatles) like London. With the trips that he takes he always finds new offerings for jobs and sometimes he does not want the job. Ken is very pleased with Apple Records and Capitol Records that he does not want to ever get fired or quit, but these new offerings are tempting to him. What will Ken do?