A blog about Bloomsbury Academic's 33 1/3 series, our other books about music, and the world of sound in general.

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Eno exists!

For those of you who've been patiently waiting for the 33 1/3 Brian Eno volume, I can finally announce that it is, indeed, real. We received our advance copies from the printers in Canada yesterday. It'll likely be another 10-14 days before books reach Amazon, B&N, and all of the fabulous independent book and record stores that have placed pre-orders.

In the meantime, here's a piece Geeta wrote about her favourite Brian Eno album covers. (Including, of course, Another Green World.)


Tucker DeGarre said...

Any news on Richard Henderson's Van Dyke Parks: Song Cycle book? I'm running out of time over here.

Tucker DeGarre said...

Where are my manners?

["Courteous words like "thank you, i'm sorry, please, and would you forgive me" which we once knew have now become a forgotten thing of the past."]

Hello, please, and thanks wrongly omitted from first post ... i'm sorry, would you forgive me?

John Mark said...

No news on Song Cycle yet, but hopefully soon.

Tucker DeGarre said...

OK, thanks for replying. :)

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