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ISBN:0765303523
Author: Paul Williams
ISBN13: 978-0765303523
Title: Back to the Miracle Factory: Rock Etc. 1990's
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Language: English
Category: Music
Publisher: Forge Books; 1st edition (February 23, 2002)
Pages: 272

Back to the Miracle Factory: Rock Etc. 1990's by Paul Williams



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Paul Williams has been writing about pop music for decades, never flagging in his enthusiasm or his emotional and intellectual openness to the newest music. He has been doing this ever since he founded the rock magazine, Crawdaddy, in 1966. His insight into how it feels when we listen to certain performers or certain performances makes a connection between music and readin Paul Williams has been writing about pop music for decades, never flagging in his enthusiasm or his emotional and intellectual openness to the newest music

Williams' 1990s writings favor such dinosaurs as Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and the Grateful Dead. That is because Williams was, after all, one of the first bigtime rock critics, founder of Crawdaddy and author of Outlaw Blues, a rock criticism cornerstone. In short, he is a dinosaur rock critic. Paul Williams loves music. He also loves his job and, more than anything else, that love is projected in his writing. Williams portrays a zesty sense of enthusiasm that is sorely missing in present day rock journalism. A time, might I add, when reading the articulate ramblings of such crits was nearly as fun as listening to records. His insight into how it feels when we listen to certain performers or certain performances makes a connection between music and reading that is rare and fascinating. Whether its Bob Dylan or Brian Wilson, Pearl Jam or Nirvana, Paul Williams can reveal something we didn't know we knew when we listened to the music.

But I wasn’t alone as author Paul Williams can attest in his book, Back to the Miracle Factory: Rock Etc. 1990’s, when he wrote Ten is the sort of record young people rock and roll-and, to a certain extent, themselves-through. I will walk with my shadow flag into your garden, garden of stone. They wanted to get back to the garden, just like their hippie parents had. But what do you do if your parents have swiped their tie-dye for suits and ties and destroyed the garden? I love the image of our generation being seeds grown from a garden of hope from our parent’s and we’re trying to find the soil to replant our own patch of optimism during this age of droughting expectation and rotten greed and excess lusting for commercial success.

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Paul Williams has been writing about pop music for decades, never flagging in his enthusiasm or his emotional and intellectual openness to the newest music. He has been doing this ever since he founded the rock magazine, Crawdaddy, in 1966. His insight into how it feels when we listen to certain performers or certain performances makes a connection between music and reading that is rare and fascinating. Whether its Bob Dylan or Brian Wilson, Pearl Jam or Nirvana, Paul Williams can reveal something we didn't know we knew when we listened to the music. This is what rock criticism was invented to do, back in the 1960s, and he has been doing ever since. It's as much fun to read, as the music is to listen to.