Mother Nature's SonBook - 1999
A tribute to the life of rock 'n' roll legend, John Denver, America's biggest-selling solo star of the 1970s. Usually in pop music, the first requirement for success is a clear identity: one that the record company can work with, the salesmen and record stores can feel comfortable with and the public can pin down. Yet Denver sometimes seemed to be a folkie, sometimes a country artist, sometimes pure pop. However millions of fans latched on to something in his music that had great importance for them. This volume explores what his message was, and what it says about society. As well as charting Denver's career and considering the development evidenced by his records, the book examines some of the fascinating contradictions in his life.
Publisher: Edinburgh : Mainstream, 1999.
Branch Call Number: B Denver, John
Characteristics: 190 p.,  p. of plates : 24 cm.