Book Reviews

Books reviewed by Goldmine

The Zombies at Woodstock. Seriously…

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The best histories are the ones you’ve never heard of.  The even better ones are the ones that you never even dreamed about.  There’s an entire vein of fiction out there, poised somewhere between sci-fi, fantasy and fact, where the …

Book review of “Elvis & Ginger”

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Ginger Alden’s memoir is clearly meant to be a tribute to Elvis, whom she says she cared for deeply. But it ends up being a highly disturbing portrait of a man who comes across like a spoiled child.

Who Killed Mister Moonlight & Other Bauhausian Riddles

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Across the thirty-five years that have elapse since Bauhaus first click, clack and grimly glam-rocked their way out of Britain’s post-punk miasma, they have been responsible for a lot of crimes.  Few of which they could ever have envisioned themselves, …