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Los Angeles in the 1970s : Weird Scenes Inside the Gold Mine (Paperback)
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The 1970s were a heyday for Los Angeles, Hollywood was being revolutionized, the music business was booming, and authors like Joan Didion were producing great novels about the realities of living in the land of eternal sunshine. InWeird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine, great writers muse on the city in its classic decade. Featuring John Densmore on being a rock star, Matthew Specktor's reflections on The Z Channel, Deanne Stillman on the desert,The Fast and The Furious director Rob Cohen on growing up near legendary music producer Gary Katz, and many, many more.This is an insiders look at what being an Angeleno was and is.
Number of Pages: 346.0
Genre: Literary Collections
Street Date: November 29, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-20-0725