But I Like It by Joe Sacco - PDF free download eBook

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  • Published: Sep 04, 2015
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Its Safe Area Gorazde meets This is...Spinal Tap as cartoon journalist Joe Sacco takes on Rock n Roll.The Gaza strip? No problem! Deepest Serbia? A cakewalk. Those were easy. But now the time has come to follow award-winning cartoon journalist Joe...

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9781560977292
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Age range
18+ Years
Book language
English
Pages
120
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Dimensions
7.20 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.70 (d)
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Some brief overview of this book

Its Safe Area Gorazde meets This is...Spinal Tap as cartoon journalist Joe Sacco takes on Rock n Roll.

The Gaza strip? No problem! Deepest Serbia? A cakewalk. Those were easy. But now the time has come to follow award-winning cartoon journalist Joe Sacco on one of the most dangerous beats (and we mean beats literally) of all... namely the world of rock n roll.

The centerpiece of the book is In the Company of Long Hair, the early 90s graphic novelette Sacco created on the subject of his raucous European tour with the punk band the Miracle Workers. Although already published in other Sacco collections, Long Hair appears here for the first time in an expanded version with an added 15-page section of his original sketches and notes, and a bound-in CD featuring songs from the Miracle Workers live shows of the time—including a blasting version of the Iggy Pop classic I Got a Right.

As for the rest of the book: In a series of hilarious and sharply observed vignettes, Sacco turns his pitiless pen on all strata of Rock n Roll, from old rockers (The Stones and Me, a diehard fans lament, and its sequel, Suffering for the Stones) to new (the abovementioned Miracle Workers); from salacious gossip (Whos Sleeping With Who) to how-to (Woodstock in your Own Home), from portraits of typical rock creatures (Record Producer, The Musician Who Wanted to Save the World, The Rock Journalist) to self-deprecating autobiographical stories (Why I Let my Hair Grow and So You Want to Meet a Rock n Roll Star.) None of these have been collected before, and several, done for German magazines and papers while Sacco was living inBerlin, have actually never been published at all in English and are being translated for this edition!

The book is rounded off with some more recent, serious works such as The Rude Blues, a full-color strip about Mississippi bluesmen done for Details magazine in 1999, and a piece about Lightnin Hopkins done in 2005 for the Oxford American...as well as a treasure trove of rock posters, record and CD covers, T-shirt designs, and other assorted rubbish from Saccos European years, all wryly annotated by the author.

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Joe Sacco lives in Portland, OR, where he is currently working on a new book about the Gaza Strip.

f his raucous European tour with the punk band the Miracle Workers. Although already published in other Sacco collections, Long Hair appears here for the first time in an expanded version with an added 15-page section of his original sketches and notes, and a bound-in CD featuring songs from the Miracle Workers live shows of the time—including a blasting version of the Iggy Pop classic I Got a Right.

As for the rest of the book: In a series of hilarious and sharply observed vignettes, Sacco turns his pitiless pen on all strata of Rock n Roll, from old rockers (The Stones and Me, a diehard fans lament, and its sequel, Suffering for the Stones) to new (the abovementioned Miracle Workers); from salacious gossip (Whos Sleeping With Who) to how-to (Woodstock in your Own Home), from portraits of typical rock creatures (Record Producer, The Musician Who Wanted to Save the World, The Rock Journalist) to self-deprecating autobiographical stories (Why I Let my Hair Grow and So You Want to Meet a Rock n Roll Star.) None of these have been collected before, and several, done for German magazines and papers while Sacco was living inBerlin, have actually never been published at all in English and are being translated for this edition!

The book is rounded off with some more recent, serious works such as The Rude Blues, a full-color strip about Mississippi bluesmen done for Details magazine in 1999, and a piece about Lightnin Hopkins done in 2005 for the Oxford American...as well as a treasure trove of rock posters, record and CD covers, T-shirt designs, and other assorted rubbish from Saccos European years, all wryly annotated by the author.

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