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Goodbye, Guns N’ Roses

By (author) Art Tavana
Categories: Popular music

The final statement on one of the greatest bands of the twentieth century. A definitive, uncensored and exclusive biography of Guns N’ Roses entire history from a celebrated music journalist with exclusive ...


By (author) Yves Sioui Durand
Categories: Theatre studies
Series: Américana

Ce livre rassemble et retrace des réflexions qui fondent ma pratique et ma conception du théâtre qui s’est construite de 1984 à 2020. Pour moi, la fonction de l’art est sacrée et notre théâtre ...

Les résistants du jazz

By (author) Serge Truffaut
Categories: Music: styles and genres

Des musiciens et des musiciennes de jazz de la catégorie des mi-moyens (Red Garland, Elvin Jones, Lester Bowie, Julius Hemphill, etc. ), pour reprendre le qualificatif du célèbre critique Leonard Feather, ...

Working for the Man, Playing in the Band

By (author) Damon Wood
With Phil Carson
Categories: Popular music

In a memoir certain to fascinate Mr. Dynamite’s millions of fans, as well as musicians and industry insiders, Wood recalls how a chance encounter with James Brown led him to embrace soul and funk music ...

Canticles I: (MMXVII)

By (author) George Elliott Clarke
Categories: Poetry
Series: Essential Poets Series

George Elliott Clarke is a Toronto-based poet, novelist, librettist, playwright, and scholar. He has won regional, national, and international awards. Currently Parliamentary Poet Laureate, he is also ...

The Life and Art of Jack Akroyd

By (author) Peter Busby
Introduction by Paul Wolf
Categories: History of art
Series: The Unheralded Artists of BC

“Mother Tongue’s noble rescue project, now eight in the Unheralded Artists of BC series… insightfully written… a sumptuously designed book, and contains a generous number of photographs of Akroyd’s ...

Joni Mitchell

By (author) Malka Marom
Categories: Traditional and folk music

When singer, musician, and broadcast journalist Malka Marom had the opportunity to interview Joni Mitchell in 1973, she was eager to reconnect with the performer she’d first met late one night in 1966 ...

National Visions, National Blindness

By (author) Leslie Dawn
Categories: History of art

In the early decades of the twentieth century, the visual arts were considered central to the formation of a distinct national identity, and the Group of Seven’s landscapes became part of a larger program ...

Folk Furniture of Canada’s Doukhobors, Hutterites, Mennonites and Ukrainians

By (author) John A. Fleming & Michael J. Rowan
Photographs by James A. Chambers
Categories: History of art

With over 100 colour photographs, Folk Furniture of Canada?s Doukhobors, Hutterites, Mennonites and Ukrainians offers a stunning visual record of the culture and values of these four ethno-cultural groups. ...