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Johnny Cash: The Life of An American Icon

Johnny Cash: The Life of An American Icon

Author: Stephen Miller Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 10/09/2005

From his legendary 50s Sun recordings to his classic 'American' albums of the late 90s, Johnny Cash has always been the country voice of rock. This is his amazing story - Stephen Miller's vivid account of the life and times of a man who started out with stablemates Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins but who would later become a loyal musical friend of Bob Dylan, Nick Lower, Willie Nelson and Elvis Costello. Once on the point of death from drug addition, Cash turned his life around and for 50 years went on to participate in the rock music that grew out of these original sun recording studio sessions. Here are all the anecdotes behind the rowdy days, the prison albums, the relationships and the music. Rockabilly king, movie actor and activist, Cash enjoyed a rollercoaster career that lurched between million selling albums and periods of dark obscurity. Through it all the Man in Black remained a hero to discenring country and rock fans all over the world. This is his unique story.

Three Deaths and Enlightenment Thought Hume, Johnson, Marat

Three Deaths and Enlightenment Thought Hume, Johnson, Marat

Author: Stephen Miller Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/06/2001

This book examines the cult of the deathbed scene in eighteenth-century Britain and France, exploring the three currents of Enlightenment thought implict in the deathbed projects of Hume, Johnson, and Marat. The book describes the response of Boswell, Burke, Smith and Gibbon to Johnson's and Hume's projects: it also considers the complex relations between reformist and transformist thought in Britan during the last three decades of the century.

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