Artistic resistance

ISBN:9781529325607

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Structured chronologically around her most famous songs, Amos opens up the lyrics to broader discussions of issues from climate change to women's rights to fascism encroaching on the world's most powerful countries. She draws on her wide experience and travels to make sense of what divides us and shows us how music can bring people together.

Format
Hardback
Published
05/05/2020
ISBN
9781529325607
Publisher
HODDER & STOUGHTON
Weight
300kg

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This memoir and call to action will delight Amos's many fans. Publishers Weekly A dramatically inspired volume of lyrics and legacy presenting Amos as an artist, an activist, and a sharp, thoughtful musician with a commanding voice. A profound autobiographical playlist and radically political call to action primarily for Amos fans. Kirkus Reviews

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