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Tryin' to Tell a Stranger 'Bout Rock and Roll: Selected Writings 1966-2016: Real-time observations and reflections on music and popular culture, from one of the nation's first rock critics

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See what led author and Vanity Fair contributing editor Nick Tosches to describe Gene Sculatti as…

“A true connoisseur of the bizarreries that lurk beneath the stones of popular culture’s forgotten back streets.”

Gene Sculatti was there experiencing and expressing his thoughts on Sixties (and post-Sixties) music and popular culture in real time. Here are his on-the-ground
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Kindle Edition, 281 pages
Published September 14th 2016 by Swingin' 60 Productions
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Mark Rubenstein
Jul 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
What separates the hipsters from the hepsters? Precisely zero-point-seven inches of prime bookshelf space where mere hipsters file their Bangs, Tosches & Meltzer compendiums. After decades of [im]patiently waiting, hepsters’ luck has finally stumbled into station, because zero-point-seven perfectly accommodates the long-overdue anthologized treatment of Gene Sculatti’s written works.

Spanning half a century from 1966 through 2016, these collected works cover a hell of a lot of ground, sometim
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