A name synonymous with ground-breaking music, Tony Visconti has worked with the most dynamic and influential names in pop, from T.Rex and Iggy Pop to David Bowie and U2. This is the compelling life story of the man who helped shape music history, and gives a unique, first-hand insight into life in London during the late 1960s and '70s.Songs like a#39;Aina#39;t She Sweeta#39;, a#39;Side by Sidea#39;, a#39;Goodnight Ladiesa#39;areally old songs from the 1920s and 30s. Although I couldna#39;t read music the chord symbols were easy to read since the ukulele has four strings; the first chords you learn ... I just needed to become bigger, but in the interim I played the larger baritone ukulele.
|Title||:||Tony Visconti: The Autobiography: Bowie, Bolan and the Brooklyn Boy|
|Publisher||:||HarperCollins UK - 2009-09-17|