Very prompt and professional service.
An excellent read and reference guide. I see Pauline is seeking submissions for a second one. Aussie blues artists would be mad not to get on board.
Excellent snapshot of the contemporary blues scene in Australia. A great read
Good to see Volume 4 of the series.
What a treasure trove! The self-told stories of 42 Australian blues musicians. I bought it because it contained the stories of my sisters, Bridie King and Sally King, which I loved. Now I have another 40 stories, just as amazing, and probably intertwined, to read. Very much looking forward to that. Thank you Pauline Bailey for compiling all these stories and photos so beautifully - you're doing a great service to our blues scene - the musos and the punter - past and future. These volumes stand as a record for all time.
All Pauline's books are a must read/have for any bookshelf
It is for a gift and I didn't open it!...I am sure that the person receiving it will be very happy with it... Thank you.
Excellent book. Excellent service and overall experience. Thankyou Pauline.
An amazing collection of stories about the Melbourne / Australian Music scene. As a long time fan of the genre there is a lot I didn't know and these books are the perfect encyclopaedia of the artists that help create and develop the music and its helped fill in some gaps in my own research. Thank you Pauline and crew for the time and effort in putting these together.
An excellent book, just like the previous three are..
What I have seen in the book so far looks fabulous. I received the book in record time also. Very happy.
Part 4 of this excellent series of books about the Australian blues scene certainly does not disappoint, and goes a huge way to furthering the knowledge base of this widely variable genre of music and those who keep it alive for now, and for future generations. Pauline Bailey has taken on this monumental task with gusto, and along the way has created an unparalleled reference of those who eat, breathe, live and play the blues.
Vol. 4 is just as good as the first 3. Covers a range of musicians from high profile artists to lesser known rhythm section players.