Hal Leonard And Party Every Day: The Inside Story of Casablanca Records (Book)
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The true, behind-the-scenes story of Casablanca Records.
Casablanca was not a product of the 1970s, it was the 1970s. And Party Every Day: The Inside Story of Casablanca Records gives you a behind-the-scenes story that follows Casablanca Records from the perspective of an eyewitness to the excess and insanity.
From 1974 to 1980, the landscape of American culture was a banquet of hedonism and self-indulgence, and no person or company in that era was more emblematic of the times than Casablanca Records and its magnetic founder, Neil Bogart. From his daring first signing of KISS, through the discovery and superstardom of Donna Summer, the Village People, and funk master George Clinton and his circus of freaks (Parliament Funkadelic), to the descent into the manic world of disco, And Party Every Day: The Inside Story of Casablanca Records book charts Neil Bogart's meteoric success and eventual collapse under the weight of uncontrolled ego and hype. It's a compelling tale of ambition, greed, excess, and some of the era's biggest musical acts.
- Format: Hardcover book
- Authors: Curt Gooch, Jeff Suhs, and Larry Harris
- Dimensions: 6" W x 9" L
Don't pass up this compelling tale of ambition, greed, excess, and some of the '70s biggest musical acts.