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by Vince Bell

eBook One Man's Music: The Life and Times of Texas Songwriter Vince Bell (North Texas Lives of Musician Series) ePub
Author: Vince Bell
Language: English
ISBN: 1574412671
ISBN13: 978-1574412673
Publisher: University of North Texas Press (April 1, 2009)
Pages: 288
Category: Arts & Literature
Subcategory: Biography
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 394
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ePub file: 1282 kb
Fb2 file: 1843 kb

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Bell's prose is not unlike his lyrics: spare, beautiful, evocative, and often . University of North Texas Press, 2009 - 261 من الصفحات.

Bell's prose is not unlike his lyrics: spare, beautiful, evocative, and often sneak-up-on-you funny. His chronicle of his own life and near death on the road reveals what it means to live for one's ar. -BOOK JACKET. In detailing his recovery from the accident and his roundabout climb back onstage, Bell shines a light in those dark corners of the music business that, for the lone musician whose success is measured not by the Top 40 but by nightly victories, usually fall outside of the spotlight. Bell's prose is not unlike his lyrics: spare, beautiful, evocative, and often sneak-up-on-you funny.

Following a car accident in December 1982, Vince Bell's debut album was waylaid for 12 years

Following a car accident in December 1982, Vince Bell's debut album was waylaid for 12 years. Detailing his recovery from the accident and his round-about climb back on stage, he describes the dark corners of the music business that, for the lone musician whose success is measured nightly, usually fall outside of the spotlight.

Texas singer/songwriter Vince Bell’s story begins in the 1970s. Distributor for UNT Press books).

Texas singer/songwriter Vince Bell’s story begins in the 1970s

Published by: University of North Texas Press. Texas singer/songwriter Vince Bell’s story begins in the 1970s. In December of 1982, Bell was on his way home from the studio (where he and hired guns Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric Johnson had just recorded three of Bell’s songs) when a drunk driver broadsided him at 65 mph. Thrown over 60 feet from his car, Bell suffered multiple lacerations to his liver, embedded glass, broken ribs, a mangled right forearm, and a severe traumatic brain injury.

One Man's Music book. Published April 1st 2009 by University of North Texas Press (first published April 15th 2008). 1574412663 (ISBN13: 9781574412666).

Vince Bell's autobiography doesn't begin with the brutal car wreck on the early morning Austin streets of 1982, a disaster that nearly took his life and left him clawing for more than a decade through the lonely and incommunicable purgatory of severe brain injury. Instead, One Man's Music opens simply on the resilient memory of his 1968 Martin D-28 dreadnought acoustic guitar, a raw, unwieldy beast that defined the trajectory of the songwriter's life even as it was steered devastatingly and uncontrollably off course

Texas singer/songwriter Vince Bell’s story begins in the 1970s. Following the likes of Townes Van Zandt and Guy Clark, Bell and his contemporaries Lyle Lovett, Nanci Griffith, and Lucinda Williams were on the rise. In December of 1982, Bell was on his way home from the studio (where he and hired guns Stevie Ray Vaughan and Eric Johnson had just recorded three of Bell’s songs) when a drunk driver broadsided him at 65 mph. Thrown over 60 feet from his car, Bell suffered multiple lacerations to his liver, embedded glass, broken ribs, a mangled right forearm, and a severe traumatic brain injury. Not only was his debut album waylaid for a dozen years, life as he’d known it would never be the same.In detailing his recovery from the accident and his roundabout climb back onstage, Bell shines a light in those dark corners of the music business that, for the lone musician whose success is measured not by the Top 40 but by nightly victories, usually fall outside of the spotlight. Bell’s prose is not unlike his lyrics: spare, beautiful, evocative, and often sneak-up-on-you funny. His chronicle of his own life and near death on the road reveals what it means to live for one’s art.
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