Fanatic!: Songs Lists and Notes from the Harmony In My Head Radio Show

Fanatic Songs Lists and Notes from the Harmony In My Head Radio Show In when legendary Los Angeles radio station Indie asked Henry Rollins to host a show he jumped at the chance He chose the name Harmony in My Head based on his favorite Buzzcocks tune As

  • Title: Fanatic!: Songs Lists and Notes from the Harmony In My Head Radio Show
  • Author: Henry Rollins
  • ISBN: 9781880985786
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Paperback
  • In 2004, when legendary Los Angeles radio station Indie 103.1 asked Henry Rollins to host a show, he jumped at the chance He chose the name Harmony in My Head, based on his favorite Buzzcocks tune As lead man for Black Flag, Rollins was present at the raw beginnings of punk and knew many of its stars But Rollins taste encompassed than punk, and the show became aIn 2004, when legendary Los Angeles radio station Indie 103.1 asked Henry Rollins to host a show, he jumped at the chance He chose the name Harmony in My Head, based on his favorite Buzzcocks tune As lead man for Black Flag, Rollins was present at the raw beginnings of punk and knew many of its stars But Rollins taste encompassed than punk, and the show became a cult favorite featuring artists as disparate as the Stooges, Miriam Makeba, the Simpletones, Slim Galliard, and the Weirdos An inspired Rollins began compiling extensive annotations for each song he played, a mix of history, anecdote, and Rollins s trademark trenchant opinions His show can still be heard online in streaming audio, and his notes live on in this irresistible collection.

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    One thought on “Fanatic!: Songs Lists and Notes from the Harmony In My Head Radio Show”

    1. Yep, Henry in full-on fanboy mode about his record collection inflicted on the masses. Like a better version of anything I've ever said about my radio show in college.

    2. This book is liner notes and information for each song from the first season of the radio show by the man himself, Mr. Rollins, Hank. A great mixture of all different kinds of music put together to highly interesting shows week after week. True, with every other song it's a story of how Rollins' has had this or that record for almost 30 years that's nowhere to be found anymore, or how he's seen this or that band in, like, 1982, and how everyone who hadn't seen them back in the day missed out on [...]

    3. This book is just what the title says it is - song lists and notes from Harmony In My Head, Rollins' radio show. If you're not into punk rock, the good stuff, you won't like the show nor the book. I enjoy it because I can easily flip to any page and learn little anecdotes about the songs, albums, bands, etc. that I've been listening to for many years.

    4. A great collection of Henry's personal liner notes to his radio show. Some of the notes are more about Henry than the artists but are entertaining nonetheless. I'm not a huge fan of his prose though.

    5. A highly enjoyable book for any music fanatic! These are Henry Rollins' notes from his radio show, "Harmony in My Head" While he does go overboard on a few bands (The Fall, UK Subs, Generation X, The Ramones) who can really complain? The man has great taste.

    6. Don't think this book is fore straight reading, though it could be I have it as a reference book For music ideas.

    7. It was awesome to see proof that Henry is as fanatical OCD about music as I am -- thoroughly enjoyable if you're a music geek :-)

    8. Gaaaah! I can't put this down, and I know that the second I do I'm going to want to go record hunting! A great book/shopping list if you're at all interested in the subject matter.

    9. this is based on his radio show titled "harmony in my head". he lists all the songs he used on each show and why he chose them.

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