The Music Magnified series takes an in-depth look at the eclectic album Sigh No More, released by Mumford and Sons in 2009. The book features a detailed history and critical analysis of the award-winning album and its musical content. Each track from the album is put under the spotlight with a detailed overview of its meaning and significance. The book also features a brief history of Mumford and Sons and its members, the use of the album in movies and on television, a heartfelt tribute to the album written by the author, and an exclusive interview featuring radio personality Brent Hinson with Chris Brinkley.
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Mumford & Sons Sigh No More fan treat
The breakdown starting with brief biographies of the band members. This was followed by historical info regarding the twelve songs that comprise the album, a look back at awards and nominations and finally a one on one interview with the author. Chris Brinkley is a radio announcer with keen perception of the music scene.
I understand this may be the first in a series on musical artists and albums. I currently can't compare with any other book or audio book.
More of a complete picture of Mumford & Sons "Sigh No More". than a "scene".I'm a fan too, which initially attracted me to the brief work.
It's an hour and two minutes long, and about a subject of interest, so, Yes, not only wanted to but did listen all in one sitting.
I'd like to see the series continue.
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- in1ear (John Row)