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Precious and Few: Pop Music of the Early '70s par [Breithaupt, Don, Breithaupt, Jeff]
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Precious and Few is a lively and nostalgic look back at the forgotten era of pop that gave us "Hooked on a Feeling", "Dancing in the Moonlight", "I Am Woman", "Seasons in the Sun", and more. The early 1970s brought a "Convoy" of popular rock music--everything from cheesy to the classic. The authors of Precious and Few, Don Breithaupt and Jeff Breithaupt, true-blue '70s fanatics, have put together this irresistibly readable book to transport readers back to a time when people wore smiley-face buttons, went to singles bars, and heartily sang along with Mac Davis. Illustrations throughout.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 216 pages
  • Editeur : St. Martin's Griffin; Édition : 1st (29 juillet 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00KUY7G80
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An epiphany for 70's radio junkies 25 octobre 1997
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I wasn't expecting much. The cover was very non-descript, almost campy. I was intrigued by the title, however: "Precious & Few" was the name of a Top 40 song by Climax, one of the 1970's many "one-hit wonders" of AM pop. Immediately the memories started a deluge. That song was THE favorite song of a certain girl in my 6th grade class. It was "music day" at Monroe Elementary School, and you were allowed to bring in your favorite 45's to play during the last hour of school. I was ready; I thought that Sammy Johns' "Chevy Van" would be a hit with my peers, but this certain girl's favorite song was "Precious & Few". She asked me if I had it (and she rarely even spoke to me, so this in and of itself was intimidating). I lied and told her that I had the single at home, and, yeah, I'd try to bring it in for "music day". I ran the entire way home and waited patiently for my mother to arrive from work. Then, with all of my developing 11 year-old charm, tried to talk her into turning right back around and taking me to Elder-Beerman (a downtown department store with a groovy collection of 45's and the world's coolest clerk, Mac). PLEEEEEEASEEE, MOM? It worked. We were back in our '71 LTD and headed to Mac. Alas, the single wasn't in stock. I was devistated. While Mom and my little brother went downstairs for a soft pretzel, I spilled it out to my retail guru: It was "music day" tomorrow, this girl I liked wanted to hear "Precious & Few", I lied and told her I had it, and, man, she'll NEVER talk to me again if I didn't deliver. Mac suggested a compromise... he had a new single by soul singer Jerry Butler called "Your Precious Love" that was really good, and it had "precious" in the title. She was just a "girl" , after all - did I really think she'd know the diff? Twisted logic, indeed, but I had few options at this point. I bought into his scheme, went downstairs to join Mom and little brother for a Frozen Coke, and tried to remain opptimistic about my chances with this pre-teen goddess. You know the rest of the story... and for brevity's sake I'll just say that Mac's suggestion forever ruined my chances with the girl of my dreams... A lengthy anecdote, indeed, but I feel that if you can relate at all, you need this book. It's an epiphany for early '70's radio junkies like myself, and the Breithaupt Brothers deserve a hearty round of applause from anyone who came of age listening to Top 40 radio post-Woodstock and pre-Disco. The radio stations I listened to (WMOH & WSAI) programmed a curious, crazy-quilt of sounds. Unlike today's highly formatted and ultimately soulesss radio programming, Top 40 in the early '70's turned us on to all sorts of sonic delights: country, heavy metal, pop, novelty tunes, and sweet soul music were all represented, and I feel much more enriched as a music fan for it. This book is like rummaging through an old closet, and the music is, for once, given a cerebral review rather than a campy tribute. Not that it lacks humor; the author's description of the music and the times is lovingly ironic and, often times, hilarious. The book is divided into sections, each one hitting upon many of the hits that made growing up back then a real gas. It has the right amount of history, the right amount of fun, and recalling the authors' description of the dreaded "mons" (you'll have to read the book) is making me laugh out loud right now. I've recommended "Precious & Few" to all of my like-minded friends, and I would be remiss not to highly recommend it to you, too. Trivia question: Who performed the "Theme From S.W.A.T."? E-Mail me your answer, and the winner will recieve absolutely nothing but my respect...
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Pop Culture Vultures 9 juillet 1998
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Written with a kind of respect that a college graduate would use to reminisce about his grade school cronies, "Precious and Few" is a walk down Memory Lane in Pro-Keds sneakers. The authors churn up quite a few of the Me Decade's most interesting pop singles (from 1970 - 75 only) and group them in various ways, such as pop religious songs and hard rock, a category that these two wholeheartedly admit to enjoying in their younger years. The authors know their material well enough, and though they often treat it with irreverence and sophomoric smugness, some might argue that the music from this era deserves nothing more or less. This book should find itself a place next to any 1970s K-Tel eight-track collection, Pet Rock, or black lite poster, and since it is no longer embarrassing to admit that 70s music is uncool, this book might be a good primer for anyone who can hum the chorus of "Billy, Don't Be a Hero."
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A time trip 23 octobre 1998
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Perhaps the teenagers of today perceive the music of the 70's as one, indivisible universe. But for those who were teenagers at the time (like me) there is a clear division between the first and the second half. This book is about the first half. Those were the days before punk rock and fabricated disco music. It was a time of innocence and fun, the years of the first Beatles solo albums, progressive rock, glam rock and silly, harmless, disposable singles. For people like me, this book is a trip down memory lane - I, like the Breithaupt brothers, also discovered my passion for music in 1971. But it also provides invaluable reference about those formative years of what turned out to be a "classic" decade for pop music.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Captured the Era Perfectly 25 juin 2011
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I came of age at the dawn of the 70's, having turned 12 in 1970. This book captures the vibe of the early to mid 70's exactly right. I can't explain exactly what it is, just that as someone who lived through that era at a very impressionable age, this book takes me back to that special place in time, which was the end of my 6th grade, through junior high school, to most of senior high school. I know most of the artists and songs in the book, as someone who used to play a small transistor radio under my pillow, after I went to bed. Songs like, "Precious And Few", were the kind I heard and remembered very well. If you weren't around during the early to mid 70's, this would be a good book to give you an idea of the vibe back then. Highly recommended!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Look at the First Half of the 70's 22 janvier 2002
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Canadian brothers Don & Jeff Breithaupt examine the first five years of the 70's music scene in Precious & Few. Each chapter is broken up to cover a certain type of music like bubblegum or examine a particular group like The Rolling Stones. The chapter heading lists essential songs from the subject. The brothers interject personal accounts into the stories that make for a nice touch. The book is a quick, easy and completely enjoyable read.
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