Beds Are Burning

Beds Are Burning

Midnight Oil : the Journey

Book - 2004
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Since its genesis in 1976, Midnight Oil - fronted by the charismatic and passionate Peter Garrett until his departure from the band in late 2002 - has at various times been synonymous with beer-barn angst, green political activism, indigenous advocacy and musical nonconformism. At the same time this hugely popular band has been a mainstay of commercial radio and an icon of contemporary Australian culture. Despite the band's high profile, its members are notoriously private people who have never before revealed details of the inner workings of Midnight Oil. In Beds Are Burning, Mark Dodshon tells the full and frank story of the remarkable career of the band and its members - Peter Garrett, Jim Moginie, Martin Rotsey, Bones Hillman, Rob Hirst and manager/'sixth member' Gary Morris. Far more than a 'rockography', Beds Are Burning is a book about music, sensitivity, culture, relationships - and, above all, integrity and passion.
Publisher: Camberwell, Vic. : Penguin Group (Australia), 2004.
ISBN: 9780670041633
0670041637
Branch Call Number: 982.42 MID
Characteristics: [vii] 408, [24] p. of plates : ill., ; 23 cm.

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