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One of the season's most anticipated music books is Keith Richards's autobiography, written with James Fox, LIFE (suggested subtitle: Or, How to Beat Death). Little, Brown is keeping the book under wraps until its publication in October, but our guess is that the best parts are the ones Keith found the hardest to remember.
Born in 1912, John Cage studied briefly with Arnold Schoenberg and went on to create a musical vocabulary all his own, experimenting with radio static, randomly generated sounds, even silence. Kenneth Silverman's new biography, BEGIN AGAIN (Knopf, October), studies the man, his music, and his role in a vibrant interdisciplinary arts community that included his partner, dancer and choreographer Merce Cunningham.
So much has been written about punk and post-punk that it's
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