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  • A Guide To Los Angeles Rock’n’Roll Landmarks, 1955-75

    Boss Angeles! is your guide to the story of rock’n’roll in Los Angeles. From the rowdy R&B clubs of Central Avenue, through rockabilly, surf, folk-rock and into the wild 1970s, this large-format map charts nightspots, studios, record company HQs and homes of the stars. Fact-filled entries by musician and writer Deke Dickerson pinpoint 70 significant sites:
    * The birthplace of Louie, Louie
    Where the Byrds met Bob Dylan
    Pandora’s Box, epicentre of the 1966 riots on Sunset Strip
    Where James Brown recorded Say It Loud – I’m Black And I’m Proud
    The burger stand where Brian Wilson hit on the idea for Fun, Fun, Fun
    Through to Rodney’s English Disco, site of excessive scenes involving Iggy Pop, the Runaways and a cast of glam and punk ne’er-do-wells.

    The design, by Ivan Rock, has the bubblegum punch of a 1960s comic book, and we've used pulpy paper stock to give an authentic look, feel and smell. 

    Use Boss Angeles! next time you’re in Los Angeles – or enjoy it at home with the radio blasting.

  • Folder contains: Map (400 x 690mm), cards (100 x138mm)

    Litho-printed in the UK on sustainably sourced paper.

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