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Nashville-based music biographer Jake Brown has published 25 books, including authorised In the Studio titles with Motorhead, legendary female hard rock band Heart, late hip-hop icon Tupac Shakur, Jane's Addicition, Alice in Chains, Tracii Guns, alt-rock icons the Meat Puppets, Rick Rubin, Dr Dre, Rick James and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers. He is also owner of hard rock label Versailles Records, distributed in the US by Big Daddy Music/MVD Distribution.

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For those about to quote... 18. Dezember 2013
Von Charlie Goodrich - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
There are many flaws with this book. When I bought it I hoped that I would learn more about the meaning behind songs, how ideas for music came together, and/or details about how the band worked together. What I got was a poorly written, poorly edited, and bland read. Jake Brown offers people a shallow look into AC/DC. He gives a little history of the band that could probably be found on Wikipedia. In fact, it wouldn't surprise me if he used that as a source. He doesn't cite where he got his information. Being a history teacher, that bugged me a lot. Brown took a very lazy approach to writing this. His quotes sometimes (more often than they should) run full paragraphs. His actual writing is almost nonexistent.Jake Brown is an untalented, repetitive writer. Additionally, there are many mistakes. I noticed that a few of the captions under pictures label wrong band members. The one kills me. It is a picture of Malcolm walking in front of Angus (circa 2010). The caption reads "Phil Rudd with Angus Young right behind him". I was shocked that this slipped through editors as well as Brown. There are also writing errors that should have been easily corrected before printing. My final gripe is that this book gives a glazed-over biography of AC/DC, but it does not delve into how they worked in the studio like it should have. Apparently giving detailed information about what type of microphones they used was the thesis behind this book.

I bought this on impulse. I am a huge AC/DC fan; however, I did not learn very much that I already didn't know. The only reason that this got more than one star is because it is packed with quotes from the band as they worked. I loved reading thoughts presented by the band and those who worked with them to make their albums. Other than that, this has been a waste of my time. Unless you are a hardcore AC/DC fan and you are just starting to read about them, do not buy this.
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One of the worst AC/DC Books I've read 18. Februar 2014
Von Dave94 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Full of factual errors, such as reffering the Marshall JMP to "J and P" and in the picture section even mixing up Phil Rudd and Malcolm Young, very dull book and not particularly informative.
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Awful 15. Mai 2011
Von Carmarthen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
Well, at least you will not have to check all the websites and magazines from where the "writer" took his information.

Because that's all that there is in this book: second-hand information that will add absolutely nothing to your AC/DC lore.
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Not what you might expect 23. März 2011
Von Micheal Hunt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
I was really looking forward to reading this, expecting there to be some information behind the songs and how they came to be, but there is very, VERY little of that. What this book mostly reflects on is who produced the album, and where, while most of the story is by the engineers, and I got quite annoyed after being bored by him explaining what microphones he used to capture the sounds of the drums and amps in pretty much every chapter.

It's a decent read, but nothing you will kick yourself for missing.
Geared more toward aspiring studio engineers... 1. Juni 2011
Von David D. Wayne - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
When I first saw that this book was to be released, I was completely stoked, as AC/DC has been my favorite band since I first purchased "Back in Black" in 1980. I was thinking that there would be stories concerning how the songs came about, the writing process, studio anecdotes, etc.

This book doesnt really deliver any of what I was wanting to read. It is about 75% stories from the different engineers (Tony Platt, Mike Fraser, etc.) concerning how they miked the drums, created room ambience, use of different microphones for vocals, etc. There is very little here in the way of what the title would suggest. And there is nothing here that is not already covered in better books ("Maximum Rock n Roll" comes to mind).

All in all, I would really like to see a REAL "AC/DC in the studio" book that contains new information about the bands approach to writing, (especially Bon and Brians lyric writing) songs that did and didnt make the cut and why, the difficulties in making both "Back in Black" and "Flick of the Switch" (Phil Rudds departure and why), etc. etc. I wouldnt waste my time in purchasing this. Do yourself a favor and purchase a better book that is more about the band, and less about the equipment used to record them.
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