Subtitled 'The Hidden History Of Library Music', this beautifully illustrated book by writer and filmmaker David Hollander takes a deep dive into this hidden musical universe. We dipped our toes into the world of library music when we hosted an exhibition of record sleeves from the collections of Neil Mudd and Andy Votel; this 300+ page bible of vinyl obscurities has got us fully wet. It is a dazzling kaleidoscope of 12 x 12 cover art to boggle the eyes and cheer the soul.
The book features histories, interviews, and extraordinary visuals from the field’s most celebrated creators, along with original art by Robert Beatty and a foreword by George A. Romero—whose use of library music in Night of the Living Dead changed film history.
A perfect gift for the audiophile in your life and a great companion piece to Jonny Trunk's 'The Music Library'.