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The record store of the mind

Rosenthal, Josh (Record producer)

The record store of the mind

by Rosenthal, Josh (Record producer)

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Published by Tompkins Square in San Francisco, California] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sound recording executives and producers,
  • Tompkins Square (Firm),
  • Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes discography (pages 242-246).

    Statementby Josh Rosenthal
    The Physical Object
    Pagination248 pages
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27198406M
    ISBN 101625179138
    ISBN 109781625179135
    OCLC/WorldCa929985688

      Dig Through Label Founder Josh Rosenthal's 'Record Store Of The Mind': World Cafe The head of reissue label Tompkins Square discusses his new memoir, which tracks a .   Keep these rare books and records in mind next time you’re at the bookshop or record store. Methodology. When putting together this ranking of America’s 25 best record stores and bookshops, RAVE Reviews drew on personal experience and referenced similar rankings by trusted and reputable sources from across the internet.

    In chronological order from the oldest existing stores, such as Canterbury Records that opened in in Pasadena or Music Man Murray Records that opened in , to the most recently opened stores, The Record Store Book respectfully marks the changing of the guard from the older to the newer generation of stores as each owner shares facts. The Yonge Street store was the best known store in the Sam the Record Man chain of locations across Canada, two blocks away from the Eaton Centre and Dundas Square. Sam's became a popular attraction, drawing people into its selection of LP records, and later cassettes and compact discs.

    Grammy-nominated producer and Tompkins Square label founder JOSH ROSENTHAL presents his first book, The Record Store of the Mind. Part memoir, part "music criticism," the author ruminates over unsung musical heroes, reflects on thirty years of toil and fandom in the music business, and shamelessly lists some of the LPs in his record collection.   The conversation is recounted in the introduction to his first book, The Record Store of The Mind. Rosenthal’s spent his life in record stores and on the radio, which led to him working in the music industry, first for major labels like Columbia and Sony, before going rogue and founding Tompkins Square, which has released essential records in.


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Grammy-nominated producer and Tompkins Square label founder Josh Rosenthal presents his first book, The Record Store of the Mind.

Part memoir, part “music criticism”, the author ruminates over unsung musical heroes, reflects on thirty years of toil and fandom in the music business, and shamelessly lists some of the LPs in his record collection/5(15). The Record Store of the Mind book. Read 14 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s:   J osh Rosenthal is best known as the founder of Tompkins Square label although after reading this book I think that may well change. From picking up a copy of The Record Store of the Mind you’ll be taken on a grand tour of Rosenthal’s music loving life.

Described as part memoir, part “music criticism,” he’s not short on stories and revelations and I’m pretty sure there’s plenty.

It’s an odd book in many ways. Part memoir, part criticism, part idle chat and part evangelical missive, reading it is akin to meeting a fellow record enthusiast in the pub and striking up conversation, gleaning insight into the shared experience, while taking home a list of recommendations as long as the queue on Record Store Day.

Josh Rosenthal, a Grammy-nominated producer and the founder of San Francisco-based label Tompkins Square, is going on tour to promote his first book, Record Store of the Mind, this April.

The book is a sort of amalgam of memoir-ish stories and music criticism, wherein Rosenthal shares anecdotes from his 30 years of experience in the industry combined with yarns about his favorite.

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Grammy-nominated producer and Tompkins Square label founder Josh Rosenthal presents his first book, The Record Store of the Mind. Part memoir, part "music criticism," the author ruminates over unsung musical heroes, reflects on thirty years of toil and fandom in the music business, and shamelessly lists some of the LPs in his record collection.

The Record Store of the Mind is more than just a book about record collecting, however. Really, it’s more of a biography. For record obsessives, the music that one owns functions as a master signifier of one’s own being and beingness.

So, by writing about record. Grammy-nominated producer and Tompkins Square label founder Josh Rosenthal presents his first book, The Record Store of the Mind. Part memoir, part "music criticism", the author ruminates over unsung musical heroes, reflects on thirty years of toil and fandom in the music business, and shamelessly lists some of the LPs in his record collection.

The book is full of stories like these, in comfortable, conversational style that prevents you from shirking at the learning you’re being given. Rosenthal does several things in The Record Store of the Mind. Divining weird, old American tales interviewing Tia Blake, resurrecting Racoon Records, and appreciating Harvey Mandel.

The Record Store of the Mind is an exceptional look into both the musical side of its author and the music business as a whole. While an obvious caveat could be that because several of /5.

Please join Green Apple Books in welcoming Josh Rosenthal, author of The Record Store of the Mind, at the Clement St. location in the record & fiction annex. Grammy-nominated producer and Tompkins Square label founder Josh Rosenthal presents his first book, The Record Store of the memoir, part music criticism, the author ruminates over unsung musical heroes.

Josh Rosenthal is a Grammy-nominated record producer and founder of the highly influential Tompkins Square indie record label. He's also making a stop at the Albany Public Library's Main Branch at 7pm tonight (Monday, April 4) to discuss and read from his new book, "The Record.

‘The Record Store Of The Mind’ is an essential read for any music fan and record collector. You don’t have to take my word for it; both Robert Plant and T-Bone Burnett, as well as legions of other fans, also think you’re interested in getting beyond the surface of popular music, you’ll find something to pique your interesting in this book.

It's not really a bookshop you go to with a singular book in mind to purchase - sure we have Chapters for that, this place is far more enchanting and perhaps, some might say, disorganized. There's also a great second hand music store in the back (Freebird Records) with a brill Blues section and decently priced CDs and vinyl too.4/ Yelp reviews.Josh Rosenthal is the author of The Record Store of the Mind ( avg rating, 49 ratings, 13 reviews, published ), An Oak Tree Late in Winter ( /5(14).

The book’s memoir portions are a treat, but the energy devoted to spotlighting underheard records is even more satisfying; the chapter covering The Youngbloods’ Warner Brothers-funded custom imprint Raccoon Records provides major insight into a true bygone era and justifies The Record Store of the Mind’s purchase price all by its lonesome.