The Vinyl Dialogues III, Stacks of Wax is a 2017 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Library inductee!
Full of interviews with the artists who made some of the most memorable – and a few not-so-memorable – albums of the 1970s, the third book in The Vinyl Dialogues series by award-winning journalist Mike Morsch offers more backstories on the music of the decade as told by the artists themselves.
Art Garfunkel details how a song written by his former partner Paul Simon made its way onto Garfunkel’s solo album “Breakaway” and why the cover photo on that album is still special to him; Daryl Hall reveals what song on “The Silver Album” was considered for the theme song to one of the decade’s most famous movies; Natalie Cole, in one of her last interviews, admits that she didn’t think she was that great of a singer on her first album; Dionne Warwick confirms that she didn’t initially like the song that would eventually become her only No. 1 hit after it appeared on an album by the Spinners; and Kinky Friedman reveals what it’s like to fail at something long enough to become a legend.
It’s all here in “The Vinyl Dialogues Volume III: Stacks of Wax.” So take a peek behind the curtain, dust off your wax collection and relive the soundtrack of your life.