Satan’s Music Exposed Kirban 1981 In case you didn’t know, the real evil is Christian rock. Evidently, the shift from traditional sacred music is ruining church for everyone. The author asserts that this pop music influences us through the accelerated
The Youngheart Autoharp Songbook Scelsa, Millang, Koch, Blackley 1983 This was submitted by email, so to be fair I haven’t actually laid eyes on the actual book. I’m not sure I need to. Songbooks are actually pretty popular in my
The Harpsichord Owner’s Guide: A Manual for Buyers & Owners Kottick 1992 Submitter: Zero circs in about 9 years. Why on earth does this need to belong in a rural medium-sized library? Holly: This was published in 1992?? Was
Making Music with your Computer Trubitt (Ed.) 1993 Submitter: 2 circs in about 9 years. Good heavens, what an outdated book! Just the fact that this was published when the biggest industry buzzword was “multimedia” is enough to toss it.
Michael Bolton: Time, Love, and Tenderness Randall 1993 Submitter: I started a new job at a small two-year college about a month ago, and most of my work so far has been figuring out just how bad the collection really
Ah-One, Ah-Two: Life with My Musical Family Welk with McGeehan 1974 My America, Your America Welk with McGeehan 1976 Submitter: Here are two of the four Lawrence Welk biographies in our collection. The full color foldout of the whole cast
Git Along Little Dogies Songs and Songmakers of the American West White 1975 Submitter: Hmmm. Let’s see. . . We’re a girls’ school in PA with no curricular connection to cowboy songs. There’s no evidence of this EVER having been
Diana Ross Eldred 1975 Submitter: What is up with the picture of her on a trashcan? There was no context for that!! [See 2nd picture below] Holly: I know I said it before, but Diana Ross is important here in