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If you...

  1. Love Classic Rock, Soul or Motown music
  2. Grew up in the 60's, 70's or 80's or know someone who did
  3. Have a family
  4. Are looking for a fun gift for under $20
  5. Want to put a smile on your face and have some fun

Then take the time to listen to the music, see pictures of some of your favorite Classic Rock and Motown artists and buy a book that...

  1. Will make you feel good
  2. Bring back long lost memories
  3. Surprise you
  4. Inspire you
  5. Tell you things about your favorite song or artist that you never knew before
  6. Help you reconnect with your family and kids
  7. Help you cope with what is going on in the world today
  8. Makes a great gift for anyone who loves music, who grew up in the 60's, 70's or 80's or for anyone who has a family

  

The words you don’t hear when you listen to the music

Listen To The Music is a feel good book about the music of the 60's and 70's. It talks about Classic Rock and Motown's greatest artists, their music and how this unique group of singers and songwriters helped shape an entire generation's attitude toward contemporary issues and the world around them.  The book reveals the often overlooked messages hidden within the music of these two decades -- messages that provide us with timeless lessons of life that can be used to help put your life into perspective, guide you through tough times and bring families closer together through the universal language of music.

Music is an integral part of our everyday lives.  We carry our iPods, listen to satellite radio driving to work, and hear it playing in the background at our favorite restaurants or while we are shopping.  But, we take music for granted.  While we listen, we seldom really hear the music.  If you truly listen to your favorite songs, you will find that the lyrics often tell a story or have a message; they may inspire or spark your imagination; and a particular song may make long forgotten memories reappear as if it were just yesterday. Regardless of your age or position in life, music is a universal language that affects us in ways we don’t fully recognize or understand.

In the end, we all want the same thing from our music... to be entertained, to be reminded of special moments in our life, to help us escape from the stress of everyday life, and to make us smile and be happy.  The music of the 60’s & 70’s has been doing that for the past 40 years affecting three distinct generations in much the same way.