She Can Really Lay It Down: 50 Rebels, Rockers, and Musical Revolutionaries (Rock and Roll Women Book, Gift for Music Lovers) (Hardcover)
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Sister Rosetta Sharpe, Carol Kaye, Janet Weiss, Carole King, and Wu Man are just a few of the groundbreaking musicians author and illustrator Rachel Frankel shines a spotlight on.
• Each musician is accompanied by a vivid portrait and heartfelt biography
• Readers discover new heroes and revisit familiar faces
• Features an exposed spine designed to look like the neck of a guitar
These women rock—in every sense of the word.
She Can Really Lay It Down pays homage to songwriters, performers, and musicians from every genre, inspiring a whole new generation of fearless and talented performers.
• A wonderful gift for musicians, diehard music lovers, riot grrrls, singers and songwriters, music teachers, feminists of all ages, and anyone eager for more stories about musical women
• Great book to keep out on the coffee table as a conversation starter
• Perfect for those who loved A Natural Woman: A Memoir by Carole King, Rock-and-Roll Woman: The 50 Fiercest Female Rockers by Meredith Ochs, and Gold Dust Woman: The Biography of Stevie Nicks by Stephen Davis
Amanda Petrusich is a music journalist and staff writer at the New Yorker, as well as the author of three books. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.