AC/DC: Get Your Jumbo Out of My Airport: Random Notes for AC/DC Obsessives

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Drawing on hours of new interviews - from record company executives and producers to obsessive bootleg collectors—Get Your Jumbo... collects the best anecdotes and tall tales of the most enduring hard rock behemoth, AC/DC, showing exactly why the band has remained so special and influential. Features a wealth of previously unseen photos.

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Overview

Drawing on hours of new interviews - from record company executives and producers to obsessive bootleg collectors—Get Your Jumbo... collects the best anecdotes and tall tales of the most enduring hard rock behemoth, AC/DC, showing exactly why the band has remained so special and influential. Features a wealth of previously unseen photos.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781902799018
  • Publisher: Helter Skelter Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/1/2008
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 In the Beginning: Discovering the band
Plus!
Pete Vukovic Of 3 Colours Red on his DC obsession
Ratz, a lifelong fan
The DC Files - Angus Young
Dave Evans Interview - Life Before Bon
How To Buy AC/DC - A Definitive Guide
The DC Files - Phil Rudd
Problem Child - Schoolgirl fan meets schoolboy guitarist, 1977
The Strange Case Of The Missing Bass Player
The DC Files - Cliff Williams
Chapter 2 Your Mother Knows Best: Manchester Apollo 1979
Plus!
The DC Files - Malcolm Young
Gero Probst and a cautionary tale
Erik Zimmer on how DC got lodged in his brain
The DC Files - Mark Evans
Tony Dixon on his first ever DC gig
The DC Files - Bon Scott
Chapter 3 Scott is Dead: Why kids can be cruel
Plus!
Ashley Court - Bon's last home
Bon's Final Hours - The Truth
The Highway To Hell - Overhill Road, The End Of The Line
One Step Closer To Bon - Thomas Krogh On A Pilgrimage
Chapter 4 Black Magic: Why 'Back In Black' matters
Plus!
The Producers
"Nothing Much Has Changed" - Malcolm Young Interview
The DC Files - Brian Johnson
Boinnngg!! - The Story Behind The Original Hell's Bell
Chapter 5 Cynical City: Some of us are not about to rock
Plus!
Cliff Williams Interview
Nikki Goff Interview - On running the AC/DC fan club
Wayne Etherington on Monsters Of Rock, 1981
Chapter 6 For Those About to Write: A career in journalism
Plus!
Thomas Schade Interview - On the brilliant Daily Dirt fanzine
Mike Jones on his DC tour of Oz
Paul Elliott Interview - The Kerrang! journalist on why DC are best
Black Sabbath and the flick knife incident
Al Narvaez on why DC beats working at Taco Bell
DC Rarities - Some you may not know
Chapter 7 Video Nasties: University Dope Smokers' Club
Plus!
The Fans' Forum On DC
AC/DC line-ups
Andrew J. Shal on his expensive hobby
Jack Bonny's Collector's Corner
VH1 producer Jim Parsons on an amazing live performance
Kerrang! editor Phil Alexander Interview - Why DC are so important
Chapter 8 Dawn to Dusk: Joining a band
Plus!
Bill Vocchia Interview - On tribute band Ballbreaker
DC Superfan Gary Campbell
Brian Johnson Interview
Undercover - Tribute albums, bands and cover versions
'Diamond Dave' Interview - "My Beano obsession!"
Chapter 9 A meeting of (Tiny) Minds: Interviewing the group
Plus!
Chris Slade - the man who was 'too good'
Dante Bonutto Interview - On working with the band
Angus Young Interview - Kerrang! 1990
Paul Cadden on appearing in a DC video
Reviews
Chapter 10 The More Things Change: It was 20 years ago today
Plus!
Phil Rudd Interview - the life of Riley
Fan Meets Band - what you would ask Angus
In Praise Of Brian
Madrid Rocks!
Smarri Josepsson on a shared SG obsession
AC/DC Quiz
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