Vince AlettiThe Disco Files 1973–78 : New York's Underground, Week by Week
Vince Aletti The Disco Files 1973–78
The Disco Files by Vince Aletti is the authors memoir of the birth of the disco scene and its transition from an underground gem into a billion-dollar industry. Being the first journalist to ever write about disco scene, Aletti is the best candidate to tell the story of one of the most life-reassuring genres of music. This edition of the book contains everything Aletti wrote on the subject for Record World magazine from 1974 and 1978, as well as an interview with Fran Lebowitz that was originally published in 1990 by the Village Voice. The books visual aesthetic is constructed using the amazing photography by Peter Hujar and Toby Old. The Disco Files is the definitive chronicle of the particular turn in music history, which holds plenty of rewards for any fan of the genre.
The Disco Files 1973–78 Features
- Author - Vince Aletti
- 474 pages
- 6.8 x 1.2 x 9.5 inches