A Little Hard to Swallow : 1334
by Lorin Morgan-Richards and Lorin Morgan-Richards and Kevin Alan Richards


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A pocket sized illustrated poetry book based on the life of Rozz Williams, a pioneer of Deathrock.

Rozz Williams was born Roger Alan Painter in Glendora, California on November 6, 1963. He took his name from a gravestone in a Pomona cemetery. His first breakthrough came in 1979 with the band Christian Death, a play on the brand Christian Dior. In 1981, he collaborated with performance artist Ron Athey to produce the beginnings of Industrial noise in a project called Premature Ejaculation. Always an innovator, Rozz Williams changed the depth of music and art while inspiring subsequent generations of artists.

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Overview

A pocket sized illustrated poetry book based on the life of Rozz Williams, a pioneer of Deathrock.

Rozz Williams was born Roger Alan Painter in Glendora, California on November 6, 1963. He took his name from a gravestone in a Pomona cemetery. His first breakthrough came in 1979 with the band Christian Death, a play on the brand Christian Dior. In 1981, he collaborated with performance artist Ron Athey to produce the beginnings of Industrial noise in a project called Premature Ejaculation. Always an innovator, Rozz Williams changed the depth of music and art while inspiring subsequent generations of artists.


 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780997319316
  • ISBN-10: 0997319313
  • Publisher: Raven Above Press
  • Publish Date: September 2016
  • Page Count: 36
  • Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 0.07 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.06 pounds


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Books > Young Adult Fiction > Literary
Books > Young Adult Fiction > People & Places - General
Books > Young Adult Fiction > Poetry

 
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