David Hepworth has written a book entitled, 1971 Never A Dull Moment. In the tome, the author looks back at his youth, experiencing the music of the early ’70s first hand. Hepworth proclaims 1971 to be rock’s “Golden Year.” The Guardian‘s music critic, Bob Stanley reviews the book.
The Guardian reports: 1971 by David Hepworth review – the very best year in rock music?
“The veteran music writer makes his case with reference to Led Zeppelin, the Who, the Doors and Carole King’s Tapestry. But what about the popular singles – and how can he dismiss T Rex?“