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publisher: Clark-Nova Books

Ambrosia: About a Culture

An Investigation of Electronica Music and Party Culture

by James Cummins

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publisher: Clark-Nova Books
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The story of how Electronica brought an entire generation together in peace and revolutionized the entertainment business, all without ever waking up before noon. Through hundreds of personal interviews and thousands of hours of research, James Cummins has put together a snap-shot of a culture representing millions around the world.Ambrosia: About a Culture has been called the most important book ever written on the subject of modern music by none other than the grandfather of all DJs and Billboard award winner Tom Savarese.

About the Author

James Cummins is a five time author, and winner of the Canadian Authors' Association BookTelevision Emerging Writer Award for 2009. His previous books have included a history of Electronica music (Ambrosia: About a Culture) and his co-authoring of the autobiography of House music inventor Jesse Saunders. He is an investigative journalist for U Magazine in Jordan with a degree in philosophy from Concordia University in Montreal where he currently resides. He is also a composer of classical music and playwright, and is originally from Edmonton, Alberta.

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  • Winner, CAA/BookTelevision Emerging Writer Award

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