This beautiful coat-pocket map (folding out to a whopping A1) plots 850 songs down to street corner, station or park. An A-bomb in Wardour Street? A nightingale in Berkeley Square? From Putney to Silvertown, from Music Hall to hip-hop and grime, you can pore over this at home beside your record player or on the hoof with headphones on.
The back has a detailed index of all the songs featured and their locations.
Compiled by Lianne Hall; artwork by Geoff Sawers.
A1 size: 84 x 59.4 cm (20 x 10.5 cm folded).
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