Where else would you find Abba rubbing shoulders with Aztec Camera, or Throbbing Gristle with Vera Lynn? From old folk ballads & music hall, through Elgar and Vaughan Williams to the Clash's London and Manic Street Preachers' South Wales; Lianne Hall and Geoff Sawers's Song Map offers a new way of looking at the country, places 283 songs in the landscape; old favourites with near-forgotten oddities.
Unframed poster, A1 size: 84 x 59.4 cm.
Printed on 160 gsm recycled paper.
Turn your wine glass into a musical instrument! We have all made glasses ‘sing’ by rubbing a wet finger round the rim, but now you can be truly melodic. This high-quality wine glass has printed markings showing how much you should fill it to produce...
The sounds of the underground feature on this musically themed re-imagining of the tube (not tuba) map. Designed by Jonathan Coleclough. 95% cotton, 5% viscose.Heather grey t-shirt printed in colour.Care: Machine wash cool. Tumble dry low.
Who was the most shocking rock band in history, the Sex Pistols or Black Sabbath? Did Led Zeppelin destroy more hotel rooms than The Who? Was anyone more influential than The Beatles? This fun trump game rates 32 bands by criteria ranging from Commercial Success,...
An inspirational set of pencils for the most passionate music-lover. Featuring sound sentiments including 'No such thing as too loud', and 'Turn it up and the World disappears'. 6 HB pencils in a themed box. Pack measures 19 x 6 x 1.5 cm.