Sound Reading

Books incorporating music and sound hold a deep and resonant attraction for many readers.  Check out these three aural centered works available at your Community Library.

  • The Universal Sense by Seth Horowitz explores how hearing sound manipulates how people think, sleep, consume, and feel.
  • Waging Heavy Peace by Neil Young: Young, an iconic rock legend (he's in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice) talks about his life and times in this long awaited memoir.
  • How Music Works by David Byrne: It's not surprising that the super intellectual front man of The Talking Heads chose to write a book about music.  Byrne explores how music is shaped by time and place and how advents in music technology have changed out relationship with performing and listening to music.

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