A Bustle In Your Hedgerow

IF THERE’S A BUSTLE IN YOUR HEDGEROW: 50 LYRICAL LINES THAT HELPED DEFINE THE 1970’s

By Chris Epting

Veteran music journalist and author Chris Epting takes a unique look at 1970s music by focusing on individual, notable sentences from songs that stand out to him. Certain words and phrases had the ability to call extra attention to themselves for a variety of reasons and Epting’s offbeat literary exercise helps explain why some tunes stand the test of time while others simply fade into the sonic background. Certain to inspire conversation, debate and lots of baby boomer musical memories, If There’s a Bustle in Your Hedgerow is a rocking, groovy, soulful, funky, bubblegum, one-of-a-kind look at 1970s music, from “clouds in my coffee” and “pompitous of love” to that “corner in Winslow, Arizona” and the “prophet of Sir Galahad.”

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