2015 Marks 20 Years for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of this legendary institution, the September book of the month is LSD: The Library of Julio Santo Domingo.

(from LSD: the Library of Julio Santo Domingo)’
(from LSD: the Library of Julio Santo Domingo)’

The two volume set published in 2013 was written not just to celebrate a remarkable collection put together by a determined individual, but also to offer a scholarly overview of the subject matter involved.

LSD: the Library of Julio Santo Domingoby Peter Watts, is housed on the 2nd Floor of Bartle Library in Special Collections. (Call Number:  NX180.S6 W38 2013 v.1-2)

The Special Collections Department is open to the public weekdays from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and by appointment.
More about the book can be found on the Special Colllections blog.
The Libraries also offers a multitude of books on the subject of Rock and Roll, including titles such as:

and many, many more – so visit us in person or online  . . .

Also worth visiting the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on Facebook
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 Photo taken Friday, September 1, 1995. (Mike Levy/The Plain Dealer)

And MORE than worth visiting the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum’s “Rock Hall” site,  if for nothing other than to hear the epic Jimi Hendrix version of the Star Bangled Banner (just in time for National Voter Registration Day tomorrow)!

Displaying (Photo courtesy of Rock Hall site)

If Jimi’s historic musical clip captured your interest and left you with the impossible-to-ignore, irresistible urge to read up on him,  the Libraries has a number of Hendrix biographies,  including: