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Turn Down The Volume is the musical biography of Alex W. Hall, a singer-songwriter from Liverpool. Upon discovering the music of The Beatles at 15 years old, Alex begins a journey through school, work, Liverpool bars, Manchester clubs, through the UK, into Europe, Australia and America, looking for more music to quench his thirst. But despite all of his successes, there is a darkness, which seems to be waiting for the right time and place to present itself to him.


About the Author

Joseph Phillips
AlexWHall Liverpool, Merseyside, England

Publish Date  September 17, 2009

Dimensions  Pocket  340 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Biographies & Memoirs

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Comments (1)


AlexWHall says

I shall comment upon my own book ... why have I been directed here, you may ask yourself, when you searched for a band you like? Well, I probably tagged them, and you can't see it, but all of those bands, Smashing Pumpkins, Blur, Radiohead, PJ Harvey, Tori Amos, Kate Bush, Jeff Buckley, etc. have been an influence on me, and they are what inspired me to write this book. Alex W. Hall is a singer-songwriter, basically with his head screwed on ... a modest self-taught guitarist who loves music. Through his love of music, he makes a career for himself, and he gains and loses enemies and friends. Behind all that is a thirst for knowledge, the will to improve, and the talent to succeed his own way.

If you like these bands, you may like this book. If you don't, this book probably isn't for you. But if you're here reading this, then it probably is for you.

posted at 06:48pm Oct 21 PST


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