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Jason Moody writesCHIRP Radio Summer Reading List 2022: Jason Moody

From July through September, CHIRP Radio is sharing reading recommendations from its DJs and volunteers. Up next is a list from CHIRP volunteer Jason Moody.

The Nineties by Chuck Klosterman


The time has come for a comprehensive unpacking of the 90s, the decade when the phrase, “That’s just how it was, that’s just what you did,” applied to nearly everything. Klosterman does not disappoint with his insightful commentary about pop culture, tech, politics and more. I lived it as did the author, but for those who didn’t, The Nineties serves as a reliable, humorous and entertaining guide.


Small Town Talk: Bob Dylan, The Band, Van Morrison, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix and Friends in the Wild Years of Woodstock by Barney Hoskins


The story of Woodstock, New York, before, during and after the fabled fest. Includes many first hand accounts of the eccentric, famous and infamous who made the town what it was for better or for worse.


You Are Beautiful and You Are Alone: The Biography of Nico - Jennifer Otter Bikerdike


Few punches are pulled in this study of a singular artist who has too often been maligned to the muse/eye candy/weirdo category. Bikerdike attempts to set the record straight with an empathetic touch.



Keep an eye out for more book recommendations coming soon!

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