Armadillo World Headquarters - A Memoir by Eddie Wilson and Jesse Sublett

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Armadillo World Headquarters - A Memoir by Eddie Wilson and Jesse Sublett

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In this rollicking memoir, Threadgill's Proprietor Eddie Wilson tells the behind-the- scenes story of the Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin's legendary 1970s music venue, from the moment he first peered into a derelict National Guard armory building and knew that destiny had found him.  He vividly describes how two previously clashing groups - rednecks and hippies- came together at the Armadillo, enjoying a new blend of country music  and rock that spawned a many-named movement: cosmic cowboy, progressive country, and redneck rock among others. Extensively illustrated with candid photographs and music posters, Armadillo World Headquarters recounts the story of this legendary venue as no other book can.

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