Acid for the Children: A Memoir by Flea (Grand Central, Sept.) - The bassist and cofounder of the Red Hot Chili Peppers tells his story, from growing up on the streets of L.A. to forming the popular band.
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My Story by Roger Daltrey - The Who’s lead singer relates his rise to music stardom in his first memoir.
Burning Down the Haus: Punk Rock, Revolution, and the Fall of the Berlin Wall by Tim Mohr - This history looks at the role of punk music, and members of the teen subculture it spawned in East Berlin, in bringing down the Berlin Wall and the authoritarian Communist East German regime.
Let’s Go (So We Can Get Back) by Jeff Tweedy - Wilco and Uncle Tupelo member Tweedy writes about his youth in Belleville, Ill., his road to becoming an internationally known musician, and his creative process.
Berlin Book Three: City of Light by Jason Lutes - Decades in the making, the indie-favorite Berlin trilogy reaches its conclusion in this artistic observation of the end of the Weimar Republic.
Home After Dark by David Small - Small returns, following his acclaimed memoir Stitches, with a gorgeously drawn tear-jerker that “unearths an (almost) impossible tenderness,” per our starred review.
Jean Solé started in Pilote in 1971 (year of the birth of his son Julien / CDM) where he illustrated the stories of Guy Vidal, Jacques Lob and Jean-Marie Pélaprat.
A year later, he launched Jean Cyriaque, with screenwriter Jean-Pierre Dionnet.
In 1975, he joined his friend Gotlib by participating in the creation of the monthly Fluide glacial in which he later drew the series Pop and Rock and Colégram, Superdupont, or La Salle des machines. The same year, he created the famous logo on the cover of the Guide du Routard, a walker whose backpack is a globe.
In 2003, at the Angoulême festival, Jean Solé presented the five prizes awarded to young talents. The Alph'Art of the school comic returns to Jean Bastide (20 years old) for his remarkable story entitled The Balloon. At the same time, he illustrates the book devoted to the life of Frank Zappa written by Christophe Delbrouck.
He continues, sometimes, to contribute to icy fluid (mainly in the Gold Series of Fluid), for example in the "gold series", cold meats, he drew the cover.
He took over the drawing of the adventures of the 100% French hero: Superdupont, based on a screenplay by Lefred Thouron and Gotlib (Superdupont against the axis of evil).