Mouse Tracks: The Story of Walt Disney Records . By Tim Hollis and Greg Ehrbar. Jackson: The University Press of Mississippi, 2006. 221 pp. ISBN 1 57806 848 7 (paperback); ISBN 1 57806 849 5 (cloth)

@article{Sadoff2007MouseTT,
  title={Mouse Tracks: The Story of Walt Disney Records . By Tim Hollis and Greg Ehrbar. Jackson: The University Press of Mississippi, 2006. 221 pp. ISBN 1 57806 848 7 (paperback); ISBN 1 57806 849 5 (cloth)},
  author={Ronald Sadoff},
  journal={Popular Music},
  year={2007},
  volume={26},
  pages={537 - 539}
}
  • R. Sadoff
  • Published 1 October 2007
  • History
  • Popular Music
lack of flow and cohesion across the book. Additional boxes provide information and comment that should either be in the main text or left out entirely. Inserts titled ‘Author’s opinion’ and ‘Author’s note’ make one wonder what the main body of text is meant to be! The two chapters on the history of popular music are a very odd inclusion. There are plenty of excellent texts that deal more thoroughly with these topics and the author’s comments are rather facile and simplistic. The following… Expand
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