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Album artwork for I Thought I Heard You Speak: Women at Factory Records by Audrey Golden

Featuring contribution from Gillian Gilbert, Gina Birch, Cath Carroll, Penny Henry and over fifty more interviewees

Factory Records has become the stuff of legend.  The histories of the label have been told from many perspectives, from visual catalogues and memoirs to exhibitions.  Yet no in-depth history has ever been told from the perspectives of the women who were integral to Factory's cultural significance and its success.  Factory Records is truly distinctive when it comes to the ways in which women played key roles in nearly every aspect or the label and its ethos.

An oral history with far-reaching and local audiences in mind, speaking broadly to the roles women played in the late twentieth-century culture.

Audrey Golden

I Thought I Heard You Speak: Women at Factory Records

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Album artwork for I Thought I Heard You Speak: Women at Factory Records by Audrey Golden
Hardback+

£25.00

signed by the author

Signed Copy
Released 04/05/2023Catalogue Number

9781399606189signed

Audrey Golden

I Thought I Heard You Speak: Women at Factory Records

Album artwork for Album artwork for I Thought I Heard You Speak: Women at Factory Records by Audrey Golden by I Thought I Heard You Speak: Women at Factory Records - Audrey Golden
Album artwork for I Thought I Heard You Speak: Women at Factory Records by Audrey Golden
Hardback+

£25.00

signed by the author

Signed Copy
Released 04/05/2023Catalogue Number

9781399606189signed

Featuring contribution from Gillian Gilbert, Gina Birch, Cath Carroll, Penny Henry and over fifty more interviewees

Factory Records has become the stuff of legend.  The histories of the label have been told from many perspectives, from visual catalogues and memoirs to exhibitions.  Yet no in-depth history has ever been told from the perspectives of the women who were integral to Factory's cultural significance and its success.  Factory Records is truly distinctive when it comes to the ways in which women played key roles in nearly every aspect or the label and its ethos.

An oral history with far-reaching and local audiences in mind, speaking broadly to the roles women played in the late twentieth-century culture.