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33 and a Third books are quite hit or miss. Because the series is so loosely defined in terms of what exactly you're getting, there's a big potential for disappointment and the book falling flat.
This one strikes a great balance between analysis of the music, history of the music makers and the author's story of why this album matters to him. All three elements are very interesting and engaging, and nothing feels superfluous. If you love this record, you'll love this book too.