A brand new book chronicling NIRVANA's numerous recording sessions is tentatively set for release in October through Helter Skelter Publishers. "Nirvana: Recording Sessions" (click here to see cover), written by British journalist Rob Jovanovic, draws on hours of new interviews with those who worked on NIRVANA's sessions, including engineers, producers, guest musicians and other collaborators. Through contact with Cobain's widow Courtney Love's management, the author has had access to recordings that have eluded the most dedicated bootleggers. The book also features a fully illustrated discography, both official and unofficial, a live history of all concert dates and highlights of cover versions played in concert but have never been recorded, plus details of radio sessions, TV appearances, etc.In other news, a new web site offering NIRVANA goodies for your mobile phone — including ringtones, polyphonic ringtones, logos, wallpapers, screensavers and more — has been launched at www.nirvanamobile.com.
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