Whether you know a musician or just someone who loves music, there's always a few gifts for them that they can enjoy without even having to take off their headphones.
Record Breaking Bookends From Selections from Museums of Canada: "Tune in with our fun and funky bookends made from full-length 33-rpm vinyl record albums. Handmade in Canada, they are a great way to organize your book shelves."
Drumstick Pencils From Chapters.ca: "Do you often find yourself drumming away on your office desk with a standard set of pencils? Then grab yourself our all-wood writing utensils which are half drumstick, half pencil and sold in sets of two to give your desk drum a little more authenticity."
George Harrison: Living in the Material World by Oliva Harrison and Mark Holburn From Goodreads: "Drawing on George Harrison’s personal archive of photographs, letters, diaries, and memorabilia, Olivia Harrison reveals the arc of his life, from his guitar-obsessed boyhood in Liverpool, to the astonishment of the Beatles years, to his days as an independent musician and bohemian squire. Here too is the record of Harrison’s lifelong commitment to Indian music, and his adventures as a movie producer, Traveling Wilbury, and Formula One racing fan. The book is filled with stories and reminiscences from Harrison’s friends, including Eric Clapton, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and many, many others. Among its previously unpublished riches are photographs taken by Harrison himself beginning in the mid-1960s. It is a rich tribute to a man who died far too young, but who touched the lives of millions."