This vacation season, get your pals and family who love music certainly one of these excellent file collections, books or garments. 

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Merchandise from Sweet Relief Musicians Fund

This image released by Sweet Relief shows a T-shirt, one of many music-themed merch for sale by the nonprofit Sweet Relief Musicians Fund to benefit career musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability or age-related problems. (Sweet Relief via AP)

This picture launched by Sweet Relief reveals a T-shirt, certainly one of many music-themed merch for sale by the nonprofit Sweet Relief Musicians Fund to profit profession musicians who’re struggling to make ends meet whereas going through sickness, incapacity or age-related issues. (Sweet Relief by way of AP)

The nonprofit Sweet Relief Musicians Fund supplies help to all forms of profession musicians who’re struggling to make ends meet whereas going through sickness, incapacity or age-related issues. 

One approach to assist Sweet Relief assist others is to assist your self or your family members to some cool music-themed merch, from totes, T-shirts, tank tops, caps, mugs, luggage, sweatshirts and extra. Check out their “Music Heals” and “Music Is Love” traces. Proceeds from every buy go to assist these in want.

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“Music Is History” – $30

“Music Is History” by Questlove is each very private and sweepingly grounded in the historic, certainly one of the most fascinating music-based books of the 12 months. 

The Roots’ five-time Grammy-winning producer and drummer picks one music per chapter from 1971-2001 and lets his encyclopedic thoughts fly, explaining the tune in its context, reaching again to its influences, connecting it to its influencers, and exploring popular culture and U.S. historical past. 

“Billie Eilish” – $35

How did Billie Eilish develop into Billie Eilish? You can be taught in her songs or the Apple+ doc “Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry.” But there’s additionally the a whole lot of images of her rising up in Grand Central Publishing’s “Billie Eilish.” There’s certainly one of her as an toddler in a sling worn by her father as he performs the piano, and one other of her and her brother, Finneas, trying mischievous as young children. 

“I just want you to see me and see my life, with your own eyes,” she writes in the introduction. “I want to give you a big pile of pictures that speak for themselves.” They are at the similar time deeply intimate snaps of a future Grammy-winning artist and but usually simply strange photographs of a kid rising up in what appears a loving residence.

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“A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash” – $60

This image released by Insight Editions shows "A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash," by singer-songwriter Graham Nash. (Insight Editions via AP)

This picture launched by Insight Editions reveals “A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash,” by singer-songwriter Graham Nash. (Insight Editions by way of AP)

Singer-songwriter Graham Nash has been taking pictures longer than he is been making music. His assortment of photographs over the years — “A Life in Focus: The Photography of Graham Nash,” out Nov. 30 — captures unguarded many fellow celebrities like Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Mama Cass Elliott, Twiggy and, in fact, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. 

“I’ve been a very lucky man in some very strange places,” Nash writes in the introduction. Many of the photographs have a surreal taste, some have a political vibe and a few are simply random topics he encountered on a road.

This combination of photos shows "Billy Joel - The Vinyl Collection, Vol. 1" a box set of Billy Joel's first six albums. (Columbia Records via AP)

This mixture of images reveals “Billy Joel – The Vinyl Collection, Vol. 1” a field set of Billy Joel’s first six albums. (Columbia Records by way of AP)

Billy Joel is celebrating 50 years of creating music this 12 months and he is reminding us all the way it began. “Billy Joel — The Vinyl Collection, Vol. 1” accommodates 9 LPs: His first six solo studio albums (“Cold Spring Harbor,” “Piano Man,” “Streetlife Serenade,” “Turnstiles,” “The Stranger,” “52nd Street”) together with his first live album (“Songs in the Attic”) and “Live at The Great American Music Hall — 1975,” a beforehand unreleased live performance recording out there for the first time in the field set as a double vinyl album. 

The field additionally features a 50-page booklet highlighting Joel’s early profession by archival images, his insights on his songs, and tributes from fellow musicians, artists and celebrities.

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