A source provided by the UNLV Libraries called Refworks can help you collect and format your bibliography.
There are different types of styles for creating a bibliography. Three of the most common styles are MLA, APA, and the Chicago Manual of Style. Regardless of style, there are certain types of information you will need. The information that you should have when you prepare your bibliography include:
These are samples of how various types of materials would look in a bibliography in the Chicago/Turabian style. For more examples, see this guide: Purdue OWL - Chicago Manual of Style.
Barnard, Stephen. The Rolling Stones: Street Fighting Years. New York: BDD Illustrated Books, 1993.
Article (notice that the article title is in quotes, while the journal title is italicized)
Brennan, Matt."Down Beats and Rolling Stones: The American Jazz Press Decides to Cover Rock Music in 1967." Popular Music History 1, no. 3 (Dec. 2006): 263-83.
Hellmann, John M. "'I'm a Monkey': The Influence of the Black American Argot on the Rolling Stones." The Journal of American Folklore 86, no. 342 (Oct.-Dec. 1973): 367-73, http://www.jstor.org/stable/539360 (accessed June 10, 2010).
Rolling Stones. Beggar's Banquet." ABKCO B00006AW2J, 2002.