Out of the Vinyl Deeps Ellen Willis on Rock Music

ISBN-10: 0816672830
ISBN-13: 9780816672837
Edition: 2011
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Book details

List price: $22.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Publication date: 5/1/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 272
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.078
Language: English

Ellen Willis (1941–2006) was a groundbreaking radical leftist writer and thinker whose true loves were rock music, feminism, pleasure, and freedom. She was the first pop music critic for theNew Yorkerand an editor and columnist at theVillage Voice. She wrote for numerous publications, includingRolling Stone, theNew York Times, theNation, andDissent. She was the founder of the Cultural Reporting and Criticism Program at New York University, and she published three books of essays,Beginning to See the Light,No More Nice Girls, andDon’t Think, Smile!Nona Willis Aronowitz has written about women, sex, music, technology, film, and youth culture for publications such as theNation, theNew York Observer, theVillage Voice, andSalon. She is coauthor ofGirldrive: Criss-crossing America, Redefining Feminism. Sasha Frere-Jones is a musician and writer from New York. He is a staff writer for theNew Yorkerand a member of the bands Ui and Calvinist. Daphne Carr lives and writes in New York City. She is editor of the Best Music Writing series. Evie Nagy is an associate editor atBillboard Magazine.

Foreword: Opening the Vault
Introduction: Wake-Up Call
Before the Flood: Dylan From Cheetah, 1967
The World-Class Critic
Two Soul Albums November 1968
The Who Sell July 1969
Songs of Innocence and Experience February 1970
New Morning: Dylan Revisited December 1970
Breaking the Vinyl Barrier July 1971
Morrison Live June 1972
�Elvis Presley? In Person?� July 1972
Bowie's Limitations October 1972
Frankenstein at the Waldorf November 1973
The Rolling Stones Now December 1973
The Best of '74 January 1975
Liner notes from Lou Reed's Rock and Roll Diary, 1967-1980 1980
The Velvet: Underground From Greil Marcus's Stranded, 1979
The Decade in Rock Lyrics From Village Voice, January 1980
The New Talking World War III Blues From Salon.com. October 2001
The Adoring Fan
The Big Ones February 1969
East versus West July 1971
Their Generation August 1971
Yesterday's Papers August 1972
Creedence as Therapy September 1972
Believing Bette Midler, Mostly December 1973
Dylan and Fans: Looking Back, Going On February 1974
The Sixties Child
Pop Ecumenicism May 1968
Randy Newman August 1971
George and John February 1971
Consumer Revolt September 1971
My Grand Funk Problem-and Ours February 1972
Into the Seventies, for Real December 1972
Roseland Nation October 1973
Sympathy for the Stones July 1975
Creedence Clearwater Revival From Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock 'H' Roll, 1980
Janis Joplin From Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock 'H' Roll, 1980
Selections from �Don't Turn Your Back on Love� Liner Notes to Janis, A Janis Joplin Box Set, 1993
The Feminist
But Now I'm Gonna Move October 1971
Joni Mitchell: Still Traveling March 1973
Women's Music June 1974
After the Flood April 1975
Beginning to See the Light From Village Voice, 1977
The Abyss From Village Voice, June 1979
Preface to Barbara O'Dair's Trouble Girls: The Rolling Stone Book of Women in Rock 1997
The Navigator
Newport: You Can't Go Down Home Again August 1960
The Scene, 1968 November 1960
Summer of Love in Queens July 1969
Elvis in Las Vegas August 1969
The Cultural Revolution Saved from Drowning September 1969
Stranger in a Strange Land December 1969
The Return of the Dolls January 1973
San Francisco Habitat August 1973
The Sociologist
Pop Blues April 1968
The Ordeal of Moby Grape June 1968
The Star, the Sound, and the Scene July 1968
Roots February 1969
Dylan's Anti-Surprise April 1969
Elliott Murphy's White Middle-Class Blues February 1974
Mott the Hoople: Playing the Loser's Game May 1974
Springsteen: The Wild, the Innocent, and the Street Kid Myth November 1974
The Importance of Stevie Wonder December 1974
Introduction to Beginning to See the Light: Sex, Hope, and Rock 'n' Roll 1981
Afterword: Raise Your Hand

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