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Rockin' Out: Popular Music in the U.s.a.

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ISBN-10: 0205956807

ISBN-13: 9780205956807

Edition: 6th 2013

Authors: Reebee Garofalo, Steven Waksman

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Emphasize the social and business sides of rock history Rockin' Out; Popular Music In America offers both a comprehensive history of rock and a clear presentation of its styles and forms. The text takes readers from minstrelsy, the invention of the phonograph, and the heyday of Tin Pan Alley to the sounds of post-9/11 culture and the promise of the internet. Reebee Garofalo and Steve Waksman offer an analysis and critique of the music itself as well as of how it is produced and marketed, including recent phenomena such as the rise of television idols, the proliferation of alternative sounds, and the influence of advances in digital production techniques. Steve Waksman, the text’s new…    
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Book details

List price: $96.00
Edition: 6th
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Pearson College Div
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 552
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.222
Language: English

In this Section:
Brief Table of Contents
Full Table of Contents
Brief Table Of Contents
Constructing Tin Pan Alley: From Minstrelsy to Mass Culture
Blues, Jazz, and Country: The Segregation of Popular Music
"Good Rockin' Tonight": The Rise of Rhythm and Blues
Crossing Cultures: The Eruption of Rock 'n' Roll
The Empire Strikes Back: The Reaction to Rock 'n' Roll
Popular Music and Political Culture: The Sixties
Music Versus Markets: The Fragmentation of Pop
Punk and Disco: The Poles of Pop
Are We the World? Music Videos, Superstars, and Mega-Events
Rap and Metal: The Voices of Youth Culture
Repackaging Pop: The Changing Mainstream
Changing Channels: Music and Media in the New Millennium
Full Table Of Contents:
Introduction: Definitions, Themes, and Issues
Into the Twentieth Century: Popular Music and Mass Culture
Rock 'n' Roll: The Birth of a New Era
Marketing and the Politics of Race, Language, and Gender
Regulating Popular Music
Constructing Tin Pan Alley: From Minstrelsy to Mass Culture
Minstrelsy: The Making of Mainstream U.S. Culture
Sheet Music, Sound Recording, and the Sounds of Music
Tin Pan Alley Creates Musical Tradition
"Alexander's Ragtime Band"
Commercial Broadcasting: A Very Private Enterprise
Blues, Jazz, and Country: The Segregation of Popular Music
Blues, Jazz, and Country: More Equal Than Separate
Race Music: The Popular Sounds of Black America
"Crazy Blues"
Hillbilly: The Music of the White Working Class
"Blue Yodel #9 (Standin' on the Corner)"
Disseminating Blues, Jazz, and Country: More Separate Than Equal
The Long Road Back for Records
"Good Rockin' Tonight": The Rise of Rhythm and Blues
The Publishers and the Broadcasters: ASCAP Versus BMI
Enter the Deejay: The Broadcasters Versus AFM
From Big Bands to Solo Singers
The Major Labels Reclaim Country Music
"Hey Good Lookin'"
The Independents Promote Rhythm and Blues
"(Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean"
Mass Technology and Popular Taste
Independent Radio: Deejays in Your Face
Crossing Cultures: The Eruption of Rock 'n' Roll
Cultural Diversity: The Roots of Rock 'n' Roll
Structural Changes in the Music Industry
Sounds of the Cities
"Tutti Frutti"
"Rock and Roll Music"
Doo Wop: The Intersection of Gospel, Jazz, and Pop
"Sh' Boom"
Latin Music Rocks
Rockabilly: The Country Strain
The Empire Strikes Back: The Reaction to Rock 'n' Roll
The Established Powers Fight Back
"Tutti Frutti"
"Schlock Rock": Enter the White Middle Class
The War on Rock 'n' Roll
Surf's Up!
"Surfin' U.S.A."
Popular Music and Political Culture: The Sixties
The Civil Rights Movement and Popular Music
"Stop! In the Name of Love"
"The Times They Are A-Changin'"
The British Invasion Occupies the Pop Charts
Breaking the Sounds of Silence: New Voices in the Music
"(I Got You) I Feel Good"
"Oye Como Va"
"A Day in the Life"
Music Versus Markets: The Fragmentation of Pop
The Music Industry: A Sound Investment
Creativity and Commerce: Rock as Art
"Roundabout"
Sweeter Soul Music
"You Make Me Feel Brand New"
Singer/Songwriters, Soft Rock, and More
"You've Got a Friend"
Women's Music: The Feminist Alternative
From Country Rock to Southern Boogie
Mad with Power: Heavy Metal
"Smoke on the Water"
All That Glitters Does Not Sell Gold
"Changes"
Punk and Disco: The Poles of Pop
Punk Versus Disco
Punk: Rock as (White) Noise
"I Don't Wanna Be Learned, I Don't Wanna Be Tamed"
"Anarchy in the U.K."
Disco: The Rhythm Without the Blues
"Last Dance"
Are We the World? Music Videos, Superstars, and Mega-Events
Early Music Television: They Want Their MTV
"Beat It"
Superstars: The Road to Economic Recovery
"Born in the U.S.A."
"Like a Virgin"
Charity Rock and Mega-Events: Who Is the World?
Rap and Metal: The Voices of Youth Culture
The Continuing History of Heavy Metal
"Jump"
"… And Justice for All"
Hip Hop, Don't Stop
"Rock Box"
"Ladies First"
Repackaging Pop: The Changing Mainstream
Meet The New Boss…Bigger Than The Old Boss
"… Baby One More Time"
From Indie Scenes To Alternative Nation
"Smells Like Teen Spirit"
Country Into Pop
The Latin Boom And Beyond
"Livin' La Vida Loca"
Black Music At The Base
"I'll Be Missing You"
Women On The Rise
"Bad Romance"
Changing Channels: Music And Media In The New Millennium
They Want Their Mp3
Popular Music, Power, And Protest After 9/11
"Courtesy Of The Red, White, And Blue (The Angry American)"
Mixing Sound, Mashing Beats
"Turn Me On"
Multimedia Stardom
The Future Of Music
"Everything In Its Right Place"