Rockin' In Time, 9th edition
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Rockin' in Time: A Social History of Rock-and-Roll will help you understand the social and historical significance of rock-and-roll. Author David Szatmary weaves the major icons of rock-and-roll into a larger sociohistorical fabric, placing the music in the context of the social issues that surrounded and shaped it. This authoritative text explores topics such as the influence of rock music on the civil rights movement, demographic change and the baby boom, the development of the music business, and technological advances.
The 9th Edition contains new photos and images, as well as new material on Delta blues, fusion jazz and electronic dance music. New photos and posters help demonstrate the connections between rock-and-roll and social history.
Published by Pearson (June 11th 2021) - Copyright © 2019
Category: Types of Music
- The Birth of the Blues
- The Advent of Rock-and-Roll
- Elvis and Rockabilly
- The Teen Market: From Bandstand to Girl Groups
- Surfboards and Hot Rods: California, Here We Come
- The New Frontier of Folk
- The British Invasion of America: The Beatles
- The British Blues Invasion and Garage Rock
- Motown: The Sound of Integration
- Acid Rock
- Soul Music: Fire from the Streets
- Guitar Heroes and Heavy Metal
- The Soft Sounds: Country Rock, the Singers-Songwriters and Sweet Soul
- Rock Turns Serious: Jazz Rock and Progressive Music
- The Era of Excess
- Punk Rock
- American Hardcore
- I Want My MTV
- The Promise of Rock-and-Roll
- Country Boomers
- The Generation X Blues
- Post-Grunge Party
- The Hip-Hop Nation
- Metal Gumbo: From Rap-Rock to Nu-Metal
- The Age of the Internet
- Life in Wartime
- Country Counter-Revolution
- The Rave Revolution and Electronic Dance Music
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