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Rockin' in Time: A Social History of Rock and Roll, First Canadian Edition, 1st edition

  • David Szatmary
  • Lynsay Ripley

Published by Pearson Canada (January 1st 2014) - Copyright © 2015

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David Szatmary and Lynsay Ripley's Rockin' in Time: A Social History of Rock-and-Roll, First Canadian Edition explores the history of rock music within broad social and cultural settings, and its impact on society, with an emphasis on Canada. The text highlights the role that specific Canadian artists, songs, venues and issues have played in the social history of rock-and-roll within and beyond Canada’s borders. Among the many Canadian artists discussed in this context are Ronnie Hawkins, The Guess Who, Ashley MacIsaac and Broken Social Scene.

Table of contents

In this Section:
1) Brief Table of Contents
2) Full Table of Contents

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1) Brief Table of Contents:

Acknowledgements
Introduction

Chapter 1The Blues, Rock-and-Roll, and Racism
Chapter 2Elvis and Rockabilly
Chapter 3The Teen Market: From Bandstand to Girl Groups
Chapter 4Surfboards and Hot Rods: California, Here We Come
Chapter 5The New Frontier
Chapter 6Motown: The Sound of Integration
Chapter 7The British Invasion of North America: The Beatles
Chapter 8The British Blues Invasion and Garage Rock
Chapter 9Acid Rock
Chapter 10 Fire from the Streets
Chapter 11 Guitar Heroes and Heavy Metal
Chapter 12 Escaping into the Seventies
Chapter 13The Era of Excess
Chapter 14Punk Rock and the New Generation
Chapter 15I Want My MTV
Chapter 16The Promise of Rock-and-Roll
Chapter 17Back to the Future: The Rave Revolution
Chapter 18The Generation X Blues
Chapter 19Post-Grunge Party
Chapter 20The Hip-Hop Nation
Chapter 21Metal Gumbo: Rockin’ in the Twenty-First Century
Chapter 22 Life During Wartime
Chapter 23Age of the Internet

References
Index

2) Full Table of Contents:

Acknowledgements
Introduction

Chapter 1The Blues, Rock-and-Roll, and Racism
The Birth of the Blues
From the Rural South to the Urban North
Muddy Waters and Chicago R&B
The Wolf
Bo Diddley and Other Chess Discoveries
Modern Records: B. B. King, Elmore James, and John Lee Hooker
Other Independents
The R&B Market
From R&B to Rock-and-Roll: Little Richard and Chuck Berry
Social Change and Rock-and-Roll
Racist Backlash
The Music Industry versus Rock-and-Roll
The Blanching of Rock
The Story of Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup

Chapter 2Elvis and Rockabilly
Rockabilly Roots
The Rockabilly Sound
Sun Records and Elvis
“The Killer”
“Blue Suede Shoes”
Johnny Cash
The Sun Rockabilly Stable
The Decca Challenge
Rockabilly Sweeps the Nation
Rompin’ Ronnie Hawkins
The Selling of Elvis Presley
Reactions Against the Presley Mania
Elvis Goes to Hollywood

Chapter 3The Teen Market: From Bandstand to Girl Groups
Lost Idols
The Booming Teen Market
Dick Clark and American Bandstand
Clark’s Creations
The Payola Investigation
Don Kirshner Takes Charge
The Sounds on the Streets
The Girl Groups
The Dream

Chapter 4Surfboards and Hot Rods: California, Here We Come
Surfing U.S.A.
The Sound of the Surf
The Beach Boys
Jan and Dean
Drag City

Chapter 5The New Frontier
Songs of Protest
The Folk Revival
Civil Rights in a New Frontier
Bob Dylan: The Music of Protest
Joan Baez
The Singer-Activists
Dylan’s Disenchantment
Folk Rock

Chapter 6Motown: The Sound of Integration
Motown: The Early Years
Civil Rights in the Great Society
The Sound of Integration
The Supremes on the Assembly Line
The Motown Stable

Chapter 7The British Invasion of North America: The Beatles
The Mods, the Rockers, and the Skiffle Craze
The Early Beatles
Manager Brian Epstein
The Toppermost of the Poppermost
The Beatles Invade North America
The Mersey Beat
The Guess Who
The Monkees

Chapter 8The British Blues Invasion and Garage Rock
British Blues and the Rolling Stones
The Stones Turn Raunchy
Success
The Who
The British Blues Onslaught
American Garage Rock

Chapter 9Acid Rock
The Beats
The Reemergence of the Beats: The New York Connection
The Haight-Ashbury Scene
The Hippie Culture
Acid Rock: The Trip Begins
Rock-and-Roll Revolution
Counterculture in Canada
Psychedelic London
The Decline and Fall of Hippiedom

Chapter 10 Fire from the Streets
Soul Music
Funk
Black Soul in White America
Chapter 11 Guitar Heroes and Heavy Metal
Campus Unrest
Guitar Rage of Metal Pioneers
Heavy-Metal Thunder
Woodstock and the End of an Era

Chapter 12Escaping into the Seventies
The CRTC and Canadian Content Regulations
Miles Ahead
Progressive Rock
Back to the Country
Seventies Folk

Chapter 13The Era of Excess
The “Me” Decade
Elton John
Heavy-Metal Theatre
Art Pop in the Arena
Funk from Outer Space
Disco
CorporateRock

Chapter 14Punk Rock and the New Generation
New York Punk
Canadian Punk
The Sex Pistols and British Punk
The British Punk Legion
Rock Against Racism
The Independent Labels
Right-Wing Reaction
The Decline of British Punk
Postpunk Depression
The New Wave

Chapter 15I Want My MTV
MTV and the Video Age
The New Romantics
MTV Goes Electro-Pop
MTV and Michaelmania
The Jackson Legacy
Pop Goes the Metal
MuchMusic: “The Nation’s Music Station”

Chapter 16The Promise of Rock-and-Roll
Trickling Down with Ronald Reagan
The Boss
The Benefits
Children of the Sixties
Classic Rock and the Compact Disc
Country Boomers

Chapter 17Back to the Future: The Rave Revolution
House and Techno
A Rave New World
Chillin’ Out
The Dark Side of the Jungle

Chapter 18The Generation X Blues
The Hardcore Generation
Thrash Metal
Death Metal and Grindcore
The Industrial Revolution
Grunge

Chapter 19Post-Grunge Party
Britpop
Alternative
Jam Bands

Chapter 20The Hip-Hop Nation
The Old School
The Second Wave
Gangsta
Young, Gifted, and Black
New Jack Swing
The Return of Shaft

Chapter 21Metal Gumbo: Rockin’ in the Twenty-First Century
Nu-Metal Pioneers
The Rap-Rock Explosion
Nu-Metal Anthems

Chapter 22 Life During Wartime
Hot Times
Rock Against Bush
The Singer-Songwriters
Hip-Hop Pop Grows Up
Country Counter-Revolution

Chapter 23Age of the Internet
The Age of the Internet
The Download Mania
The Internet and Indie Rock
The Reinvention of the Music Industry

References
Index

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