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REVEL™ for Rockin' Out: Popular Music In the U.S.A. analyzes the music and business of rock ‘n’ roll. Covering topics such as the rise of television idols, the proliferation of alternative sounds, and the influence of digital production techniques, this comprehensive, introductory text takes readers from the invention of the phonograph to the promise of the Internet. Joining longtime author Reebee Garofalo for the Sixth Edition, co-author Steve Waksman — professor at Smith College and heavily published rock scholar — has thoroughly revised each chapter to include new research and more current literature.
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Table of contents
Introduction: Definitions, Themes, and Issues
1. Constructing Tin Pan Alley: From Minstrelsy to Mass Culture
2. Blues, Jazz, and Country: The Segregation of Popular Music
3. “Good Rockin’ Tonight”: The Rise of Rhythm and Blues
4. Crossing Cultures: The Eruption of Rock ‘n’ Roll
5. The Empire Strikes Back: The Reaction to Rock ‘n’ Roll
6. Popular Music and Political Culture: The Sixties
7. Music Versus Markets: The Fragmentation of Pop
8. Punk and Disco: The Poles of Pop
9. Are We the World?: Music Videos, Superstars, and Mega-Events
10. Rap and Metal: The Voices of Youth Culture
11. Repackaging Pop: The Changing Mainstream
12. Changing Channels: Music and Media in the New Millennium
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Published by Pearson (August 3rd 2016) - Copyright © 2017