Rock Eras : Interpretations of Music and Society, 1954-1984by Curits, Jim
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Table of Contents
|Some Principles||p. 7|
|Section I||p. 14|
|Bing, the Chairman, and the King||p. 15|
|Section II||p. 37|
|Why 1954-1964?||p. 38|
|Media Interplay and Its Implications for Youth Culture||p. 42|
|Socio-Ethnic Origins of the Performers and Entrepreneurs||p. 52|
|The Beginnings of Secularization in Black Music||p. 59|
|Cover Records||p. 65|
|Electric Guitars, Chuck Berry, and Buddy Holly||p. 70|
|The East Coast Rises Again||p. 83|
|Detroit Rises for the First Time||p. 92|
|California Rises for the First Time||p. 103|
|Section III||p. 110|
|What Happened in the Sixties?||p. 111|
|On Beatlemania||p. 136|
|Dylan's Words in Freedom||p. 148|
|High Culture as Popular Culture||p. 178|
|Sergeant Pepper||p. 191|
|Anxious Beatles||p. 200|
|Mid-Atlantic Stones||p. 207|
|But What about Am Radio?||p. 220|
|The Erotic Politicians of the Woodstock Nation||p. 227|
|A Few Good Words for the Seventies||p. 241|
|Tradition and Apple Pie||p. 250|
|The Strands of Tapestry||p. 255|
|Rock Starts to Compete with Television||p. 259|
|A New Jersey Outlaw||p. 274|
|High Culture as Popular Culture, II||p. 286|
|How the Other Half Rocks||p. 294|
|Section IV||p. 302|
|Disco, a New Beginning||p. 303|
|Punk: the Other Side of Disco||p. 315|
|Michael Jackson and MTV||p. 324|
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