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Rock and roll : an introduction

Author: Michael Campbell; James Brody
Publisher: Belmont, Calif. : Thomson Schirmer, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
Summary:
The text is structured around 115 example songs as a means of illustrating the main themes of the text, which covers the roots of rock, rhythm and blues, early rock, sixties soul, folk, reggae, funk, punk, electronica, and rap in addition to the types of music more traditionally understood as rock.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Campbell; James Brody
ISBN: 9780534642952 0534642950
OCLC Number: 144763482
Notes: Recorded musical examples are available via a separately published CD set and online services.
Includes index.
Description: xx, 491 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Rock is --
1. It's only rock and roll --
Rock is --
Form in rock : the anatomy of a rock song --
Verse/chorus form --
Rhythms of rock --
Beat, rhythm, and tempo --
Rock beat and rock style --
Syncopation : "it has a good beat, and you can dance to it" --
Instrumentation of rock --
Thy rhythm section --
Voices and instruments together --
rock's approach to sound --
Melody in rock music --
Riffs and hooks --
From riff to melody --
Key elements of rock style --
Rock style and rock attitude --
pt. 2. Before rock : roots and antecedents, evolution and revolution --
2. Before rock : an evolutionary perspective --
European and African musical traditions in the new world --
Folk music from the British isles --
"Barbara Allen" --
"Old Joe Clark" --
Music of the urban middle and upper classes --
African influence --
Santería From Senegal to Mississippi --
Reconstructing a heritage : African retentions in contemporary rhythm and blues --
European versus African musical traditions --
The evolution of popular music , from minstrelsy to modern popular song --
Minstrelsy, the first synthesis --
A new century : and new sounds --
Ragtime and its impact --
Early commercial blues styles --
Jazz --
A modern era in popular music --
Taking stock --
3. Before rock : a revolutionary perspective --
Roots of rock --
Sounds of the blues, 1929-1945 --
Country blues --
Hokum --
Boogie-Woogie --
Swing and jump bands --
Black gospel music --
Male quartets --
Female soloists --
Gospel harmony --
Country and folk music --
Country music --
Country music's first stars --
Honky Tonk --
Folk music --
Afro-Cuban music --
Mambo --
Roots of rock versus mainstream pop --
Pop music establishment --
American values in the fifties --
Mainstream popular music --
pt. 3. Becoming rock : the rock era, 1951-1964 --
4. Rhythm and blues, 1951-1959 --
Emergence of rhythm and blues --
Black social and economic issues in the Fifties --
The media revolution --
Crossover appeal --
The range of rhythm and blues --
Heavy rhythms : big-beat rhythm and blues --
The rhythms of up-tempo rhythm and blues --
The sound of up-tempo Fifties R&B : hard shuffles and honking saxophones --
The sound of up-tempo Fifties R&B : backbeats, blues, and sex --
Rhythm and blues, rock and roll, and the beat --
Blues in the fifties --
Electrifying the blues --
The sound of electric blues --
Electric blues' legacy of rock --
Latin tinge --
New Orleans and Latin influence --
The Bo Diddley beat --
Latin music and R&B --
Gospel and rhythm and blues : doo-wop --
Doo-wop and black singing groups --
Cover versions and commercial success --
Up-tempo doo-wop --
Slow doo-wop --
The Coasters and music production in the Fifties --
Gospel-influenced solo singing --
Sam Cooke --
Ray Charles --
Rhythm and blues and rock and roll --
5. Rock and roll --
Beginnings of rock and roll --
Alan Freed --
Rockabilly --
Bill Haley and rockabilly --
Elvis, Sam Phillips, and rockabilly --
Elvis Presley : the first rock-and-roll star --
The King of rock and roll? --
Chuck Berry : the architect of rock and roll --
"Maybellene," his first hit --
Rock rhythm and rock style --
Berry and his audience --
Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis --
Everly Brothers and Buddy Holly --
Birth, death, and resurrection of rock and roll --
Rock and roll's Hall of Fame acts --
Rock and roll : a new attitude --
6. On the roads to rock : from girl groups to garage bands to folk and surf music --
Pop, rock, and rhythm and blues in the early Sixties --
Pop versus rock and rhythm and blues --
The integration of popular music --
Twisting the night away --
"The twist" --
Girl groups, young songwriters, and celebrity producers --
Gender and race --
Songs and production --
Style and commerce --
The songs --
Redefining song : the recording as the document --
From folk to rock --
Restoring the past --
Social commentary : the legacy of Woody Guthrie --
Bob Dylan and the folk revival --
From rockabilly to rock : the music of Roy Orbison --
"Oh, pretty woman" --
Garages and cars and surf and sun --
Rock and recordings : a new mode of musical transmission --
Multitrack recording --
A garage-band triumph : "Louie Louie" --
Surf music --
Coming together : from rock and roll to rock and soul --
Common musical features of early Sixties --
pt. 4. Rock : the rock era, 1964-1977 --
7. Bob Dylan and the Beatles : making rock matter --
Dylan goes electric --
From folk to rock --
Dylan rocks --
Beatles --
The music of the Beatles --
The Beatles : impact and influence --
Rock that matters --
8. Black music in the Sixties : Motown and soul --
Motown --
The Motown formula --
The Motown sound --
Motown and Black pop --
Soul --
Black and White music in the Sixties --
Soul power --
Soul music --
Southern soul music --
Aretha Franklin --
James Brown --
Impact of black music of the Sixties --
9. Rock --
From blues to rock --
Deep blues and rock --
Hard rock in the mid-sixties --
The Kinks --
The Rolling Stones --
Power trios : rock as a soloist's music --
Blues guitar and rock --
Eric Clapton and Cream --
Jimi Hendrix --
Perfection of rock rhythm --
Heavy metal in the Seventies --
Sounds and influences --
Black Sabbath --
Sound and space, chords and power in heavy metal --
Deep Purple --
Heavy metal and early Seventies rock --
Liberation of rock and roll --
The Who --
Led Zeppelin --
Essence of rock --
Assimilating deep blues --
The maturation of rock rhythm --
a timeless music --
10. San Francisco and the diversity of rock --
Counterculture --
Hippies --
Acid rock --
Jefferson Airplane --
Down to earth : Janis Joplin and the blues --
Toward an American rock sound --
Creedence Clearwater Revival --
The Grateful Dead --
Santana and Latin rock --
Carlos Santana --
Funk and fun : Sly and the Family Stone --
The bass as a percussion instrument --
Bridging soul and funk --
Diversity, a rock-era innovation --
11. Rock as art --
Rock and art --
Classical music : music as art --
Rock as an art music --
The Classics and popular music before rock --
Rock's dark side --
The Doors : rock, sex, and death --
The Velvet Underground : rock and drugs --
Rock as serious satire : Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention --
Rock opera : The Who --
Glam rock : rock as spectacle --
Art as artifice --
David Bowie --
Rock, art, and technology --
The tools of electronic music --
Pink Floyd --
Rock as art and art rock --
From dance floor to concert hall --
Yes --
Rock as art redux --
The impact of rock as art --
12. The singer-songwriters : rock, melody, and meaning --
The singer-songwriters --
Meaning and melody --
From ballads to blue : the deep roots of the singer-songwriters --
Recapitulating the Sixties --
Elevating the feminine --
Carole King --
Joni Mitchell --
They've got friends : the intimate world of the singer-songwriters --
James Taylor : a friend among friends --
Words, melodies, and sounds --
Pumping irony : Randy Newman --
Plumbing psyches : Paul Simon --
Singer-songwriters and rock --
Neil Young --
A new kind of popular song --
13. Black popular music in the early Seventies --
Black music : change, context, and culture --
Black issues, black voices --
Accentuating the positive : rhythm, mood, and message --
Reclaiming a legacy : the collective memory of the African diaspora --
The range of Black music --
Motown in the early Seventies : new acts, new attitudes --
The Jackson 5 --
Beyond Motown : the music of Marvin Gaye --
Beyond Motown : the music of Stevie Wonder --
The Philadelphia sound, and beyond --
Black films, Black music --
Soul in the Seventies --
Al Green --
Crossroads : the blues in Black and White --
The continuing evolution of Black music --
14. Mainstream rock in the Seventies --
The business of rock --
Media and money --
Portable tapes : cassettes and eight-track tapes --
Rock : the new mainstream --
Mainstream rock : inclusiveness, exuberance, expansiveness --
Elton John --
Queen : the champions of camp? --
From country to city --
The Eagles and the rise of country rock --
Fleetwood Mac : old troubles for new women --
Jazzing up the rock mainstream --
Chicago : a rock band with horns (and jazz chops) --
Steely Dan : the pursuit of studio perfection --
The jazz renaissance of the Seventies --
The future of rock and roll --
Bruce Springsteen and the rebirth of important rock --
Aerosmith : bridging rock's generation gap --
Diversity --
pt. 5. Beyond rock : the rock era, 1977- --15. Reggae, funk, and disco : views from the outside --
From Ska to reggae : the evolution of rock-era Jamaican music --
Jimmy Cliff and reggae as protest music --
Topical tropical music : reggae and music with a message --
Bob Marley --
Reggae as an international music --
George Clinton and funk --
Earth, Wind & Fire : a Black music synthesis --
Donna Summer : the Queen of disco --
The Village People : disco out of the closet --
Dance fads and the influence of disco --
Disco and Twentieth-Century dance fads --
Moving beyond rock --
16. Punk and its aftermath --
The punk movement --
The roots of punk --
The power of punk --
Saturated rock rhythm --
The Ramones --
The Sex Pistols --
New Wave --
The Talking Heads --
Elvis Costello --
Punk : devolution and evolution --
New wave humor --
The Clash --
The reverberations of punk --
17. Electronica and rap --
The digital revolution --
The new digital technologies --
The antecedents of electronica --
Music for dancing, places to dance --
Hearing electronica --
Electronica and dance music --
Electronica as popular music : Moby --
Forerunners of rap --
Rap and African American culture --
Grandmaster Flash : messages and techniques --
Public Enemy : rap as a political music --
Mainstreaming rap : the case of Gangsta Rap --
Beyond rock --
The new rhythmic foundation of popular music --
Rap and the "percussionization" of popular music --
Deconstructing popular song --
18. The new sound of pop in the Eighties --
MTV and music videos --
The impact of music videos --
The transformation of pop --
Michael Jackson and Madonna : redefining pop in the Eighties --
Post-punk/post-disco fusions : the music of Prince --
The maturation of Black pop --
Musical features of the new Black pop --
Tina Turner --
Luther Vandross --
The Persistence of Love --
The divas --
Christina Aguilera : "What a girl wants" --
Beyond rock : the legacy of Motown --
19. Renewing rock : rock since 1980 --
The relevance of rock --
A new pop rock : mainstreaming --
Reggae and punk --
Reggatta de Blanc : The Police --
Punk-inspired pop --
Significant rock --
Springsteen in the Eighties --
U2 --
Significant-sounding rock --
Extreme virtuosity : heavy metal after 1980 --
The revival of heavy metal --
Metallica --
Renewing rock and roll --
Neo-traditional trends of the Eighties --
The Dave Matthews Band --
Reinvigorating rock --
20. Alternatives --
The alternative movement --
The alternative ecosystem --
Alternative, a neo-traditional trend --
The transformation of the recording industry --Music and personal computer --
The Internet --
Consolidation of the majors and the rise of indies --
From punk to alternative --
Early alternative --
Beyond punk : infusions of funk and metal --
Women's voices --
Alienation --
Generation X --
Grunge --
Industrial rock --
The new art rock of the Nineties --
Alienation and fragmentation --
The persistence of punk --
Enhancing punk --
Pop punk --
Alternatives --
Rock in the Twenty-First Century : issues and opportunities.
Responsibility: Michael Campbell with James Brody.
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<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1099204> # Rock music
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Rock music"@en ;
    .

<http://id.worldcat.org/fast/1099238> # Rock musicians
    a schema:Intangible ;
   schema:name "Rock musicians"@en ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/36164401> # Michael Campbell
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:birthDate "1945" ;
   schema:familyName "Campbell" ;
   schema:givenName "Michael" ;
   schema:name "Michael Campbell" ;
    .

<http://viaf.org/viaf/43306485> # James Brody
    a schema:Person ;
   schema:familyName "Brody" ;
   schema:givenName "James" ;
   schema:name "James Brody" ;
    .

<http://worldcat.org/isbn/9780534642952>
    a schema:ProductModel ;
   schema:isbn "0534642950" ;
   schema:isbn "9780534642952" ;
    .


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