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Studs Terkel with Dave Marsh, 1989 Nov. 16.

Author: Morrissette, Jim.; Studs Terkel; Dave Marsh
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette   Visual material   Archival Material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Raw footage of Terkel with music critic Dave Marsh on WFMT, who was promoting his new book "The Heart of Rock & Soul: the 1001 Greatest Singles ever made." Terkel plays clips from Marsh's list, while Marsh explains their deep connections to society and culture. Note: while music plays, their dialogue is inaudible.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Madonna; Elvis Presley; John Hammond; Woody Guthrie; Faye Adams; Little Walter; Bo Diddley; B J Thomas; Margaret Thatcher
Material Type: Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Morrissette, Jim.; Studs Terkel; Dave Marsh
OCLC Number: 725507256
Notes: The material described in this catalog record is located in the collections of the Media Burn Independent Video Archive (Chicago, Ill.)
Cast: Studs Terkel, Dave Marsh; camera by Jim Morrissette?;
Description: 3 videocassettes (ca. 60 min.)

Abstract:

Raw footage of Terkel with music critic Dave Marsh on WFMT, who was promoting his new book "The Heart of Rock & Soul: the 1001 Greatest Singles ever made." Terkel plays clips from Marsh's list, while Marsh explains their deep connections to society and culture. Note: while music plays, their dialogue is inaudible.

Topics represented include the nature and history of rock and roll and its fusion of styles, racial and social roots of rock and roll, generation gaps in music, the country blues movement, the British Invasion, the black musical tradition and gospel, the Great Migration, Brown vs. Board of Education, the modern anti-drug movement and Margaret Thatcher. Performers and songs represented include Elvis Presley ("Mystery Train"), John Hammond, Nolan Strong and The Diablos ("The Wind"), Madonna ("Live to Tell"), Woody Guthrie, Little Walter ("Mean Old World"), Eric Burden & The Animals ("The House of the Rising Sun"), Bo Diddley, Gladys Knight and the Pips ("Midnight Train to Georgia"), Faye Adams ("Shake A Hand"), The Clash ("This is England"), and B.J. Thomas ("Rock 'n Roll Lullaby"). Terkel and Marsh play samples of the recordings during the interview. A later section of the third tape includes unrelated footage of workers in downtown Chicago who are interviewed about their predictions for the 1990s. One person predicts the fall of communism and four Chicago Bears Super Bowl titles.

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