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ML3477.S73 2007
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TITLE: American popular music : from minstrelsy to MP3 / Larry Starr, Christopher Waterman.
AUTHOR: Starr, Larry.
PUBLISHED: New York : Oxford University Press, 2007.
DESCRIPTION: 96 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
EDITION: 2nd ed.
NOTES: Includes bibliographical references (p. 480-481) and index.
NOTES: Themes and streams of American popular music -- "After the ball" : popular music of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries -- "Catching as the small-pox" : social dance and jazz, 1917-1935 -- "I got rhythm" : the golden age of Tin Pan Alley song -- "St. Louis blues" : race records and hillbilly music -- "In the mood" : the swing era, 1935-1945 -- "Choo choo ch' boogie" : the postwar era, 1946-1954 -- "Rock around the clock" : rock 'n' roll, 1954-1959 -- "Good vibrations" : American pop and the British invasion, 1960s -- "Blowin' in the wind" : country, soul, urban folk, and the rise of rock, 1960s --
NOTES: The 1970s : rock music, disco, and the popular mainstream -- Outsiders' music : progressive country, reggae, punk, funk, and rap, 1970s --
SUBJECT: Popular music--United States--History and Criticism.

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