It s Not Only Rock n Roll Baby

Featured artists include: Huang Yong Ping, Shen Yuan, Pascale Marthine Tayou (originally from China and Cameroon), Fiona Tan (Indonesian ChineseAustralian), Maria Thereza Alves (Brasilan), Jimmie Durham (Native American), Adel Abdessemed ...

It s Not Only Rock  n  Roll Baby

Author: Jérôme Sans

Publisher: Bom Pub

ISBN:

Page: 205

View: 200

Featured artists include: Huang Yong Ping, Shen Yuan, Pascale Marthine Tayou (originally from China and Cameroon), Fiona Tan (Indonesian ChineseAustralian), Maria Thereza Alves (Brasilan), Jimmie Durham (Native American), Adel Abdessemed (Algerian), Argelia & Allora y Calzadilla (American-Cuban).

It s Not Only Rock n Roll Iconic Musicians Reveal the Source of their Creativity

After many years of being involved in everything that went along with the rock 'n'
roll world, I decided to go to college and study psychology. After working for my
Bachelors degree, I continued with a Masters in Counselling Psychology ...

It s Not Only Rock  n  Roll   Iconic Musicians Reveal the Source of their Creativity

Author: Dr Jenny Boyd

Publisher: Kings Road Publishing

ISBN: 1782197915

Page: 300

View: 159

'I was amazed at how many people have shared an experience I though was so rare' - Eric ClaptonIn this exciting and inspiring book, 75 of the world's most iconic musicians reveal - many for the first time - their thoughts on creating music. Psychologist Jenny Boyd has probed the minds and souls of these artists and has delved into the drive to create, the importance of nurturing creativity, the role of unconscious influences and the effects of chemicals and drugs on the creative process.Music legends who contributed exclusive interviews include: ERIC CLAPTON - GEORGE HARRISON - JULIAN LENNON - JACKSON BROWNE - DAVID CROSBY - STEPHEN STILLS - GRAHAM NASH - DON HENLEY - HANK MARVIN - KEITH RICHARDS - RAVI SHANKAR - RINGO STARR - STEVE WINWOOD - MICK FLEETWOOD - STEVIE NICKS - JONI MITCHELLWith candid photographs and in-depth analysis of what makes great musicians tick, this is the ultimate book for any music fan.

CREEM

A retrospective of twenty years of rock-and-roll history as recorded by the popular genre magazine features more than 25,000 iconoclastic photographs, articles, and graphic artist illustrations, including contributions from Lester Bangs, ...

CREEM

Author: Robert Matheu

Publisher: Collins Living

ISBN:

Page: 271

View: 912

A retrospective of twenty years of rock-and-roll history as recorded by the popular genre magazine features more than 25,000 iconoclastic photographs, articles, and graphic artist illustrations, including contributions from Lester Bangs, Dave Marsh, Greil Marcus, Robert Crumb, Robert Christgau, and Cameron Crowe. 40,000 first printing.

Handbook of Children and the Media

It's not only rock and roll : Popular music in the lives of adolescents . Cresskill , NJ
: Hampton ... Rap and rock as adolescents cultural capital at school . Paper
presented at the ... leisure , and the politics of rock ' n ' roll . New York : Pantheon .

Handbook of Children and the Media

Author: Dorothy G. Singer

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9780761919551

Page: 765

View: 795

Now available in paperback the Handbook of Children and the Media is the first comprehensive analysis of the field for students, scholars, and policy makers. It brings together an interdisciplinary group of the best-known scholars from around the world to summarize the current scope of research on children and the media, suggest directions for future research, and underscore policy and practical implications. In addition to the `traditional′ media of television, film, and advertising, `new media′ such as the Internet and video games are also included. The Handbook is primarily a reference work for researchers, teachers, and students in communication, psychology, family studies, education, sociology, public policy and other related fields, but will also serve as a valuable resource for policy makers, media professionals and activists.

The 33 1 3 B sides

It's Only Rock 'n Roll is an essential B-side because the critics are partially correct
it does not belong in the same category as the Stones' best work—but it is an
outstanding record of signature rock and roll from the genre's best practitioners, ...

The 33 1 3 B sides

Author: Will Stockton

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 1501342444

Page: 264

View: 302

If given another chance to write for the series, which albums would 33 1/3 authors focus on the second time around? This anthology features compact essays from past 33 1/3 authors on albums that consume them, but about which they did not write. It explores often overlooked and underrated albums that may not have inspired their 33 1/3 books, but have played a large part in their own musical cultivation. Questions central to the essays include: How has this album influenced your worldview? How does this album intersect with your other creative and critical pursuits? How does this album index a particular moment in cultural history? In your own personal history? Why is the album perhaps under-the-radar, or a buried treasure? Why can't you stop listening to it? Bringing together 33 1/3's rich array of writers, critics, and scholars, this collection probes our taste in albums, our longing for certain tunes, and our desire to hit repeat--all while creating an expansive "must-listen" list for readers in search of unexplored musical territories.

George Harrison on George Harrison

Dr. Jenny Boyd | April–May 1988 | It's Not Only Rock 'n' Roll Like her older sister
Pattie, Jenny Boyd was a model, was married to a rock star—drummer Mick
Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac—and came of age in Swinging London at the
height of ...

George Harrison on George Harrison

Author: Ashley Kahn

Publisher: Chicago Review Press

ISBN: 1641600543

Page: 432

View: 139

George Harrison on George Harrison is an authoritative, chronologically arranged anthology of Harrison's most revealing and illuminating interviews, personal correspondence, and writings, spanning the years 1961 to 1997. Though known as "the Quiet Beatle," Harrison was arguably the most thoughtful and certainly the most outspoken of the famous four. This compendium of his words and ideas proves that point repeatedly, revealing his passion for music, his focus on spirituality, and his responsibility as a celebrity, with a sense of deep commitment and humor as well.

Rock and Roll An Introduction

The realization of this basic plan in ''It's Only Rock 'n Roll'' is more elaborate than
many, but the landmarks are still easy to locate, and the basic outline ... The beat
is at the heart of our experience not only of rock rhythm but also of rock music.

Rock and Roll  An Introduction

Author: Michael Campbell

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 0534642950

Page: 400

View: 185

ROCK AND ROLL: AN INTRODUCTION, 2nd Edition has been completely reconceived and rewritten, to take advantage of online delivery of recorded music. The discussion in this edition is even more focused on rock as music and stresses perceptive listening. This in turn permits more extensive discussion of stylistic connections and contrasts and ways in which the music reflects and shapes society and culture. An extensive and representative play list of 115 rock-era songs is discussed. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Real Punks Don t Wear Black

He said , “ I don ' t want any of you — you ' re not my girl . ” ☆ HERO OF FEAR Of
course , back in college I wasn ' t only thinking about Calvinists , I was thinking
about rock ' n ' roll , and not just the music but the term rock ' n ' roll — as in the ...

Real Punks Don t Wear Black

Author: Frank Kogan

Publisher: University of Georgia Press

ISBN: 9780820327532

Page: 347

View: 670

More than thirty years of the author's commentary on music and culture is sampled in this collection of contentious and perceptive writings that examine such diverse topics as Mariah Carey, Public Enemy, Disco, hip-hop, The New York Dolls, Europop, metal, and more. Simultaneous.

Rock n Roll

But that play is not Rock 'n' Roll. If it were, if the playwright didn't ... That's why I
named him Ferdinand. In the first draft, ... Not only that, I had met two of the other
three (as well as Havel) when I first went to Prague in 1977. Pavel Landovsky, an
 ...

Rock  n  Roll

Author: Tom Stoppard

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571301355

Page: 144

View: 707

Tom Stoppard's provocative new play spans the recent history of Czechoslovakia between the Prague Spring and the Velvet Revolution - but from the double perspective of Prague, where a rock 'n' roll band came to symbolise resistance to the regime, and the British left, represented by a Communist philosopher at Cambridge. Rock 'n' Roll premieres at The Royal Court Theatre, London, in June 2006 and is part of the 50th anniversary programme.

The Life of the Cosmos

As the universe is supposed to have been only about a million years old at the
time of decoupling, and as nothing can travel ... background radiation was rock 'n'
roll, and not only rock 'n' roll, but the same Cosmic Top Ten: The Beatles,
Madonna, Bruce Springstein, Gianna Nannini, etc. ... This may seem ridiculous,
but it is not much more ridiculous than what is actually seen: many regions which,
if we ...

The Life of the Cosmos

Author: Lee Smolin

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199839360

Page: 368

View: 988

Lee Smolin offers a new theory of the universe that is at once elegant, comprehensive, and radically different from anything proposed before. Smolin posits that a process of self organization like that of biological evolution shapes the universe, as it develops and eventually reproduces through black holes, each of which may result in a new big bang and a new universe. Natural selection may guide the appearance of the laws of physics, favoring those universes which best reproduce. The result would be a cosmology according to which life is a natural consequence of the fundamental principles on which the universe has been built, and a science that would give us a picture of the universe in which, as the author writes, "the occurrence of novelty, indeed the perpetual birth of novelty, can be understood." Smolin is one of the leading cosmologists at work today, and he writes with an expertise and force of argument that will command attention throughout the world of physics. But it is the humanity and sharp clarity of his prose that offers access for the layperson to the mind bending space at the forefront of today's physics.

All You Need is Love

IT'S ONLY ROCK 'N' ROLL for a few hours or even a few minutes when you hear
a favorite song on the radio. ... It is not salvation as many have believed,
especially as did its first generation of true believers, but it is a force that helped
to ...

All You Need is Love

Author: Pete Fornatale

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 0684845296

Page: 224

View: 855

Offers a collection of rock lyrics as a foundation for more than one hundred healing and uplifting meditations

Shifting Places

... the Photographs Alexander Streitberger. Extensions: Peter Downsbrough,
Takahiko Iimura, Michael Snow. Organized by Work in progress, Bourges (F)
2008 Film program curated by Xavier Garcia-Bardon in It's Not only Rock 'n Roll,
Baby!

Shifting Places

Author: Alexander Streitberger

Publisher: Leuven University Press

ISBN: 9058678725

Page: 188

View: 631

This book provides, for the first time, a profound insight into Peter Downsbrough's diverse and complex use of photography within his artistic work over the last 40 years.

The Rolling Stones and Philosophy

Keith clearly meant to keep rock'n'roll's primal and visceral appeal from being
contaminated by—or even co-opted by—headier, brainier sensibilities. After all,
it's only rock'n'roll. No matter how much we like it, it's not going to come to our ...

The Rolling Stones and Philosophy

Author: Luke Dick

Publisher: Open Court

ISBN: 0812697596

Page: 288

View: 345

From their commanding role in the so-called British Invasion of the early 1960s to their status as the elder statesmen (and British Knight) of rock and roll, the Stones have become more than an evanescent phenomenon in pop culture. They have become a touchstone not only for the history of our times—their performance at the Altamont Raceway marked the "end of the sixties," while their 1990 concert in Prague helped Czechoslovakia and other eastern bloc nations celebrate their newfound freedom (and satisfaction) out from under Moscow’s thumb. Because of their longevity, the music and career of the Stones—much more than The Beatles—stand as touchstones in the personal lives of even casual Stones fans. Everyone of a certain age remembers the Stones on Ed Sullivan, the death of founder Brian Jones, their favorite songs, concerts, or videos, and their stance in the classic “Beatles versus Stones” debates. In the wake of Keith Richards’s bestselling autobiography, Life (2010), many are now reliving these events and decades from the viewpoint of the band’s endearing and seemingly death-defying guitarist. The chapters in The Rolling Stones and Philosophy celebrate the Stones’ place in our lives by digging into the controversies, the symbols, and meanings the band and its songs have for so many. What might you mean (and what did Mick mean) by “sympathy for the Devil”? Did the Stones share any of the blame for the deaths at Altamont, as critic Lester Bangs charged they did in Rolling Stone magazine? What theories of ethics and personality lay behind the good-boy image of the Beatles and the bad-boy reputation the Stones acquired? If Keith Richards really had his blood replaced four separate times, does that make him a zombie? How do the Glimmer Twins help us refine our understanding of friendship? Written by a dozen philosophers and scholars who adore the Rolling Stones not only for their music, this book will become required reading for anyone seeking maximum satisfaction from "the world's greatest rock and roll band."

Rancid Aphrodisiac

Subjectivity, Desire, and Rock 'n' Roll Mickey Vallee ... Recall the surplus of
educational films that not only morally regulated women through a series of
domesticating routines, but ... the irrational fear that eventually found its way into
the jouissance of rock music (Denisoff 1983); it was the identification of Rock 'n'
roll with a ...

Rancid Aphrodisiac

Author: Mickey Vallee

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 1623560144

Page: 160

View: 801

It has been sixty years since Rock 'n' Roll exploded into the mainstream, yet we remain limited in our understanding of how its bawdy excesses absorbed into the annals of mass popularity in such a short amount of time. Mickey Vallee asks: what if the Rock 'n' Roll eruption was nothing less than postwar consumer capitalism at its very best, precisely because it was taken as its very worst? Vallee explores the emergence of Rock 'n' Roll's from an entirely new theoretical disposition in order to answer this question, drawing mainly from Lacanian cultural psychoanalysis to reveal that Rock 'n' Roll was far more conformist than we are generally led to believe; namely, that it was conformist with emerging liberal principles of freedom from the tyranny of the state. Vallee supports this proposition with detailed analyses of familiar (and not-so-familiar) characters and texts in Rock 'n' Roll to suggest that the disruption of our symbolic economy was symptomatic of a new cultural logic of economic freedom. While not denying Rock 'n' Roll's role in the pre-civil rights movement, Vallee refuses the possibility to deny that Rock 'n' Roll's symbolic efficacy ultimately coordinated a neoliberal foundation to the ideology of individualism in its rhythm, instrumentation, lyrics, and vocals, where its power was at its most effective and affective.

Ready For a Brand New Beat

But there was no controversy among the kids. They loved the songs, their sense
of mischief and especially the driving beat. The controversy came from adults.
Only adults attacked Elvis or rock 'n' roll. The controversy was only in their ...

Ready For a Brand New Beat

Author: Mark Kurlansky

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101616261

Page: 336

View: 903

Can a song change a nation? In 1964, Marvin Gaye, record producer William “Mickey” Stevenson, and Motown songwriter Ivy Jo Hunter wrote “Dancing in the Street.” The song was recorded at Motown’s Hitsville USA Studio by Martha and the Vandellas, with lead singer Martha Reeves arranging her own vocals. Released on July 31, the song was supposed to be an upbeat dance recording—a precursor to disco, and a song about the joyousness of dance. But events overtook it, and the song became one of the icons of American pop culture. The Beatles had landed in the U.S. in early 1964. By the summer, the sixties were in full swing. The summer of 1964 was the Mississippi Freedom Summer, the Berkeley Free Speech Movement, the beginning of the Vietnam War, the passage of the Civil Rights Act, and the lead-up to a dramatic election. As the country grew more radicalized in those few months, “Dancing in the Street” gained currency as an activist anthem. The song took on new meanings, multiple meanings, for many different groups that were all changing as the country changed. Told by the writer who is legendary for finding the big story in unlikely places, Ready for a Brand New Beat chronicles that extraordinary summer of 1964 and showcases the momentous role that a simple song about dancing played in history.

Before Elvis

In Before Elvis, Birnbaum daringly argues a more complicated history of rock’s evolution from a heady mix of ragtime, boogie-woogie, swing, country music, mainstream pop, and rhythm-and-blues—a melange that influenced one another along ...

Before Elvis

Author: Larry Birnbaum

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 0810886294

Page: 474

View: 695

An essential work for rock fans and scholars, Before Elvis: The Prehistory of Rock ‘n’ Roll surveys the origins of rock ’n’ roll from the minstrel era to the emergence of Bill Haley and Elvis Presley. Unlike other histories of rock, Before Elvis offers a far broader and deeper analysis of the influences on rock music. Dispelling common misconceptions, it examines rock’s origins in hokum songs and big-band boogies as well as Delta blues, detailing the embrace by white artists of African-American styles long before rock ’n’ roll appeared. This unique study ranges far and wide, highlighting not only the contributions of obscure but key precursors like Hardrock Gunter and Sam Theard but also the influence of celebrity performers like Gene Autry and Ella Fitzgerald. Too often, rock historians treat the genesis of rock ’n’ roll as a bolt from the blue, an overnight revolution provoked by the bland pop music that immediately preceded it and created through the white appropriation of music till then played only by and for black audiences. In Before Elvis, Birnbaum daringly argues a more complicated history of rock’s evolution from a heady mix of ragtime, boogie-woogie, swing, country music, mainstream pop, and rhythm-and-blues—a melange that influenced one another along the way, from the absorption of blues and boogies into jazz and pop to the integration of country and Caribbean music into rhythm-and-blues. Written in an easy style, Before Elvis presents a bold argument about rock’s origins and required reading for fans and scholars of rock ’n’ roll history.

America on Record

Rock ' n ' roll was by no means " the only revolution in the 80 - year - old history of
the American record industry ” as some ... on American society than an earlier
revolutionary form of popular music – jazz - and its effect lasted much longer .

America on Record

Author: Andre Millard

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521835152

Page: 457

View: 303

With Thomas Edison's invention of the phonograph, the beautiful music that was the preserve of the wealthy became a mass-produced consumer good, cheap enough to be available to all. In 1877 Edison dreamed that one day there would be a talking machine in every home. America on Record: A History of Recorded Sound, first published in 2006, provides a history of sound recording from the first thin sheet of tinfoil that was manipulated into retaining sound to the home recordings of rappers in the 1980s and the high-tech studios of the 1990s. This book examines the important technical developments of acoustic, electric, and digital sound reproduction while outlining the cultural impact of recorded music and movies. This second edition updates the story, describing the digital revolution of sound recording with the rise of computers, Napster, DVD, MP3, and iPod.

Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock n Roll Group

This volume features essays (and black-and-white illustrations) on everything the would-be star should know to get started, such as Sex, Drugs, Sound, Group Photo, The Van, and Manufacturing Nostalgia.

Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock  n  Roll Group

Author: Ian F. Svenonius

Publisher: Akashic Books

ISBN: 1617751499

Page: 200

View: 421

“Proscriptive how-to advice ranges over a wide number of subjects (e.g., sex, band photos, etc.) and can be seen both as skewering the cultural idolatry associated with rock and as genuine counsel. Verdict: Svenonius’s sociopolitical analysis of rock and roll is intellectually interesting, as when he posits that the genre was ‘brought about by the industrial revolution, the harnessing of electricity, and the miscegenation of various poor, exploited, and indentured cultures in the USA.’” --Library Journal "So much of the allure here is in watching Svenonius skirt absurdity. He’s always seemed delighted by the fact that the profound and the preposterous can sound awfully alike, a realization that puts him in line with an avant-garde tradition that stretches back before rock ’n’ roll crystallized this fact...Svenonius has the spirit of a long-gone punk past, but his book has more to tell us about rock’s here-and-now than about its hereafter. Neither bourgeois nor prestigious, Supernatural Strategies may be the rare book by a rock musician to retain any power or threat." --Los Angeles Review of Books "Like its author, Supernatural Strategies is part tongue-in-cheek, part deadly serious -- a satire of rock's consumerist origins but also a thoughtful treatise on what it means to devote yourself to a collective…Drawing from the wisdom of rock'n'roll’s most famous ghosts, Svenonius’ advice ranges from hilarious to cryptic to surprisingly useful." --Pitchfork "Svenonius has walked the walk. . . Even today—as the frontman of Chain & The Gang and the host of the online talk show Soft Focus—he remains cool, cryptic, and impeccably dressed, a mod magician with a trick always lurking up his tailored sleeve.” --The Onion AV Club “If 'write what you know' is one of authorship’s prime dictates, then Ian F. Svenonius seems uniquely qualified...Svenonius’ contrarian, anti-establishment rhetoric is his greatest gift...Strategies plays to these same strengths by allowing him to run roughshod riot over hallowed ground he’s already trod—and sometimes paved—more than a few times.” --Baltimore City Paper Ian F. Svenonius's experience as an iconic underground rock musician--playing in such highly influential and revolutionary outfits as The Make-Up and The Nation of Ulysses--gives him special insight on techniques for not only starting but also surviving a rock 'n' roll group. Therefore, he's written an instructional guide, which doubles as a warning device, a philosophical text, an exercise in terror, an aerobics manual, and a coloring book. This volume features essays (and black-and-white illustrations) on everything the would-be star should know to get started, such as Sex, Drugs, Sound, Group Photo, The Van, and Manufacturing Nostalgia. Supernatural Strategies will serve as an indispensable guide for a new generation just aching to boogie.

So You Want to Sing Rock n Roll

This work is not only the ideal guide to singing professionals, but the perfect reference work for voice teachers and their students, lead and back-up singers, record producers and studio engineers.

So You Want to Sing Rock  n  Roll

Author: Matthew Edwards

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1442231947

Page: 292

View: 132

Rock ‘n’ roll is a style that was born out of the great American melting pot. An outgrowth of the blues, rock 'n' roll music combines driving rhythms, powerful chords, and lyrics that communicate the human experience to audiences around the world. Although rock singing was once seen as a vulgar use of the human voice and was largely ignored by the academic community, voice teachers and singers around the world have recently taken a professional interest in learning specialized techniques for singing rock 'n' roll. So You Want to Sing Rock 'n' Roll gives readers a comprehensive guide to rock history, voice science, vocal health, audio technology, technical approaches to singing rock, and stylistic parameters for various rock subgenres. Matthew Edwards, assistant professor of voice at Shenandoah Conservatory, provides easy-to-understand explanations of technical concepts, with tips for practical application, and suggestions for listening and further reading. So You Want to Sing Rock ‘n’ Roll includes guest-authored chapters by singing voice researchers Dr. Scott McCoy and Dr. Wendy LeBorgne, as well as audio and visual examples available from the website of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. This work is not only the ideal guide to singing professionals, but the perfect reference work for voice teachers and their students, lead and back-up singers, record producers and studio engineers. The So You Want to Sing series is produced in partnership with the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Like all books in the series, So You Want to Sing Rock 'n' Roll features online supplemental material on the NATS website. Please visit www.nats.org to access style-specific exercises, audio and video files, and additional resources.

Baby Boomer Rock n Roll Fans

In discussing the important place rock 'n' roll has in the everyday lives of baby
boomers, I have in fact taken the reader on a voyage across time. ... Baby
boomers are entering the third cycle of their voyage. ... baby boomer seeks and
even achieves peace—not only with him or herself and the world, but with rock 'n'
roll itself.

Baby Boomer Rock  n  Roll Fans

Author: Joseph A. Kotarba

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 0810884836

Page: 143

View: 831

Based on 18 years of sociological research and 52 years of rock 'n' roll fandom, Baby Boomer Rock 'n' Roll Fans: The Music Never Ends draws on data collected from participant observations and interviews with artists, fans, and producers to explore our aging rock culture through the filter of symbolic interactionist theory.