The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Rock History

The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Rock History

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ABC-CLIO
A landmark six-volume set that brings unprecedented depth to the understanding of rock music and the many ways it has shaped American culture.
Neil Young once said that rock and roll will never die, and indeed, rock music has played an enormous role in American culture ever since its beginnings in the 1950s. From early rock n' roll to the British Invasion, from the psychedelic era to the growth of corporate rock and the underground scene, from the video generation to the grunge and post-grunge years, rock music has been an undeniable force in both reflecting and shaping cultural trends in the United States. Each of the six volumes in this set provides both narrative chapters and helpful recommended resources for information about important performers, trends, and genres within these exciting periods in rock music history.

Publisher: Westport, CT : Greenwood Press, 2005
ISBN: 9780313329371
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9780313329388
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9780313329609
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Branch Call Number: REF 781.6609 GREEN
Characteristics: pages ; .. cm ; cm.

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