2 edition of rise and fall of rock found in the catalog.
rise and fall of rock
by Witan in Stoke-on-Trent (65 Audley Rd., Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs., ST7 2QW)
Written in English
List of sound discs, p444-454. - Includes index.
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|Pagination||484p.,(24)p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||484|
Named one of the best music books of by The Wall Street JournalAn elegy to the age of the Rock Star, featuring Chuck Berry, Elvis, Madonna, Bowie, Prince, and more, uncommon people whose lives were transformed by rock and who, in turn, shaped our cultureRecklessness, thy name is age of the rock star, like the age of the cowboy, has passed. David Hepworth is a well-known music writer in the UK and so this is an excellent overview of the rise and fall of the rock star from the 50s to the 90s. It's his theory that the old-fashioned 'rock star' figure is dying out and has been replaced by technology, and so he picks a key event from each year to show how rock culture changes during Reviews:
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It's his theory that the old-fashioned 'rock star' figure is dying out and has been replaced by technology, and so he picks a key event from each year to show how rock culture changes during that time/5().
This book examines rock stars, their rise, sometimes their falls, their behaviour, their stories, their motivations, their successes and their failures/5(). FM: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio chronicles the birth, growth, and death of free-form rock-and-roll radio through the stories of the movement’s flagship stations.
In the late sixties and early seventies–at stations like KSAN in San Francisco, WBCN in Boston, WMMR in Philadelphia, KMET in Los Angeles, WNEW, and others–disc jockeys became the gatekeepers, critics, and gurus of /5(62).
Top of the Rock is an absorbing insiders’ account of an incredible time and place in television history: the years when Must See TV—led by Cheers, Seinfeld, Friends, ER, and Law & Order—made NBC an unstoppable the story is vividly told through the words of the actors, writers, producers, creators, and network executives who helped the Peacock rise to its greatest /5().
Uncommon People: The Rise and Fall of the Rock Stars by David Hepworth is a Transworld Digital publication. A nostalgic, historical homage to the innovators, artists, writers, performers, and musicianship that created the great rock star mystique.4/5.
FM: THE RISE AND FALL OF ROCK RADIO. This is a misleading book. From the title one would expect an overview of FM radio as a national phenomenon. That anyway is what I hoped for. Instead it is a semi-autobiographical account of Dick Neer's adventures in New York and the different stations he worked /5.
Weigel presents about as efficient a summary of progressive rock's rise and fall as any objective reader could endure -- presenting a entertaining education on its development and history without delving too far into a morass of minutiae that would discourage anyone not all that interested in the genre to continue reading it/5().
So I was eager to read Top of The Rock: Inside the Rise and Fall of Must See TV, NBC entertainment president Warren Littlefield's memoir of his days building the network's iconic s Thursday night schedule, which included hits like Seinfeld, Frasier, and ER.
Unfortunately, the book was a disappointment/5. Carter Alan has done a brilliant job of documenting the “rise and fall” of WBCN, chock full of amazing interviews, anecdotes, and rare archival photos.
And it will of course appeal to listeners of various eras of the station, in my case the late ‘70s, ‘80s, ‘90s, and ‘s: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: The rise & fall of rock.
Includes index. Description: pages, 24 unnumbered pages of. That critical contempt of prog rock as a bloated, pompous genre was one thing that prompted David Weigel to write his new book The Show That. J • Critic Lester Bangs once declared progressive rock "musical sterility at its pinnacle." David Weigel, author of The Show That Never Ends: The Rise And Fall Of Prog Rock, begs to.
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A behind-the-scenes journey through the rise and demise of the '70s and '80s classic rock eraBefore disco, punk, hair metal, rap, and eventually grunge took it all away, the music scene in Los Angeles was dominated by rock 'n' roll.
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FM: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio chronicles the birth, growth, and death of free-form rock-and-roll radio .Get this from a library! FM: the rise and fall of rock radio. [Richard Neer] -- "Chronicles the birth, growth, and death of free-form rock-and-roll radio through the stories of the movement's flagship stations."- .